Buns. Lots of buns: Hijingo, London’s next-generation Bingo experience, enters The Matrix

Hijingo bingo player celebrates on stage

Shoreditch-based Hijingo, the high-tech high-energy bingo and dining experience is uploading players into its very own Matrix simulation.

Players can enjoy three The Matrix Resurrection themed games of bingo, while helping The Hijingo Oracle find the ultimate winner (aka The One).  Take the Red Pill and there’s the opportunity to win a selection of prizes too.

Devised by the team behind Bounce ping-pong and Puttshack, Hijingo is hailed as the future of Bingo. The entertainment experience combines event lighting coupled to bespoke video, music and audio effects. 3D sound and mirrored LED screens add to the sense of immersion.  

Devised by the team behind Bounce ping-pong and Puttshack, Hijingo is hailed as the future of Bingo…

Inside the Hijingo bingo venue
The Hijingo venue accomodates up to 200 players

The Hijingo venue, five minutes from London’s Liverpool Street Station, accommodates up to 200 players within an 8,000 sq. ft space.

The menu has an Asian street food twist, with bao buns, Korean fried chicken, dirty rice, kimchi and wasabi fries, and spicy Tiger Tear’s beef. Must-sips include the slushy hero drinks, craft beer and Tokyo inspired own branded gin, Hi-Gin-Go.  The Matrix brunch is priced at £45pp. 

Venture down the Hijingo rabbit hole, and you’ll enter a world of themed cocktails. From lime gins to Violette liqueurs, will you sip on Hi-Jin-Neo and become the hero of the evening or will your dark side prevail after a sip of Agent Smith? 

Two performers on stage at Hijingo
Not your usual night out at Bingo…

All packages include a welcome cocktail, a brunch main and two hours of bingo, with bottomless prosecco and beer on Sundays at 1.30pm and 4pm. 

The Hijingo Matrix simulation runs until the end of January. Looking for a different way to celebrate Valentine’s Day? Hijingo is running its bottomless brunch Galentine weekend Feb 12 – 13.

To book, head over to hijingo.com.

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