Board Game Club evenings are set to return with a monthly residency in London, a revamped look, an expanded team and new games every month.
Following a Covid-induced hiatus, Board Game Club – the grown-up games night celebrating sociable board gaming – is set to relaunch after securing a monthly residency at London’s exclusive members’ club, Century.
Returning with a revamped look, expanded team and menu of games that’ll be refreshed every month, the relaunch night will take place on Tuesday 2nd May. The events will then run on the first Tuesday of every month thereafter.
Playtime PR’s Lesley Singleton commented: “Board Game Club’s eagerly anticipated resurrection is finally here and we couldn’t be happier with the residency at Century. It’s an excellent home for our Club.”
Century Club is a private members’ club in Soho, located at 61-63 Shaftesbury Avenue, London, W1D 6LQ.
“We loved hosting Board Game Club in the past and are really excited about opening our doors to the sociable tabletop community again, and also bringing this fantastic night to our own members,” said Suzette Field, curator at Century Club.
Lesley added: “We’re looking forward to making everyone’s lives more playful with some great sociable games from the likes of Exploding Kittens and Funko Games. Plus, for our brain-teaser-loving guests, we’ll even have a new head-scratching corner dedicated to a mind-twisting selection from The Happy Puzzle Company.”
To keep informed about future nights, sign up to the mailing list at www.boardgameclub.net.
To book your free ticket to the relaunch event, sign up here.
Board games brands with new games they’d like to see added to future Board Game Club menus should get in touch with the team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Decribed by the organisers as “informal, fun, friendly and inclusive, exclusively for over-18s”, Board Game Club aims to bring together industry bods, influencers and enthusiasts through a love of tabletop gaming. The nights feature an eclectic mix of fun-to-play, sociable card, party and dice games and have been used as testing grounds and launchpads for an array of titles since 2014.