GameCity Nights – Starting Up!

Tuesday 26 February 2019

7:00 pm : Main Stage

14+

Tickets

£8.00

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Special guest Katie Nelson, CEO of Blueprint Games joins us to talk about start-ups and their awesome new project ‘Billie Bust-Up’.

A unique insight into what it’s REALLY like to start your own videogame company…

Not only that, but The Little Professor returns to mark your essays, special guests drop-in on video AND the house band have been practicing extra-hard to test your musical knowledge and patience.

Videogames’ night out is not to be missed!

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GameCity Nights – Starting Up!

Special guest Katie Nelson, CEO of Blueprint Games joins us to talk about start-ups and their awesome new project ‘Billie Bust-Up’.

A unique insight into what it’s REALLY like to start your own videogame company…

Not only that, but The Little Professor returns to mark your essays, special guests drop-in on video AND the house band have been practicing extra-hard to test your musical knowledge and patience.

Videogames’ night out is not to be missed!

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