Bongo’s Bingo Invite Northerners to Celebrate St Patrick’s Day this March with 90’s Pop Sensation B*Witched

This March, the St Patrick’s Day celebrations are set to be wild with a collaboration between Bongo’s Bingo and one of the 90’s most iconic girl bands, B*Witched. The bad consisting of two twin sisters Edele and Keavy Lynch, Lindsay Armaou and Sinéad O’Carroll reached the top of the charts with ‘C’est la Vie,’Blame it on the Weather’ plus their most memorable song to date; ‘Rollercoaster.’

Fans of the regular haunts of Bongo’s Bingo will no doubt have heard of the band and recognise their songs, plus they may even know that the twins have a very famous brother – Shane from Boyzone, the popular boyband also from the 90’s.

What better way to celebrate St Patrick’s Day than a night of singing and bingo with an all-Irish line-up? You better get practicing your Irish jig if you want to be a winner in this bonkers bingo session, because guests are often dragged up onto the stage to perform in front of the crowds for additional bonuses. If you’re a little shy, best not attend as some of the prizes are X-rated. Ooo’eeerrr!

Jetting Across the Emerald Isle:

The event comes following the success of last year’s event in the North East and this year’s is set to be huge. The Irish group have booked their plane tickets to the UK ready to party the night away and if you fancy joining them, tickets are available to buy now via the Bingo’s Bingo app. Attendees can choose to attend on the 19th, 20th or 21st of March (or all three nights if you’re keen!) to witness B*Witched performing their smash-hit titles at the Boiler Shop.

You may not know this, but Paddy’s Day is the 17th this year, so the girls will be arriving late to their own party! That doesn’t seem to be having any effect on the ticket sales though. Last year, Bongo’s was hit by a Facebook scam where fake accounts were claiming to have sought-after tickets to popular events. Those looking to buy tickets at any price lost their money and never received the tickets. To eradicate this somewhat, the event organisers have created a mobile bingo app which acts as your digital ticket. Makes sense really.

The app is available on both iOS and Android app stores and guarantees you’ll never have to worry about searching through your emails for you tickets ever again.

What is Bongo’s Bingo? “We’re ‘the bingo rave phenomenon that’s sweeping the globe’ and also Time Out’s ‘Most Original Night Out’. Not to brag or anything, but you should probably check us out if you haven’t already.

We bring our bingo debauchery to over 40 venues across 8 countries, so download the app using the buttons above to find your closest show.”

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