Board Game Club’s Boxing Day Boredom Busters event returns

Published on: 28th November 2017

Board Game Club’s popular annual festive night will take place on Thursday 7th December at Every Hotel Piccadilly, London.

Board Game Club’s big Christmas bash already has the backing of games brands Beasts of Balance, Spinmaster, Tactic Games, Thames & Kosmos and University Games – and there’s still plenty of time for further brands to get involved and support the event.

Co-founder Lesley Singleton explains: “We love our Christmas event. While we’re advocates of board gaming year-round, our Christmas event lets us indulge in all the joys of festive gaming – trivia, silliness, retro favourites, and it’s a great opportunity for brands to get involved by providing gifts for the Christmas goodie bags and a token contribution towards the welcome glass of fizz and nibbles. There’s still plenty of time for even more games brands to get involved and be part of a really fun night that’s always well-attended.”

The grown-up games night celebrates the very best Boxing Day Boredom Busters and Christmas Day Classics. Typically at previous Christmas Board Game Club events, guests have fully embraced the Christmas Jumper theme whilst enjoying classic games from their childhood and checking out all the hottest new titles.

This event is strictly guest list only and there are limited spaces available – please email to add your name or to find out more about how your brand can get involved.


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