Axe Throwing Bristol:
Billed as a new ‘competitive socialising activity’ Whistle Punks Urban Axe Throwing will give Bristolians a chance to throw axes in the city centre.
With six lanes, a pumping soundtrack, pizza and a bar, Whistle Punks aims to bring different people together in city spaces to ‘inspire’ interaction between strangers with axes.
Axe throwing sessions are 70 minutes long and take place on a lane consisting of two targets. Each lane fits up to ten players, with expert instructors working with the group throughout the session.
Co-founder of Whistle Punks, Jools Whitehorn said, “We’ve taken axe throwing out of the woodland and turned it into a side-by-side, social activity for the city. We can’t wait to open in Bristol. It’s renowned as a hotbed of creativity, collaboration and experimentation, so it makes perfect sense to test the first of our new generation of sites here. Whistle Punks promotes an antidote to the isolation of our modern lives; it breaks down barriers to create an engaging social environment in the real world as well as providing the kind of experience that people can’t wait to share online.”
Whistle Punks opens on All Saints Street on Wednesday 13 November 2019.
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