Corby Castle Bingo (Previously Buckingham), George Street
82 George Street
Tel: 01536 202741
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Club Opening Times
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Club Background And History
Corby Castle Bingo opened in January 2011, after Castle purchased the venue from Buckingham Bingo. A modern club, it is open seven days a week, and has refreshments available. Located in the centre of Corby, it is easily accessible via public transport, or by car.
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Your Comments On The George Street Castle Bingo
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The club at Corby was originally a bowling alley / night club and converted to bingo late 60`s early 70`s.
Rated 4/5 by R. Richmond (March 2012)
Castle Bingo was originally The Stardust Centre Social Club and was owned by The Hamblin Brothers. Originally a bowling alley, disco and small bingo hall, it was converted in approximately 1978. The bowling alley and disco were removed to make way for extra seating resulting in a 1,000 seater bingo hall. Well-known cabaret artistes or local acts would often perform after the bingo sessions had finished, or sometimes wrestling matches were held instead.
By A. Bruce (January 2015)
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