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Bolshoi Bingo

Madame Galina The Ballerina and a handful of her hand-picked acts entertain at Volupte London. While most cabaret clubs and burlesque nights are a spectator-only sport, Galina gets the crowd going with bingo and a quiz following her raunchy show.

Expect a kookie, gobby and rip-roaring good time. Price includes show and three-course meal.

Aug 16. 7,30pm, £58
7-9 Norwich Street, Chancery Lane EC4A 1EJ
Tube | Chancery Lane


The Punch Tavern

The Punch Tavern is a beautiful 17th- century building in the heart of central London. Named after the founders of controversial Punch Magazine, as the journos were always drinking outside the building back in the 1840s, the pub is a tourist attraction in itself.

The quiz appears pricey at £10 a team, but the winners scoop all the cash. If victorious, splash out on a just-like-mum-used-to-make dinner, as The Punch has scooped numerous awards for its grub. Fancy holding your own quiz night?

The Punch rents out space for you to do just that.  There’s also poker evenings and table tennis, in case you and your mates haven’t had enough compeition.

Tues. 6.30pm, £10
99 Fleet Street, EC4Y, 1DE
Tube | Chancery Lane


Like billiards, but on a board, carom involves using a striker disk with a flick of the finger to make contact with and move lighter disks into corner pockets.

Beginners and advanced players are all welcome to get involved at Carom At Mezza. There are four full-sized boards for rotational play and the club has an area where you can play while enjoying regional Indian cookery and drinks.

Carom currently has a pop-up Indian summer garden out the back, where the game can be enjoyed.

Mon-Sat. From 5.30pm, free
100 Wardour Street, W1F 0TN
Tube | Tottenham Court Rd


London Bridge Bingo

Social-media-based bingo game played via Twitter. Divide a piece of paper into six squares and In each square write the name of a London-based Thames crossing and then post a photo of it to Twitter.

During each game day, all Thames crossings will be tweeted to @ldnbridgebingo.

Whenever you successfully mark off a crossing, again take a picture and tweet it. Like regular bingo, the winner is the first to mark off all their squares.  Slightly odd, but will make your day in the office go a bit faster.

Every Thurs/ Fri. From 9am, free
@ldnbridgebingo / #londonbridgebingo


Bonkers Bingo

Join compere and funnyman Martin Hancock, who used to play Spider in Coronation Street – if you’re a fan (and who isn’t?) you’ll recognise him.

As the name promises, it’s a high-energy, slightly-off-the wall evening, with food, drinks and cash and some silly booby prizes, of course!

Every second Wed. 7pm, free
188-190 New North Road, N1 7BJ 
Station | Essex Road


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