Bada Bingo comes to Enfield this Saturday


Grab your glowsticks and dabbers as tickets for the newest bingo-meets-rave events have now gone on sale as Bada Bingo launches with a calendar of over 50 events across the UK this autumn.

Promising a wild night out complete with confetti cannons, wacky prizes, live performers, and a few surprises, Bada has announced it will be coming to 15 towns and cities including Enfield from 17th September up until 15th January 2022. Tickets are now on sale from just £5 and are available to purchase on the Bada Bingo website

Dubbed the ‘most electrifying party bingo’ game by organisers, Bada Bingo combines a classic game of bingo with a nightclub-rave style atmosphere to promise a unique and wild night out. Everyone will be in with a chance of winning a range of crazy prizes including an inflatable dinosaur costume, a lordship title and £500 in cash.

Exclusively to Enfield, Ex-Love Islander, Marcel Sommerville, AKA Dr Love, will be using everything he learnt from being on the show and his latest long-term relationship to help one Bada raver out with their dating profile, giving their bio a makeover and sharing their top tips for bringing in the swipe rights.

Events have been announced up until January 2022 and will see Bada taking over the likes of Nottingham, Newcastle, Middlesbrough, Southampton, Bristol, Leeds, Feltham and Coventry in the first wave of events.

Each event will be hosted at an existing Buzz Bingo venue in each city where the clubs will be undergoing a bold and colourful makeover to ensure they’re Bada Bingo ready for each event.

Commenting on the launch, Andy Bright, Head of Events and Entertainment at Bada Bingo says: “Everyone loves a game of bingo but not everyone has seen bingo quite like this. With wacky prizes, live performers, sing your heart out songs and loads of strobe lights, we’re promising to bring a whole new chaos to the bingo-rave world. Prepare yourself for a night of madness and we can’t wait to host ravers ready to get their dabbers out across the UK”

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