Robbie Williams

Robbie Williams holds the honour of being titled the Greatest Artist of the nineties, along with churning out number 1 hits, he also loves to indulge in bingo games –  often for a very good cause.  Find out more about Robbie Williams and what sort of Bingo he likes to play.

Robbie Williams Bingo

LISBON, PORTUGAL - NOVEMBER 03: (UK TABLOID NEWSPAPERS OUT) Singer Robbie Williams performs on stage at the 12th annual MTV Europe Music Awards 2005 at the Atlantic Pavilion on November 3, 2005 in Lisbon, Portugal. (Photo by Dave Hogan/Getty Images for MTV)The type of Bingo game Robbie Williams and his fans enjoy playing in the UK is a 90 Ball game.

90 Ball Bingo tickets are the special cards used to play the game. As the name implies, these cards have five out of a possible 90 numbers.

  • Bingo tickets have three rows containing nine squares. Each ticket has randomly selected numbers from one to 90, which are in no particular order. There are no letters, and only five squares in the row contain numbers, the others are left blank.
  • Bingo wins are determined on the number of lines won. Players can either win one line, two lines or ‘Full House’ (all three lines).
  • 90 Ball games are usually played in sessions, and players buy strips of Bingo tickets. A strip is a set of six tickets. Players can also choose to buy a large number of strips, which is known as a book.

Where Robbie Williams Plays Bingo

By now you’re probably itching to find out where Robbie Williams plays Bingo!

When he’s not touring or in concert, Robbie more than likely plays at one of his famous friends’ private Bingo parties or at a hip Bingo club in the city.

Here is what makes London one of the most popular cities to play Bingo:

  • The best places for Bingo games in London are Mecca and Gala, and between them, they make up a staggering eight million members!
  • The biggest Bingo spot in London is the Kilburn Mecca Bingo. Located in what was considered the biggest movie theatre in the country back in 1937, this Italian Renaissance masterpiece is as glitzy a venue as it gets.

While we can’t guarantee that you’ll see the ‘Rock DJ’ star at the local club, you have as good a chance of seeing Robbie Williams there as you would anywhere else, other than on stage, doing what he does best.

Find out where other famous folk love to play Bingo by taking a look at our Katie Price page.