Since late 2015, Bongo’s Bingo has been entertaining players across the UK and beyond with its madcap version of live bingo. It’s now planning to celebrate England’s “Freedom Day” on 19th July 2021 with a massive party in its hometown of Liverpool.
If you live in England and you can’t wait for life to get back to normal (or the ‘new’ normal, at least) on Monday, 19th July 2021, and you’re a fan of live entertainment, you may be interested to hear that one of the UK’s biggest live bingo party hosts is holding a one-off special on “Freedom Day”.
Bongo’s gonna party like it’s 2021
We’ve come a long way since Prince’s 1999 stormed the UK charts, and even the man himself would undoubtedly be surprised at what the world has endured over the past 18 months.
However, the lifting of restrictions and a return to semi-normality is what millions of people have been looking forward to since the first national lockdown was announced back in March 2020.
To mark England taking Step 4 in its plans to return to life before COVID-19, the popular events company, Bongo’s Bingo will be hosting its first live indoor bingo party for 16 months.
The one-off special will be held at the team’s official home – the Content warehouse in Liverpool – and its host will be Bongo’s Bingo co-founder, Jonny Bongo who is ready to entertain his guests with some much-needed fun and games.
It’s been a long road
While Bongo’s Bingo has managed to keep the (bingo) ball rolling since the pandemic hit by hosting online bingo sessions and, more recently, outdoor-based live events, holding indoor events has proved to be next-to-impossible. Jonny Bingo says that he “can’t quite believe it’s happening after all this time”, and he’s thrilled that Bongo’s Bingo will be able to fully open up in other UK venues too.
The July 19th event will also see Paul Chuckle make a special appearance. Guests are encouraged to “dance on the benches, hug your mates, go wild and PLAY BINGO”, providing that they’re comfortable in doing so.
A donation from ticket sales will also be made to the mental health charity, MIND.