John Adams returns for third annual Board Game Club take over

John Adams is set to return for its third annual total take-over of Board Game Club. 

On Wednesday 17 October at London’s exclusive Century Club, the company will showcase its range of four brand new Pick Up & Play games, as well as brand new action games and titles from its heritage collection.

Following two previously successful take-overs, John Adams will introduce Board Game Club guests to the fast and furious Pick Up & Play titles launching in time for Christmas – Slam It!, Grabolo, Sneak Peek and Pointz.

Bringing family action fun to the room are Tumblin’ Monkeys, Hamster Race and Mr Pop, while games night classics Rummikub and Othello will also be available along with some new Rubik’s games such as Rubik’s Flip and Rubik’s Battle. And there’s also the brand new edition of anti-genius trivia game, LINKEE, on the John Adams Board Game Club menu for the night.

Lynette Norris, marketing manager at John Adams, said: “Board Game Club is the perfect place to showcase our diverse range of games – we’ve got something for everyone and we think our games are a really great fit for the Board Game Club audience. 

"I’m looking forward to introducing everybody to our exciting new titles, as well as teaching some of the classics too."

Board Game Club co-founder, Peter Jenkinson, added: “It’s great to have John Adams back for a third year. The new games are perfect for a sociable night of grown-up gaming, and we can’t wait to see what our guests think of them.”

Guests can explore the exclusive John Adams Ideal games menu whilst enjoying a welcome prosecco courtesy of John Adams at Century Club, Soho, London, Wednesday 17 October, 6.30pm-11pm.

This event is guest list only – please email to add your name.

For further information about Board Game Club, visit

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