Bingo Night Fundraiser
Hosted by the members of Flat Tire Theatre Company
Flat Tire is BACK with our first public in-person event since 2020! 🎉
Join us for a fun-filled night of bingo, food, drinks and general merriment that turns into fierce bingo-card-stamping competition.
You'll have the chance to mix and mingle with Flat Tire Theatre, hear about our upcoming productions, and win some incredible prizes, including some handmade creations from our talented company members.
WHEN & WHERE:
Friday, March 18th
7:00 to 9:00 pm
Gameplay commences at 7:15 pm PST
TEAPOP Back Patio
5050 Vineland Ave
North Hollywood, CA
This will be an in-person, outdoor event!
Masks are required when inside TeaPop.
HOW TO PLAY:
We encourage purchasing tickets ahead of time through our website. We are offering different tiers based on the number of bingo cards you wish to purchase:
Tier 1: $20 gets you admission, dinner & beverages, and 1 bingo card
Tier 2: $25 gets you admission, dinner & beverages, and 5 bingo cards
Tier 3: $30 gets you admission, dinner & beverages, and 10 bingo cards
Tier 4: $35 gets you admission, dinner & beverages, and 15 bingo cards
We'll be playing bingo rounds throughout the night, so you can come for as many or as few rounds as you'd like. Participants can play as many cards as they would like each round.
Additional bingo cards may be purchased day-of for $2.
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Like many, the pandemic has hit our company, and our ensemble of artists hard.
By registering for bingo you're directly helping us fund our show expenses like purchasing props, wardrobe pieces, and studio space rentals for our upcoming season of work, including "The Luck of the Irish" by Kirsten Greenidge and our Hollywood Fringe productions: "This Remains Between Us" by Morgyn Utzman and Katherine Wei and "20th Century Art: An Anthology" by Thomas Vohasek.
Thank you for supporting independent theatre artists!
If you can not make the event, but would like to make a donation to help our fundraising efforts, you can do so here.
This event is made possible in part by a grant from the City of Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs.