Fringe Review: Bogan Bingo 2020 - A brand new daze • Glam Adelaide

Fringe Review: Bogan Bingo 2020 – A brand new daze

Just when you thought millennial hipsters had taken over the world, the Rob Roy Hotel stepped in to host and celebrate the greatest stereotype in the world.

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Presented by Bogan Bingo Entertainment
Reviewed 15 February 2020

Just when you thought millennial hipsters had taken over the world, the Rob Roy Hotel stepped in to host and celebrate the greatest stereotype in the world. Bogan Bingo 2020 – A brand new daze, encourages us to wear our favourite flannel shirt and let our mullets shine, while we rock out to some Gunners and knock back a few tinnies. Now youse guys, this ain’t your usual bingo at the local RSL where 85 year old nannas are all serious like, this is Bogan Bingo where our G Bangers are above our jeans with pride and we’re yelling fkn come on when we are one number away from Bingo.

The number phrases celebrate true bogan culture with some rippers like 69 a Champion’s breakfast or dinner for two with a hairy view and  more total corkers that will have you laughing so hard your sides start to ache. Best bit is they are called by an absolutely top notch bloke who is hands down a fkn fantastic host and by his side is the sexy sheila Shwanna, who is up for a good time in more ways than one. With side games and top notch prizes this is the night out you’ll be talkin’ about for years.

Now youse guys if the thought of showing off ya best flannet shirt and havin’ some West Ends with ya mates hasn’t got you excited or the opportunity to rock ya mad air guitar skills just still hasn’t convinced ya to get ya mates together and buy some tickets, then maybe this will. I fkn WON the Seafood platter youse guys, I mean congrats to the sheila who won the meat tray in round one but I mean I took round 2 out in a nail biting stand off with six other ‘we’ve only got one number lefters’. It was dead set the best night out I have had in years.

Look, there is swearing, sexual references and I mean just general bogan behaviour but if you made it through my review without being offended ya should be right mate. Millennial hipsters just keep in mind bogan’s are not politically correct and we make no apologies for it but I mean give it a go and walk on the wild side.

Reviewed by Tara Forbes-Godfrey

Rating out of 5: 5 Stars
You haven’t lived until you have attended Bogan Bingo 2020 – A brand new daze

Venue:  Queen Street Ballroom at Rob Roy Hotel
Season:  18th Feb-13th March (Tuesdays and Fridays) and 15th March (Saturday)
Duration: 90 mins
Tickets:  $18-$21
Bookings:  https://adelaidefringe.com.au/fringetix/bogan-bingo-2020-a-brand-new-daze-af2020

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