Bongo’s Bingo Christmas: The Winner Takes It All

@ Boiler Shop

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01 December 2022 - 31 December 2022

Doors Open: 6pm / Last Entry: 7:30pm / First game of bingo: 8pm

The UK’s original and defining bingo rave phenomenon has been leading the way since April 2015 and this December is pulling out every stop possible, with ABBA-inspired nights of festive bingo fun.

 

Infused with more magic than Santa’s Grotto, the shows will be stuffed like an Xmas stocking with lashings of merriment, majestic singalong music and prizes St Nicholas would approve of. The dates in Newcastle at Boiler Shop are December 1st, 2nd, 10th, 14th, 28th, 29th, 30th, 31st and tickets are on sale at www.bongosbingo.co.uk

 

Jonny Bongo says: “Christmas is my favourite time of the year and we are going national with The Winner Takes It All after launching it in Liverpool last Xmas. We are making our shows as good as we possibly can, featuring all of the usual Bongo’s Bingo antics and a big fat dollop of Xmas love from us too. Boiler Shop will be bouncing with this Christmas party date at The Winner Takes It All.”

 

The award-winning Bongo’s Bingo has reinvented what it means to go out, uniting crowds for nights of magic and mayhem and is the original and defining bingo rave experience. It’s rejuvenated a quintessentially quaint British pastime with an immersive live show featuring rave rounds, nostalgia-soaked revelry, dance-offs, audience participation and crazy prizes in a night of pure and unadulterated escapism.

 

Venue
Boiler House
20 South Street
Newcastle upon Tyne
NE1 3PE

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