Mecca Bingo Camden


Mecca Bingo is right in the heart of Camden Town and although it might not exactly fit in with all the arty stores and market stalls it certainly is a hit with the locals and tourists alike. The club could hardly be more centrally located and it sits next door to the Odeon Cinema and right opposite Camden Town Tube Station.

Although there is no dedicated parking at the club, the public transport options make Mecca Camden very easy to get to and you will be able to get close enough with any bus that goes into Camden Town.

If you are hungry then you will find plenty of tasty choices on the menu in the diner and you can wash anything you buy down with a drink from the on-site bar that serves a range of delicious alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks.

The clubs is deceptive from the outside and has a capacity for well over a thousand players and although it rarely reaches this capacity it does get very bust at peak times during the week and at weekends.

In addition to the usual bingo games, you will find a well-stocked arcade area with lots of choice of slots to choose from. There is a cashpoint on site so you don’t need to venture far for a top up of cash and there is the usual disabled access and facilities should they be required.

The local area is awash with arty cafes, bars and the market area serves up some tasty street food along with some excellent artisan products. It is well worth a trundle round and if you win big you have little excuse not to buy anything.

Opening Times

The opening times at Mecca Camden are from 10am on Saturday, 11am on Wednesday, 11.30am on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday and from 12pm on Sunday. The club closes at 12am 7 days a week.

There are two main sessions of bingo each day except for Saturday when there are officially three. The daytime action kicks off at 12.05pm Monday to Friday, 11.45am Saturday and 1pm Sunday. All evening games start at 6.30pm with the last game starting at around 9.45pm.


Prices at Mecca Bingo in Camden Town start from as little as £1 per game and all games are individually priced. You can choose whether to play all, some or even just one game if you so wish. There is the option to play for free at 7pm on Thursday instead of paying the £7 ticket price but beware that your winnings will most likely be reduced to around 10% if you do take this option and win.

The majority of games are priced at just the nominal £1 ticket price with the most expensive tickets being the ones for main session bingo – these range from £5 to £17 with the most expensive being the Sunday night game.