Cowdenbeath Premier Bingo – High Street

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  • Exterior of the Cowdenbeath Premier Bingo - High Street

Address and Contact Details:

Premier Bingo
High Street

Telephone Number: 01383 510045

Club Email:

Although we don’t know much about Premier Bingo Cowdenbeath, apart from its session times, we do know a bit about the venue’s past. It originally opened in 1912, as the Picture House, which was designed by James McKissock with seating capacity of 1,500. During the 1930s it was renamed the New Picture house after a rebuild by A.B. King. Bingo commenced sometime in the sixties or seventies although we are not sure of dates, or who the original bingo operators were.

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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: 10.30am – 10.00pm
  • Tuesday: 10.30am – 10.00pm
  • Wednesday: 10.30am – 10.00pm
  • Thursday: 10.30am – 10.00pm
  • Friday: 10.30am – 10.00pm
  • Saturday: 10.30am – 10.00pm
  • Sunday: 11.00am – 10.00pm

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 1.30pm 7.30pm
Sun N/A 1.30pm 7.30pm

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2 thoughts on “Cowdenbeath Premier Bingo – High Street

  1. What Cowdenbeath bingo lacks in decor it makes up in fantastic characters that go there every week. It’s like a comedy club and the staff are brill especially Chris “the joker” and Lisa always cleaning. Everyone’s friendly.

  2. After it was owned by A.B. King it was owned by J.B. Milne the Dundee cinema owner he tried to get permission to build a second cinema onto the back of the building in the car park area but permission was turned down on safety grounds. Shortly after this he started bingo part time then eventually it went full time.

    After J. B. Milne’s death in 1968 the cinema chain was sold to Kingsway Entertainments in 1970 who in turn eventually started selling off the bingo halls to other companies only retaining the most profitable halls some of which were kept on part time films and bingo until it got to the point that bingo was making more money than the films were and they became full time bingo halls.

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