What is it?
A lot of fun.
How does it work?
It works like ordinary bingo, but with music instead of numbers. The bingo cards have artists or song titles written in the squares. Lola plays the tunes, and players cross off the artists or song titles as they recognise them. The first players to complete one, two or three horizontal lines will win stunning rewards.
How long is it?
A lady never tells.
How much time does it take?
Full sessions are four rounds plus games and a break, so last about 2.5 hours in total. Bespoke events can be from 45 minutes to however long it takes until our makeup starts to run.
I want to play!
I want Jukebox Bingo at my event!
We do festivals, cultural events, birthday parties, corporate gigs, the lot. See the Hire section, drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org or you can take a look at our Facebook or Instagram for recent gigs and feedback.
Is this child-friendly?
Jukebox Bingo is a game for grown-ups – however, if your children like noisy disco music and don’t mind watching grown adults making absolute idiots of themselves on stage, they’re more than welcome to come along. We’ve had kids at our Fringe and festival events before and they seemed to be having a great time, though that could have just been the sugar.
Will it make me feel warm and fuzzy?
Some of the profits of every Jukebox Bingo gig go to a very small charity working with dispossessed children in Thailand. So far, our fans have helped the charity build a school, pay for a teacher and purchase essential classroom equipment and materials, as well as basic food and medicines for these children. If you’d like to find out more about this charity and maybe give them some pennies, here’s the link. http://allforvillages.org/education-project/