Eyes down: rave bingo ‘Bongo’s Bingo’ returns to Manchester

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Bongo’s Bingo is back in Manchester following the festive break with a weekly residency at The Albert Hall from Tuesday 17 January.

A night out at Bongo’s Bingo has to be seen to be believed. This is bingo like you’ve never seen before with rave intervals between sessions, dancing on the tables – and no bingo wings anywhere to be seen.  Organisers Jonny Bongo and Joshua Burke are promising there’s plenty more to come this year, too.

The show has been selling out throughout 2016 with lucky guests winning everything from big cash prizes to Henry hoovers and lots of amazing things in between, too.

Guests from David Hasselhoff to Fatman Scoop have taken centre stage at special events, and the team have taken the mayhem to Creamfields and Parklife.

Presiding over the evening of chaos is Jonny Bongo, a larger than life character who calls out the numbers, plays some amazing music and incites plenty of revelry.

“We are incredibly happy to be getting stuck back into Manchester again,” says co-organiser Joshua Burke. “It’s a fantastic venue and the locals are always amazing fun, we have had some incredible nights there! We all can’t wait to get back. Jonny is chomping at the bit!”

The Albert Hall 27 Peter St, M2 5QR from Tuesday 17 January.
Doors 6pm. Tickets £3 here
@BongosBingo88

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