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Bongo’s Bingo Goes XL and Back To The ‘80s

Bingo meet’s rave at the UK’s award-winning event, Bongo’s Bingo. This September they’re taking it even further and bringing two epic ‘Back To The 80s XL’ shows to Sheffield for the very first time.

Following on from their sold-out XL spectaculars in Manchester, Bongo’s Bingo’s doublewhammy of super-sized dates in Yorkshire take place at Magnaon on Friday 23rd and Saturday 24th September.



Bongo’s Bingo’s co-founder, Jonny Bongo, says: “Our two XL shows in Sheffield are going to be the biggest we have ever done in the whole of Yorkshire. This is basically Bongo’s Bingo on steroids – everything from the production to the prizes to the stage to the amount of people coming to these two dates - it’s going to be insane. Back to The 80s is the theme so we are going to have wall to wall classics and sing-a-longs all night long. Sheffield is a special place for us, the crowds are always brilliantand shows sell out months ahead. There’s this insane energythere and we really can’t wait for September – it’s going to be class.”



This is Bongo’s Bingo amped up to the absolute max for Sheffield, featuring ‘80s tunes, massive prizes and surprise guests. It’s time for everyone to rewind back to an era of constant bangers for an all night long party with fancy dress being encouraged - so get out your leg warmers, blue eyeshadow and head-to-toe neon outfits.

 

Bongo’s Bingo combines the much-loved quaint pastime of bingo with a wild live show, crazy antics and wonderful prizes which have created the most talked about night out in the country. Brace for a night full of madness and mischief. 



When: Friday 23rd and Saturday 24th September 

Where: Magna, Magna Way, Templeborough, Rotherham, S60 1FD

Tickets and info: www.bongosbingo.co.uk

Twitter and Instagram: @bongosbingo

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