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05-08-2015, 12:58 PM #1
Tabletop Manchester - Not The RPS Social Club
Do you like board games?
Do you like beer?
Do you like RPS?
If you answered yes to none/any/all of those questions, congratulations, you're entirely welcome to come visit us at Tabletop Manchester. Somewhere between a pub meetup, a board games club, and a fully functional anarchist society, (in that it only becomes organised long enough to abolish any organisation) we're the people who ran a selection of board games at Manchester Day this year in conjunction with RPS, which was a wild success:
What people don't realise is we do this every week! We get anywhere between 30 and 50 people usually, playing various board and card games, generally being a very chilled, friendly crowd who are willing to teach newcomers, and there's already a solid Venn overlap with our regular visitors and RPS. We get an entire floor to ourselves these days, so it's a great environment that serves good food and has a great selection of beverages, and best of all, you get to do it whilst playing games.
The tl;dr summary:
Every Monday, 7:30 until the pub kicks us out.
The Wharf, Castlefield, located just off Deansgate.
12-08-2015, 02:13 PM #2
Colour me surprised that there's so little response in Manchester. Is our industrial wasteland dead to you, RPS?
I mean, at least we're not Leeds, or something. :D
12-08-2015, 02:19 PM #3
My brother goes to Tabletop Manchester as a non-RPSer. Maybe he puts everyone off?
12-08-2015, 03:45 PM #4
The Hivemind sees. The Hivemind knows.
12-08-2015, 09:32 PM #5