Rebel Bingo back in town

17:31 29 January 2013

Rebel Bingo

Rebel Bingo

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Rebel Bingo is back and is bringing its electrifying, raving (loony) version of the granny’s favourite to the Scala in King’s Cross.

Now well-established in Spain, Brazil, Portugal, the US and London, the simple game of bingo is transformed into a night of music, burlesque sensations and a whole load of prizes you didn’t know existed – an umbrella with lights for example.

The event had 12 sold-out shows at Village Underground in 2012 and is back with three shows in a row at the former cinema, the Scala, on March 9, 15 and 16.

March 9 is already sold out, but tickets for March 15 go on sale on Thursday (31), so get over to www.rebelbingo.com to nab one.

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