Address and Contact Details:
Telephone Number: 01945 583532
Club Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Although we don’t know much about Winners Bingo Wisbech, apart from its session times, we do know a bit about the venue’s past. Originally the venue was the Empire Theatre, which opened in 1932. The theatre opened at the height of Art Deco popularity and is apparently one of the finest examples of the style being used for cinema decor and design. Ornate plaster work, ceiling decoration, are just two of the many elements that made the venue special, and fortunately they still remain today. The cinema side of the business discontinued in the 60s, and the stage performances in 2004. Since then it has been operating solely as a bingo club.
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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: 5.00pm – 10.00pm
- Tuesday: CLOSED
- Wednesday: 5.00pm – 10.00pm
- Thursday: 11.00am – 3.30pm
- Friday: 5.00pm – 10.00pm
- Saturday: 11.00am – 10.00pm
- Sunday: 5.00pm – 10.00pm
Main Session Times
Listed below are the club’s main session times but are liable to change – confirm with the club first.
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Provided exclusively for Playing Bingo by the artist duo Henry/Bragg who photographed several UK bingo halls as part of their B.I.N.G.O project, the photos show the bingo hall in what appears to be an unaltered theatre. The stage itself has what looks like the original Art Deco motifs, although it would be hard to imagine a theatre opened in the thirties having the main player’s stage blocked off halfway across it’s depth, so perhaps there has been some alteration, otherwise it looks like the rest of the venue has barely changed. The embelishments throughout appear to be of an Egyptian style which was not uncommon, the frequent use of the triangles almost echoing Masonic symbolism. The proscenium is also interesting, as most were curved, whereas the stage is ‘framed’ in a very angular manner, a theme which is constant throughout the building, even the columns are ‘squared off’ at the top. We would love to hear from anyone who knows exactly what the design provenance of this venue was as it is has such a unique style.
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