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Those Gaming tours.

So what are the UK equivalents?

Phil Masters doing a Cambridge walk, dinner at King's College and a game of GURPS Discworld.

James Wallis giving a tour of Piccadilly, dinner at the Reform Club and a game of Baron Munchausen.

Marcus Rowland giving a tour of the Science Museum, dinner at the Dana Centre* and a game of Forgotten Futures.

David Chart giving a tour of Fountains Abbey, dinner in the Shambles followed by a game of Ars Magica.

Lucya Szachnowski giving a tour of the British Museum, dinner at Rules followed by a game of Call of Cthulhu.

I'd do a tour of Highgate Cemetery, dinner at the the House of Magic and a game from the Book of Unremitting Horror.

*I saw Richard Wiseman do a Victorian séance here (with Jane Goldman in attendance), and a talk about curios of the Science Museum including a Violet Ray machine and many stuffed penises. Top stuff indeed!


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Aug. 26th, 2005 10:59 am (UTC)
I wouldn't want to do this. I dislike the idea of people paying to play a game - buying books is a little different - and even without the moral dimension there would be practical problems such as insurance and personal liability that could make it a pretty risky business. Even if there was a company to organise it I doubt I'd be interested.
Aug. 26th, 2005 09:19 pm (UTC)
I'll do a tour of the Royal Mint followed by a run of my coin-spinning game that hasn't quite been written.

No, OK, never mind.
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