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Bongos Bingo is something a little different from the norm, in fact, it’s bingo as you’ve never seen it before.
At Bingo Paradise, we’re used to writing about what you might call ‘regular’ bingo halls which are often, to a great extent, much as they would have been decades ago, barring some technological advancements in the way the games can be played (using electronic tablets, for example).
Bongo’s Bingo however, is frankly bonkers, it’s anything but your local Mecca Bingo. It is as the organisers say themselves, ‘the definitive bingo experience’. This crazy take on the game is something along the lines of bingo hall meets nightclub. It comes with loud music, dance-offs audience interaction, plenty of surprises and of course, BINGO!
Whilst Bongo’s is something of a wild experience, don’t be fooled into thinking it’s only for the young. Bongo’s is for all ages and aims to break down boundaries. It’s a bizarre experience where players can find themselves winning iconic prizes such as Henry Hoovers and pink unicorns. The website even mentions mobility scooters among the prizes.
If this is all news to you and in case you’re wondering whether the thing we’ve described will catch on, the answer is a resounding ‘yes’. Bongo’s is already popular, with 50 different locations around the world.
When Bongo’s Bingo comes to Manchester it’s hosted in the very centre of the city, in Alberts Hall on Peter Street. This fantastic location puts Bongo right in the centre of the nightlife alongside several bars such as The Peaky Blinders Bar, Revolution De Cuba and directly above (upstairs) Alberts Schloss (an amazing Bohemian styled party palace).
Bongo’s doesn’t have regular session times or fixed opening hours. As mentioned above this is not a regular bingo hall with fixed premises, but rather it’s something of a travelling circus that comes and goes.
The best way to know when Bongo’s is coming to a city near you is to visit their website and hit ‘Find Events’.
It’s essential to purchase your tickets before the bingo event you attend.
There is no fee to enter Bongo’s Bingo, but you will need to have purchased your tickets in advance. Tickets generally cost around £17 but we suggest you check the official website. Drinks are of course extra.
Bongo’s Bingo is noisy and in your face. Don’t come expecting a ‘normal’ bingo night, but do come expecting a wild adventure that frames bingo in a way you’ve never seen it before. Even if you decide it’s something you’ll never do again, we’re willing to bet you won’t regret it.