Bread and Games

Boardgaming on the second Saturday of the month in the Edge, a working artist's studio. Friendly gaming, all welcome.

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  • Cathy W.

    Thanks all for a lovely time on Saturday - we all really enjoyed ourselves

    August 11

  • Jenny W.

    really enjoyed it :)

    August 9

  • Tim F.

    Hi guys,

    I'm sorry this hasn't been updated - we're still on at the Edge, but we're not starting until 5pm. There is an event on at the Edge from 2pm.

    Now it's a free event, open to the public, featuring lunch and an artists' talk - so I recommend you go to that first! http://www.frictionarts.com/event-bookings/yard-talk/ If you show up and you're not enamoured, you could always head to the far side of Digbeth and visit Wayland's Forge at their new location in the Custard Factory - http://www.waylandsforge.co.uk/

    August 7

    • Anton I.

      Have fun! Won't be joining you this month - it's the summer social for the RPG group and knowing last year, it ended about 12, ten hours after it started...

      August 9

  • Alysen

    Hi there! I won't be able to make this one because of the time change, will look to attend the next one! x

    August 8

  • Jenny W.

    I've not been before..what games do you usually play and do people normally bring games with them?

    August 7

  • Chris

    Can someone confirm the new location as I heard it is somewhere else this month?

    Thanks.

    August 6

  • Cathy W.

    Is there a limit on numbers - there are 3 of us that would like to come down

    August 6

    • Anton I.

      No, not really. The most I've seen was about 15 I think. People usually bring some food/drink for everyone to share.

      August 6

  • Anton I.

    All kinds really - but I think from this month are we not moving to the Jewelry Quarter? I think info is meant to be put up here and on the Facebook page as well.

    August 5

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