Board Game Club reveals details of fourth birthday party

Published on: 15th March 2018

The club has also revealed details of a special London Games Festival Fringe event.

From its first outing as an event with a handful of people in an East End basement bar, to one with a bulging guest list located in the capital’s West End, Board Game Club is thriving in tandem with the growth of the board game market at large.

Celebrating its four-year milestone, Board Game Club will be holding an evening of gaming on the 21st March at Every Hotel Piccadilly, London. A collection of all their latest finds from recent shows will be on the gaming menu, alongside a variety of the most popular titles from an ever-increasing library of classics through to party plays.

Peter Jenkinson, co-founder, commented: “We’ve met so many fantastic people at our grown-up games nights and seen so many new relationships develop, ideas generated and have been lucky enough to share in success stories. It’s been an incredible few years for Board Game Club.”

Following this birthday bash, Board Game Club is holding an event as part of the London Games Festival Fringe, will take place on the Thursday 12th April. Hosted at Every Hotel Piccadilly, it’ll be open to attendees of the Festival as well as those on the free Board Game Club guest list.

Brands are welcome to send in any new games they’d like to offer to the gathered gamers at either event, just get in touch for further details –

Board Game Club events regularly attract an eclectic mix of 60 to 80 games brand execs, buyers, inventors, influencers and general public. The nights are open to anyone over the age of 18 and are free to attend. For further details and to get your name on the guest list, sign-up at and check your inbox for the invitation.


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