In its six month report, ending March 31, the UK-based ten-pin bowling operator, Hollywood Bowl, revealed revenues of £59.3m, an increase of 7.9 per cent from the same period last year.

Hollywood Bowl profits up 7.9%

The report also confirmed the company’s completion of two Bowlplex rebrands within the six-month period with two more planned for the second half of the year.

It also completed the refurbishment of one further Hollywood Bowl in H1 with an additional five planned for H2, two of which are already underway.

Stephen Burns, CEO of Hollywood Bowl commented: "The strength of this first half trading performance reflects the continued progress we have made in delivering against our three growth priorities – opening new centres and acquisitions, growing like for like revenue and continuing to improve our existing estate through our refurbishment and rebrand programme.

"We will continue to focus on delivering an exceptional customer experience every time, investing in our customer proposition and our centres to continue the growth of the business. This customer focus, combined with our disciplined capital and cost management, gives us confidence in delivering another year of progress, and reporting results in line with board expectations."