Big Fang Collective has opened its sixth Golf Fang site, in Cardiff, with two more venues in legal negotiations.

The venue has launched on Mary Ann Street after a £1.5m investment, and follows a site in Sheffield for the Imbiba-backed experiential group.

It features an 18-hole golf course, combining bespoke art, theatre, cocktails and DJs.

Previously home to the city’s Rainbow Casino, it has been divided into two floors and includes pop cultural nods to the 90s rave scene, The Fast and the Furious, Peep Show, Blockbuster and Jeremy Kyle.

The venue boats an 18ft high wavy slide which transports guests from one floor of the venue to another.

Founded by Kip Piper and Daniel Bolger in 2016 inside the 25,000 square-foot Cains Brewery, the Big Fang Collective owns and operates across six cities in the UK, including Birmingham, Newcastle, Liverpool, Sheffield, and Glasgow.

Imbiba invested £5m last year to help grow the group in the UK and internationally.

Natasha Waterfield, CEO of The Big Fang Collective, said: “I am so thrilled to have opened the doors in Cardiff on behalf of The Big Fang Collective. Cardiff is an incredible city whose people have been so supportive of our opening! We have an incredible team behind this venue and can’t wait for it to be enjoyed”

Kip Piper, co-founder of The Big Fang Collective, said, “It feels amazing to finally be able to open the doors to our new Cardiff home! Cardiff is a lively and exciting city and we’ve wanted to bring Golf Fang here for a while. This venue takes our signature concept to the next level and will feature some of our most popular experiential elements and brand new sets that are guaranteed to blow guest’s minds. As a team, we’re all really proud of the space we have created and we can’t wait for the people of Cardiff to experience our vision.”