Bingo Lingo is the newest breed of Bingo sweeping across the country. Expect dance-offs, the wheel of misfortune, mini-raves and embarrassing moments! The evening consists of 7 games of bingo with prizes to be won with one amazing mother of all prizes at the end!
Yes. To play Bingo you will need to purchase a Ticket. This will get you a “bingo book” with the boards of numbers you need to play Bingo Lingo.
Tickets can be purchase in advance at www.seetickets.com We also have a limited number of tickets on the door but due to the popularity of Bingo Lingo we advise buying your ticket in advance.
You will receive an e-ticket. Please print/bring this with you on the night. When you show your e-ticket on entry you will receive your Bingo Book.
Please check your junk email folder. It’s probably in there.
It’s first-come-first -serve for door tickets. We cannot predict when the door tickets will sell out by so please come down early! Doors open at 6pm.
Bingo is strictly for ages of 18+.
We aim to start the first game between this 19:30 and 20:00.
Yes. Generally we’ll have one street food trader. We cannot guarantee gluten-free/vegan/vegetarian options.
Prizes are given out on the night. Any prizes not taken are kept until the following week. If it’s not collected the prize is automatically forfeited by the winner and reclaimed by us.
Tickets are non-refundable. You can always try selling the ticket to your mates or on Facebook!
Yes. We ask that anyone not playing Bingo stays in the main bar room.
No. We will have enough tables and seats for all players. If you want to reserve a table, please see above.
It’s first come first serve for seats at tables. Don’t by shy and share tables with other people!
DEPOT, Cardiff, Williams Way, Curran Embankment, Cardiff, CF10 5DY
You can easily reach us by foot from the back of Cardiff Central train station. It’s a 5-10min walk along Penarth Road. Head towards the Big Yellow Self Storage building, and turn left down Curran Embankment and then it’s the first left and then head down Williams Way. Keep walking until you reach the end of the street and you will see the DEPOT signs on your right.
DEPOT does have parking for the Street Food Social events. It is however only a short walk from Cardiff train station and we encourage people to arrive by foot.
No mask, no entry – no exemptions. DEPOT Face Coverings Policy
At our street food and fanhub events, children are welcome up until 8pm, provided they are accompanied with an Adult at all times. Children are not allowed at Bingo Lingo.
Fridays for Bingo Lingo 6pm-11pm, and on Saturdays for Street Food Saturdays from 5pm-11pm. Where we hold seasonal and one-off events (such as Oktoberfest, Halloween, Gin-Stock etc), please see the relevant Facebook event page. Our office is open 10am-5pm Mon-Sat
We are not responsible for any belongings left at Depot, at any time.
If we find any lost property, it will be held in our lost property section in the Office, but it will still remain under the responsibility of the owner at all times.
At no time will we accept any responsibility or offer any form of compensation for items left abandoned in the venue.
Thanks for understanding, and please look after your personal belongings.
The Depot Warehouse is wheelchair friendly and has disabled access facilities. The pathways from Cardiff City centre are managed by the Council and therefore we are not responsible for access along these paths. There are drop curbs along each junction on the way here.
Email [email protected] with details about who you are, your brand, what food you cook and what makes you special! Links to your social media pages and photos showing off your food too! To trade at Depot, you need to be registered with your local council and have a food hygiene rating. Your FSMS needs to include up to date public & employers liability, fire safety procedures, gas and electric safety certificates and all other relevant documents. We will not consider you if these are not in place. We’re only looking for the best street food traders at our events. As we have a high number of enquiries, we may not be able to respond to everyone.