Thames & Kosmos readies games night at Maidstone Museum

To celebrate the launch of a dozen new board games in 2017, Thames & Kosmos is joining forces with Maidstone Borough Council to host games nights at Maidstone Museum.

Guests will be able to play with Thames & Kosmos classics, including Kahuna, Lost Cities, Imhotep and Dimension, together with the latest arrivals Word Slam, Kerala and the Exit Game range.

“Our games portfolio lends itself perfectly to these evenings, from our more strategic games for more seasoned players to the pick-up-and-play titles that serve as gateway games for newcomers – we’re excited to be part of these celebrations around board gaming,” said Joanna Drage, sales sirector at Thames & Kosmos.

The upcoming events will run on July 27th and August 31st, where board game experts will be on hand to guide players through games.

Lyn Palmer, public programming manager for Maidstone Borough Council, added: “We’re delighted to be hosting these games nights and thrilled to have such brilliant game titles from Thames & Kosmos.”

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