NewsFour’s Black Tie Bingo

black tie bingo

We’re very excited to be holding our first Black Tie Bingo, which will be hosted by Ireland’s favourite bingo calling extraordinaire, Shirley Temple Bar (Pictured Left).
The Clanna Gael GAA Club in Ringsend will be opulently transformed for a stylish evening of glitz and glamour on Saturday November 15th.

NewsFour is part of a Community Employment scheme called Sandymount Community Services, which is a non-profit organisation supported by the Department of Social Protection through the provision of CE staff. All publishing-related costs to the paper itself are raised solely through advertising. Like so many community organisations, we have suffered cuts in funding. In an effort to make up the shortfall, we’re delighted to present a night of laughter, prizes and lavish fun for all who attend. With the support of you, our readers, and fabulous raffle donations from many generous businesses in our community, we’re sure this fundraiser will be a sparkling success.

Tickets for the night cost €30 and include one bingo book, one raffle ticket, canapés, a glass of Prosecco on arrival and live music from Mojo. All you have to do is get your glad rags on and buy a ticket from the NewsFour office before they’re all gone. There will be a raffle, prizes for the best dressed man and woman, as well as cash prizes for each bingo game.

Lynsay’s (Ringsend), D4 Hair Studio (South Lotts Road), Zeba and Jaz (Sandymount) hair salons are all showing their support by offering readers 20% off a blow dry or up style on the day on presentation of your ticket.

NCBI and Restored, two charity shops in Ringsend, will be stocking up on occasion wear leading up to the event, so now’s the time to donate those posh frocks that are languishing in the back of your wardrobe.

If you fancy a flutter at the most glamorous bingo you’ll ever attend, then get your ticket before they sell out.