Board Game Club’s May event heads to Soho’s exclusive members’ club, Century

Board Game Club’s May event is to take place at the exclusive Soho members’ club, Century.

The nomadic adult gaming night is taking up residence for one night only in the new, bigger venue in the heart of London’s Soho, from 6.30pm on Wednesday, May 23.

The stylish Club Room of this discreet members’ club on Shaftesbury Avenue will play host to London’s grown-up social gaming night, where general public, media, designers, creative and industry faces mix over a broad range of card, party, dice and silly-social tabletop plays.

“We’re excited about moving Board Game Club into a bigger venue for May,” said Board Game club co-founder, Lesley Singleton.

“Our regulars can still enjoy the same great informal gaming atmosphere in the welcoming and exclusive surroundings of this fantastic private club. In addition, this enables us to open up the world of board games to Century’s members – a brand new audience who we’re sure will enjoy our mix of titles.”

Now in its fifth year, Board Game Club has established itself as a fun, informal nght of board gaming. It’s free to attend, simply register on the guest list by emailing boardgameclub@playtimepr.com or sign-up at www.boardgameclub.net

Brands interested in working with Board Game Club are also welcome to provide games for the menu or use Board Game Club as a showcase event for their ranges. Contact Lesley@playtimepr.com for more information.

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