Rebel Bingo

Rebel Bingo
Friday 22 January 2021
7pm - 9pm - tickets are free, book now to guarantee your space!

Experience bingo like never before! Rebel Bingo takes a completely unique twist on the concept of traditional bingo and throws DJs, stage performers and a brilliant array of top prizes and novelty prizes into the mix. But that’s not all, don’t forget the many rounds of bingo you’ll play, in addition to the totally electric atmosphere that can’t be found anywhere else.

With Covid throwing a spanner into the works, the folks at Rebel Bingo have worked miracles and bought this incredible experience to you, the people, right in the comfort of your own home. Get fully immersed in the live stream of the show, before getting stuck into some frenzied bingo, played interactively using your phone.

This activity is hosted by our events partner, Native. When clicking the above link you will need to register for a free account to attend the event.

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