The O2’s Brooklyn Bowl closes

12/01/2017

Brooklyn Bowl London in The O2 has closed, three years after it opened.

Access received this statement from The O2:

“Brooklyn Bowl London is closed until further notice while The O2 Entertainment District undergoes building work for its future designer outlet village. Event organisers have been contacted to relocate or cancel scheduled shows and events while the company consults with its employees and other stakeholders. The hope is that following the completion of the building work Brooklyn Bowl London will be able to return. Those who have previously purchased tickets for future shows should contact their ticket provider to find out if the show has been relocated or cancelled, and if applicable, to arrange a direct refund.”


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