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Current Closure of The London Palace
Whilst recently checking the accuracy of this page (17/06/22) we noticed a message on the Palace Bingo website which states the club is closed. The message, which we’ve pasted below, states that the Elephant & Castle shopping centre, which is the location of the hall, has been demolished!
‘Our wonderful London Palace Bingo club, previously in the heart of South London at the Elephant & Castle shopping centre is now closed. The closure was caused by the demolition of the shopping centre as part of a regeneration programme in the area.’
We will leave the content about Palace Bingo below in place for the time being.
The Palace Bingo club prides itself on being one of the biggest bingo clubs in the UK and the team is fronted by a bloke called Patrick, who has over 30 years of experience in the game. Straight away you get the feeling this is a club that’s fiercely independent and is proud to be that way.
If you fancy your chances at The London Palace, you’ll need to know how to get there. Luckily, being located in The Elephant and Castle shopping centre, within zone 1, this bingo hall is very easy to find.
If you fancy taking the tube, you can use the Bakerloo and Northern lines to get to the Elephant & Castle tube station. If you’d rather drive you can take advantage of the underground car park which is free for Palace Bingo members on evenings after 6 pm and on Sundays and Bank Holidays. There are also bus routes and train stations nearby, so you have plenty of options!
The opening hours and session times of the London Palace bingo hall are published at the top of this page, but before making a trip, we suggest you double-check these times against the times published on the bingo hall’s website (a link is provided by the map).
Since it appears at present that the bingo hall is closed, we won’t mention any session times. If the hall reopens, we’ll be sure to update this section.
If you’re interested in the prices per ticket, it’s important to note that these differ day to day because of the opening hours and session times. You will find tickets ranging between £3 to £15 so it’s important to look out for promotional days if you want to get the most for your money.
Following the bingo hall’s Facebook page should be a good way of keeping up with what’s on offer.
The London Palace bingo hall is one of the biggest in the country with space for over 2,000 players, their website states that the space is equivalent to the size of Wembley Stadiums football pitch! That must be quite a sight!
As with most of the big bingo halls, Palace has great options for you to grab a bite to eat and to sit back and relax with a couple of bevvies. If you ever tire of the bingo, you’ll also find a selection of slot machines, if those take your fancy.
Membership of this bingo club is free so all you need to worry about is buying your tickets. You can join online if you’d rather be set up before you go.
If you have any updates on what is going on with the London Palace club, I.e. Is it going to reopen, please get in touch.