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Bristol Bingo, Fancy Dress Shop Parties & Hip Hop Brunch – It’s Foozie



Is Foozie the tastiest events company in Bristol?

Foozie have recently just had their first Bristol birthday and they’ve quickly become one of our favourite companies in Bristol.

Have you ever been in a fancy dress shop and thought: I’d love to throw a cocktail party in here? Well the guys at Foozie did just that with their Fancy Sesh party.

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That’s pretty much what they’re all about: throwing seriously fun foodie and booze events in Bristol.

You’ve seen us post before about how good their regular Bingo Wings event is; which brings hilarious Bristol Lingo Bingo together with delicious Chicken Wings to create the tastiest and most Bristolian game of bingo you’ll ever play. Ties are even decided by the legendary Foozie thumb war!

Their latest summer series of events: Brunch 808, will see them take over the wonderful Club Haus cafe once a month to throw a nostalgic brunch party like no other: Old School Hip Hop Brunch Club and Classic House Brunch Club. For £25, guests will get a two course lunch, themed cocktails and 4 hours of the most epic day time shenanigans possible.

Love scotch eggs and craft beer? Who doesn’t, right! Well how about an evening of pairing the two, with two of the UK’s best craft beer breweries? Then you’ll be wanting tickets to their Boozie Eggs event.

And as a special treat we’ve teamed up with Foozie to offer one lucky winner the ultimate events package for the month of May.

  • 4 x Bingo Wings tickets: 5th May @ Pata Negra
  • 4 x Brunch 808 tickets: Classic House Brunch Club: 21st May @ Club Haus
  • 2 x Boozie Eggs tickets: 26th May @ Famous Royal Navy Volunteer

Thats over £190 worth of tickets!

To enter just head over to Foozie’s site here.



Sam Gillies, the founder and editor of Best of Bristol. Purveyor of numerous Bristol posts, lists, stories, videos and Bristol photos. Having spent years in Bath looking enviously at how good Bristol was, I moved to Bristol in 2011 and consider myself a convert to a Bristol obsessive. Most likely found attempting to find interesting street art across Bristol and other cities.

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