february, 2020

This is a repeating event

02feb2:00 pm4:00 pmEvent CancelledDabbers Doggie Bingo2:00 pm - 4:00 pm Dabbers Social Bingo, 18-22 HOUNDSDITCH, LONDON EC3A 7DB Event Organized By: Dabbers Social Bingo

Dabbers Doggie Bingo London


Event Details

Dabbers Doggie Bingo, where pooches take centre stage for a pawsome bingo party!

Ditzy Ritzy hosts an afternoon of bingo designed with dog-lovers and their best friends in mind. Expect special doggie bingo calls and disco balls, a chance to show off your dog’s party tricks and a host of fantastic prizes for both dogs and owners.

Dabbers Doggie Bingo Tickets are £12, get yours here (the event is sponsored by Brewdog)

Doors Open: 1.00pm  // Show Starts: 2.00pm // Bar 22 is open from 12.30pm

Event image courtesy of the event organisers.

Please see the Dabbers Doggie Bingo Policy below:

This policy concerns pet dogs; it does not apply to assistance dogs.

At selected shows, which will be clearly advertised as such, Dabbers Social Bingo permits dog owners to bring their dogs with them into the venue (one dog per adult).

It is essential that this policy does not affect the enjoyment of other customers or create hazards for them, our staff or our premises.

Should a dog become unruly or adversely affect the enjoyment of others, the Manager needs to intervene and, if necessary, request that the owner and the dog leave the premises. No refund will be offered.

Dog owners are expected to adhere to the venue rules, and these should be brought to their attention.

If there are persistent and unresolved problems, Dog-friendly Bingo will be suspended at the Manager’s discretion.

To ensure that customers who may not wish to play bingo when dogs are present are fully aware of which show they are booking, all Dog-friendly Bingo must be clearly advertised as such, both in advance and again when customers are purchasing tickets at the box office.

To protect the furniture, all owners are to be issued with a fleece blanket to cover the seat used by the dog or to use as a rug if the dog sits on the floor. When these are returned after the show, they must be laundered separately from any other washing (e.g. tea towels used in the cafe). The venue must be fully cleaned after a dog-show to remove dog hairs etc. which may affect subsequent customers.

During the shows, the venue will provide bowls of water around the premises. Dogs should not be fed in the venue, though owners may provide small treats. Owners are encouraged to take their dogs outside during the show intervals and are responsible for any waste outside of the venue. If a dog fouls inside the premises, the procedure for ‘cleaning up bodily fluids’ is to be implemented; the owner can be encouraged to assist.

The control measures as detailed in the Dog-Friendly Bingo risk assessment must be in place. If any of the controls are not in place, the shows cannot be offered until such time as they are.

While dogs are welcomed into the venue, they are not allowed designated areas around the bar or kitchen areas or any back-of-house areas.

To assist the venue in the smooth running of the show, owners must keep dogs on a lead when in the venue, not leave dogs unattended and must not tether dogs to any Dabbers Social Bingo furniture or property.


(Sunday) 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm


Dabbers Social Bingo



Dabbers Social Bingo

Future Event Times in this Repeating Event Series

5th april 2020 2:00 pm - 5th april 2020 4:00 pm

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