London is getting a new Asian-inspired bingo hall

Bingo halls are having somewhat of a renaissance these days

Hijingo, a multi-sensory bingo experience, is coming to Shoreditch from June 24. It will combine live entertainment with stadium grade lighting, bespoke video, music and audio effects to create unparalleled drama for an audience of players.

Keeping participants on the edge of their seats, ground-breaking sonic effects will run through 3D cinema speakers while breath-taking cinematic videos run on the mirrored LED screens.

The high energy, high tech experience will provide the ultimate show, accommodating 200 players within an 8,000 sq. ft space at 40 Worship Street, just five minutes from Liverpool Street Station – not far from their competitors, Dabbers Social Bingo.

An out-of-this world food and drink offering will fuel players with street food dishes, reworked classic cocktails and local superstars, all with an Asian twist.

news london
Bingo halls are having somewhat of a renaissance these days.

NOW READ: The world famous Marugame Udon restaurant comes to London

From bao buns, dirty rice and crying tiger tears to classic burgers, players can expect generous plates of street food favourites with banging flavours. Must-sips include the slushy hero drinks, craft beer and Tokyo-nights inspired own branded gin, Hi-Gin-Go.

“We’re so excited to introduce London to the future of Bingo,” said Hijingo co-founder James Gordon. “Hijingo rewrites the rules of the traditional game. It’s fast, immersive and will get the adrenaline pumping. Hijingo is the most electrifying way to reconnect with friends and get the competition flowing again with colleagues – we can’t wait to see you there!”

Prices at Hijingo start from £11 for a single game or £16 for a full game session.

For the latest headlines from the City of London and beyond, follow City Matters on TwitterInstagram and LinkedIn.