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FRINGEWORLD 2022 | Britingo! | 4.5 Stars

Review | Laura Money

Alright chavs and ladettes – get your velour tracksuits on, grab a hot cuppa, and get yourself down to the bingo hall because Britingo! is a baller of a time! What more could you want out of a Friday or Saturday night than a couple of Brits shouting numbers at you in a tent in Northbridge? Now, it sounds like I made that up, but that’s essentially what Britingo! is – and we love every second of it. From witty puns (number one, up ya bum!) to musical cues that absolutely hit, Britingo! is the most fun you’ll have without actually gambling and you might even pick up a prize. But let’s face it – you’re all winners being able to experience the wonderfully weird atmosphere of the show.

What can you expect out of Britingo!? A balls-to-the-wall evening of hilarity! Andrew and Amy set the rules early – and you don’t want to divert from them because one transgression means you don’t win the prize – and who wouldn’t want some English Breakfast tea bags or Irn Bru? Make no mistake, this is genuine even if Andrew struggles not to joke with every ball toss. Amy and Andrew have the best chemistry – their dance skills are slick and funny, and their banter is bang on. Andrew has the energy of a raver – absolutely wired the whole night long.

It’s a British extravaganza with jokes that Andrew and Amy double down on, like the ‘2 Become 1’ musical cue that extends to a full Spice Girls medley – it takes you out of the game momentarily and chair dancing is mandatory. So tizz yourself up, pull your hair into a Croydon facelift, and get on with a bit of Britingo! You’ll need more than a Bex and a lie down after this wild night out!

You can join in on the action until 5th February 2022. TICKETS

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The Fourth Wall acknowledges the traditional custodians of the land we engage in storytelling on – the Wadjhuk people of the Noongar nation. We pay respects to their elders past, present, and emerging.

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