Flutters Bingo Hall, Biggleswade
Everybody loves a bit of bingo!
Everyone loves a bit of bingo! And where better to have a flutter than at Flutters Bingo, Biggleswade, situated in the old cinema on Station Road.
Flutter Bingo Hall History
The premises was originally built as the Regal Cinema, which opened its doors to the public on the 27th July 1936, with comedy film star Will Hay in attendance. It seated 744 patrons, and was seen as the premiere entertainment spot in Biggleswade for many years; concerts were even regularly staged on Sunday evenings during World War II. The next thirty years saw footfall steadily decline however, and so in 1976 the cinema closed its doors for the last time. The building was taken over for use as a bingo hall, and has stayed that way ever since. It currently http://premier-pharmacy.com/product-category/mans-health// holds commemorative Brown Plaque number 11448, owing to its local historical significance.
Flutters Bingo Hall Today
Flutters took up residency in 1984, as is one of four clubs owned by the company. The main hall sits 475 patrons, and Flutters operate as a ‘traditional’ bingo hall, electing to run good old-fashioned pen and paper games, instead of the more modern electric type.
As well as the main event, Flutters also has two fully licenced bars and a buffet (which are all very reasonably priced). Parking facilities are provided on-site, with an overflow facility 100 metres away. Games typically start from 7.30pm 7 days a week, with afternoon games on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays.
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