Humans are fascinated by the idea of turning something old into something new. We see it in art, fashion, technology, and even in the movies, such as Quentin Tarantino’s latest film, Once Upon A Time In Hollywood, which is a new take on the real-life stories of celebrities like Sharon Tate and Bruce Lee. Additionally, iconic landmarks have turned into restaurants, including a KC-97 Boeing airplane in Colorado, USA, that seats 42 individuals for dinner. Other countries, including the United Kingdom, are converting beautiful buildings into new establishments like bingo halls.
Why Bingo Halls?
Bingo in the United Kingdom continues to be a fan favorite, and a driving force in its modern popularity is the sheer number of casino platforms that offer online bingo in the UK and Ireland. Most of the major platforms offer different bingo variations, including slingo. Slingo is a unique version of bingo that combines elements of slot games.
That said, the growth of the online bingo market in the UK and Ireland has inspired a resurgence in businesses turning beautiful buildings into bingo halls as they pivot towards targeting the 18-30 demographic. The recent opening of Hijingo Bingo in London, which looks more like a Tokyo-inspired nightclub with its neon-soaked aesthetic than a conventional bingo hall, demonstrated this comeback.