Bongos Bingo Newcastle – It just keeps getting better! (Ad)

*Ad – I was invited along to review Bongo’s Bingo at Newcastle’s Boiler Shop.

The start of the summer holidays and us mums certainly need an occasional night out to let our hair down. I honestly can’t recommend a night at Bongos Bingo enough! Expect mini raves with glow sticks, dance off’s, swearing and banter from the amazing trio who make the whole evening that bit wilder, a spot of karaoke and even the chance of a coco pop shower!

With prizes on offer such as a giant unicorn, a giant wacky waver, a cardboard cut out, a cow costume or even £1000 it’s got that extra excitement element of the actual bingo!

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Newcastle’s Bongo Bingo at Boiler Shop last Thursday night certainly did not disappoint! It’s always risky going back somewhere you had the BEST night out in years! But as the Lone Star song goes – I don’t know how you do what you do, I’m so in love with you ‘Bongos Bingo’ It just keeps getting better

A little video* from the evening, it’s on YouTube and the music starts from 11 seconds in, giving you a little sneak peek of what to expect.

*Warning lots of Flashing images within this video

What a hot/sweaty and a bit messy (coco pops get everywhere!!) but amazing night and a brilliant way to celebrate my friend Lauren’s birthday, one of us even won £200 by getting a house on one of the games of bingo.

Tickets for Bongos Bingos do sell out fast! So you need to look out for the release dates and keep an eye out on the Bongos Bingo website.

I have had a little look and they have some Halloween specials coming up which im sure will be a crazy night out. Fancy dress is expected for Halloween at Boiler Shop!






Ticket prices vary depending on the date with prices starting from £13 a ticket plus booking fee.

Thank you again Bongos Bingo for having us and making it another night to remember!

You can read about my first ever visit to Bongos Bingo here.


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When coming to Bongos Bingo with us travelling up from Darlington on both occasions now we decided to stay over in a hotel in Newcastle. This time we stayed at the Maldron Hotel in Newcastle city centre which was ideally located for us. As it was my childhood friend Lauren’s birthday I had emailed ahead letting them know our plans and checking in earlier, so it was lovely to be greeted with cake and wine when we arrived in our room. A great touch from the staff. The beds were amazing so comfortable! Which is very much what you need after a night at Bongos! With Aircon too, very much needed in the heatwave. The hotel is beautifully designed and just a ten-minute walk to get too Boiler Shop.

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We also pre-booked a table at Revolution Bar as it is on route to Bongos for a meal and cocktails. I had a quick google before going and managed to find a voucher deal on a cocktail and burger for only £9.


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