Where: Electric Shuffle
We recently saw the opening of Flight Club around the UK - where games of darts moved firmly out of old fashioned pub territory and into the age of social media. Now the same team have opened the Electric Shuffle in Canary Wharf, this time with the aim of breathing new life into shuffleboard, a lesser known game that actually has its origins in Henry VIII's era. A traditional game involves pushing weighted pucks down a narrow table, with the aim of landing in the area that scores the most points. At Electric Shuffle things are rather more high-tech, with computerised, flat screen score boards in a neon-lit room, along with cocktails and pizza delivered straight to your games table.