Corby Castle Bingo (Previously Buckingham) – George Street

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  • Exterior of the Corby Castle Bingo - George Street

Address and Contact Details:

Castle Bingo
George Street
NN17 1QE

Telephone Number: 01536 202 741

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.

Can you help us fill in more details about the Corby Castle Bingo? We’d like to know when the club opened, what it was prior to being a bingo club and any other details about its history. Was it owned by another bingo chain before its current owners took over? Was it purpose built? Was it a converted cinema? If you can answer these questions then please contact us. We would love to hear from you if you can help us with these and any other details and interesting facts about this club.

Opening Times:

The club opening hours are as follows. Please note these were correct at the time of publication, but are liable to change so please check with the club before you leave:

  • Monday: 11.00am – 11.00pm
  • Tuesday: 11.00am – 11.00pm
  • Wednesday: 11.00am – 11.00pm
  • Thursday: 11.00am – 11.00pm
  • Friday: 11.00am – 11.00pm
  • Saturday: 11.00am – 11.00pm
  • Sunday: 12.00pm – 12.00am

Main Session Times

Listed below are the club’s main session times but are liable to change – confirm with the club first.

Morning Main Afternoon Main Evening Main
Mon N/A 1.30pm 7.30pm
Tues N/A 1.30pm 7.30pm
Wed N/A 1.30pm 7.30pm
Thu N/A 1.30pm 7.30pm
Fri N/A 1.30pm 7.30pm
Sat N/A 2.00pm 7.30pm
Sun N/A 2.00pm 7.30pm

3 thoughts on “Corby Castle Bingo (Previously Buckingham) – George Street

  1. The club at Corby was originally a bowling alley / night club and converted to bingo late 60`s early 70`s.

  2. 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.

  3. Yes and you’d a miracle to win when I play with the usual 6 tickets as that’s all I’m able to afford whereas others are there say in day out playing machines and tickets with over 90 tickets what chances am I to have none it would be great if they done a pensioners night or day where only tickets can be purchased

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