Carlton Bingo Partick


Carlton Bingo Partick has a long-standing history and is referred to by the town’s locals as the F&F. This dates back to the venue’s time as a roller skating rink and dance hall until the 1960s when it was converted into a bingo hall. Since then, this thriving bingo premises has gone on to entertain hundreds of thousands of members, with bingo sessions hosted 2-3x a day in a warm and friendly environment. The games can be played on your choice of paper or electronic tablets and there are some excellent in-house prizes as well as huge linked jackpots up for grabs.

Other facilities include The Court and The Bar, which just as the names suggest serve freshly cooked meals, snacks and drinks whilst you play. In addition, there are fruit machines to play on that provide further opportunities to win a prize.

This popular Carlton club can be found on Dumbarton Road, opposite Partick Plaza. There is a bus stop just outside the entrance of the venue and Kelvinhall underground station is less than 500ft away. Unfortunately, the venue does not have parking facilities, however, you shouldn’t have a hard time finding a place to park with on-street spots available in the near vicinity.


You will often find a number of promotions running at Carlton Partick. These vary from month to month, but often include free bingo tickets, giveaways and super-sized prize evenings. Details on all of the upcoming offers can be found by using the links above to visit the official website or Facebook page.

Opening Times

Monday 11 AM – 10 PM
Tuesday 11 AM – 10 PM
Wednesday 11 AM – 10 PM
Thursday 11 AM – 10 PM
Friday 11 AM – 10 PM
Saturday 11 AM – 10 PM
Sunday 12 PM – 10 PM

Carlton Partick opens at 11 am daily apart from Sunday when they open at noon. The club closes at 10 pm every evening.

Morning sessions are played at 11.45 am Monday to Saturday. The afternoon and evening sessions begin with the Early at 1 pm and 6.50 pm, with the main events following at 2 pm and 7.30 pm respectively.


You will be able to take advantage of free sessions from time to time, however, the regular sessions typically cost £2 for the Early sessions, £3.50 (£5 on Saturday) for the morning games, £12 in the afternoon and £13 in the evenings (except Thursday when you can play for just £7 at 7.30 pm).

The prices above are for paper games, If you wish to play electronically you can expect to pay £3 for the Early sessions and from £12 – £19 for the afternoon and evening games. The exact price will depend on the day you visit and how many tickets you wish to play.