Bingo Hall In Queens

Richmond Hill, NY11418

Queens

Play Bingo on the Queens / Long Island border. Tops Bingo has free parking and great outdoor lighting. We have a fantastic food concession with fresh and delicious food. Our customers love playing Bingo and think we are the Top Bingo Hall anywhere. Bingo jackpots can be as high as $6000. You can win lots of money at Tops Bingo Hall.

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  3. The RKO Keith’s Richmond Hill Theatre closed on June 25, 1968 with Elizabeth Taylor & Marlon Brando in “Reflections in a Golden Eye”. Since then it has been used as a bingo hall and flea market. The marquee and front of the building were renovated and used as a location for.

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Additional Info

Previously operated by:RKO

Functions:Bingo Hall, Swap Meet

Previous Names: B.F. Keith's Theatre

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Located in the Richmond Hill section of Queens. The former B.F. Keith’s Theatre opened on March 22, 1929 with 6-acts of Radio-Keith-Orpheum Vaudeville on stage and the talkie movie “Strange Cargo” starring Lee Patrick. It later showed second-run fare and double bills.

The RKO Keith’s Richmond Hill Theatre closed on June 25, 1968 with Elizabeth Taylor & Marlon Brando in “Reflections in a Golden Eye”. Since then it has been used as a bingo hall and flea market. The marquee and front of the building were renovated and used as a location for the 2002 movie “The Guru” starring Jimi Mistry.

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