If you’re looking for something more fun than repeats on telly, soggy sprouts and stale turkey this Christmas, why not plan a seasonal visit to the Centre for Computing History?
And what more festive occasion to drop in on the Centre (located in Rene Court, Coldhams Road, Cambridge CB1 3EW) than on their Christmas themed retro video game night, which will be the last one of 2015?
Festive fun and late opening
This Christmas, they’re opening up specially between 7pm to midnight this Friday 4th December, and they’re going to have some awesome seasonal video games available to play – you’ll even get the chance to win the shirt off the Games Master’s back!
All their usual gaming displays will be on and they’ll be getting loads of extra consoles and games out from their archive for you to play. So why not join them for a great night out and help support the work of the Centre?
Retro Video Game Night flyer – click to enlarge
Due to fact that you can bring your own booze and that there’ll probably be a few video game titles not suitable for kids this is an over 18s only event.
Spaces for this exciting gaming night are limited, so booking at the advance rates of £8 per person is required to ensure your place, although if you’re lucky you *may* get in on the night – but please note that tickets on the door will cost £2 extra).
Book your advance ticket via this link:
And for more information on visiting the Centre, see: Visiting the Centre for Computing History.
PLEASE REMEMBER: Due to the fact that this is BYOB and the adult nature of some games this is an over 18s event.