Better off alone? Alice DJ to play Manchester at Bongo’s Bingo in August

Nearly 20 years ago Britain bounced around to the summer tune ‘Better Off Alone’ by Dutch trance trio Alice DJ – now you can hear the group at Bongo’s Bingo in August.

It was almost impossible to listen to the radio or walk into a club without hearing the huge club classic Better Off Alone – which all started in 1999, when a group of young Dutch deejays and talented producers saw their free collaboration culminate into a project selling over one million albums and five million singles worldwide.

Now they bring their epic show to the UK for a full-on hands-in-the-air rave session at Bongo’s Bingo in the iconic Albert Hall on Saturday August 4.

Bongo’s Bingo has become a pivotal and indelible part of the cultural landscape across the UK, with further wild scenes taking place at each show in Europe, Australia and Dubai.

The Bongo’s Bingo phenomenon is a catalyst for a shift in the night life scene across the country, with many people eschewing the usual clubs, festivals and bars for an altogether different experience of bingo wildly reinvented into a whole new way of having fun, which has captured and inspired the imaginations of many.

Bongo’s Bingo mixes live music, raving and head down bingo with heckling, audience participation and hands-in-the-air anthems all night.

A wildly diverse demographic flock to Bongo’s Bingo not just for a night of incredible joy, singalongs and false calls, but something much more – for escapism, for nostalgia, for dancing on tables and also the chance to win a pink unicorn amongst many other prizes, including Henry Hoovers, boxes of Coco Pops and life-size cardboard cut outs, to big cash prizes.

Head to Albert Hall on Peter St in Manchester, M2 5QR, from 6pm for an 8pm first game time.

Tickets and info at: www.bongosbingo.co.uk

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