It's true. You're never too old to party.
So it's a good thing that Wrexham town centre is buzzing at night. Restaurants, bars, nightclubs, cinema, tenpin bowling. It's all here.
There’s something dangerously addictive about tenpin bowling. The light show, the music, the clatter of pins. And when you get a strike, you just want to hear that noise again and again.
Welcome to the razzmatazz of Tenpin at Eagles Meadow. A state-of-the-art 24-lane centre that’s bringing a little bit of America to the heart of Wrexham.
“Bowling is one of the few activities that everyone can enjoy,” says manager Vince Brown. “It’s for all ages, regardless of ability.”
And when you’ve finished? Well, catch a movie at the eight-screen Odeon right next door or enjoy a post-strike celebration at restaurants like Nando’s, Pizza Express and Frankie and Benny’s.
We wouldn’t say Wrexham never sleeps. But it stays up late enough to satisfy even the most serious party animal.
Trendy bars, leather sofas, dancer podiums, LED colour washes. Names like The Bank, Voodoo Moon, L’Etage, Ironworks and Envy trip off the tongues of Saturday night adventurers deciding where to go next.
And if you’re into live music, you’re onto a winner. Central Station and its downstairs venue Yales Café Bar offers a heady mix of gigs, club nights and comedy.
The Magic Numbers, Charlatans, The Kooks, Kasabian. They’ve all played there. Plus some very talented local bands.
You can also check out a raft of other live music venues, including the student bar at Glyndŵr University.