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The Comedy Bingo Bus Dublin

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Hop Aboard The Bingo Bus!

 

a drawing of a faceBingo is a great game for grannies right? Not any more. Hop aboard the BingoBus. Dublin’s most wackiest fun filled event!

Zoom around the capital with your dabber out and a drink in your hand on our custom built Bingo bus. Your bingo caller is a professional comedian who’ll keep you laughing as you play our ‘Sights and Frights’ of Dublin Bingo Card.

Use your powers of observation and a great deal of luck to fill in your numbers. Spot a Ginger, A guard on a Bicycle, a white pigeon and many more sights common to the streets of Dublin. If you’re lucky enough to fill a line, four corners or the elusive full house then the prizes are yours. From beer to tour tickets and novelties to goodies no one leaves the Bingo bus empty handed.

Are your staff tired of the same old boring nights out? Does the thought of yet another barbeque out the back of some bar leave you cold? Are you planning a stag or hen and don’t want to do the same old, same old? The BingoBus is the perfect event.

Contact our sales team when booking and we’ll do our best to tailor the event to your needs.

Do you want to make fun of someone? Just give the details to our sales team and they’ll pass it on to the comedian.

Embarrassing stories about the groom or simply the crazy antics of Mary from accounts. Our comedian will make sure that everyone, even Mary, leaves the bus with a smile on their face and a few prizes up their sleeves.

Everyone’s a winner on Dublin’s only Bingo Bus!

Testimonials

"It's a funny tour, I recommend!"

– Emma, France ⋅ TripAdvisor

"Best sightseeing tour I have done. I really enjoyed it!"

– Maxim, United Kingdom ⋅ GetYourGuide

"A lot of laughter, Steve is a great comedian."

– Lucie, Germany ⋅ Viator

"Fun tour, great guide! I recommend to arrive a half hour earlier to get a nice seat on the bus at the front."

– Megan P., United States ⋅ Expedia

"A fun 1 hour interactive sightseeing tour which takes place on a custom double decker."

– Claire Madden, Belfast ⋅ Facebook