Published: 11:49, 23 October 2019
| Updated: 14:32, 23 October 2019
Fancy something a little different for your weekend night out? Well look no further.
A bingo rave is coming to Rochester.
You can dab numbers while grooving to classics on the dance floor at Casino Rooms, in Blue Boar Lane.
Bongo's Bingo has toured Ibiza, Australia, Europe and will be making its Medway debut on Saturday, December 14.
The event team has turned the peaceful yet rewarding past-time into a full on party.
You'll be playing bingo but with confetti, pink unicorns and club classics in the venue's main room.
There are plenty of wacky prizes, from a Henry Hoover to a box of Coco Pops and chances to win lots of cash.
The caller/DJ will be playing music spanning all genres, so you could bring your friends or make it an (adults only) family affair.
Casino Rooms owner Aaron Stone said: "I have had my eyes on Bongo’s Bingo for a while and I have witnessed it live myself.
"I have spent a lifetime in entertainment, putting on thousands of shows, nights and events and I can honestly say that Bongo’s Bingo is one of the slickest, most professional and most fun nights out I have had.
"It is non-stop laughs, dancing, mickey taking and of course bingo. When I saw it live, I didn’t even want to go to the toilet in case I missed something.
"Tickets went on sale yesterday and are almost sold out already - it’s just crazy.
"This is bingo, but not as we know it. This is as far away from a group of lovely senior ladies wearing raincoats, drinking tea and playing bingo under fluorescent lighting, as you can possibly get.
"I contacted Bongo’s personally and said they needed to come and see Casino Rooms and that we could do an awesome job of hosting such an event.
"It has taken a very long time to get this set up. There are very large, complex and expensive technical elements to this huge production, which not many venues would be able to comply with, but we have pulled it off and it’s a go.
"We are already finding customers are booking to bring not only their friends, but their mums and in some instances, their grandmothers. It’s a family party."
Tickets are required to play bingo and you can secure your place here.
Players wishing to continue their night out will be granted free entry to the club's late night disco.
Doors open at 5.30pm and the first game starts at 7.30pm.
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