Darts is about to get seriously cool and seriously social!
Bringing something completely different to the London bar scene, Flight Club is one of London's most talked about fun-time bars. Re-imagining everything you think you know about darts!
Gone are the days of dodgy maths and writing on chalkboards, Social Darts uses real-time scoring created by an actual rocket scientist to change Britain’s favourite pastime forever. Combined with some awesome animated scoring and a slick touch screen interface. The result? A super fun and fast social experience.
Flight Club has completely blown apart the classic pub game of darts and reassembled it using ground-breaking state-of-the-art technology and exciting new game-play, while keeping the fun and tradition of the sport, to create a totally new entertainment concept; social darts. Groups of friends will be crowded around the dartboard battling it out to be victorious, irrespective of ability or experience, anyone can play and anyone can win!
Add in some cool classic cocktails, and scrumptious sharing dishes, and you get an amazing social entertainment venue like no other.
Play with friends. Play with work mates. Play a tournament. Play for fun. Play to win. Always play your way!
An oche costs £30 per hour with up to 12 people playing at once. Each oche holds up to 20 guests.
To see all upcoming events view the full event calendar.
Wed 5th Oct 2016 - Sat 23rd Sep 2017
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