You can gain discounted admission to this years show by buying your ticket in advance from this website, and whatsmore it will guarantee that you get this year’s show miniature (more below). Discounted admission tickets cost £3, a saving of £2 against the door price, and can be purchased by here.
As mentioned above, buying a discounted entry ticket will ensure that you recieve this year’s show miniature for which we thank show sponsor Footsore Miniatures. The miniature is based on a Samurai and comes with the option of a traditional sword or a laser sword – you could call him Hereward Spacerunner or something similar!
Trader number 19 for 2018 is a Hereward ever present. Yes it’s Ainsty Castings.
Andy from Ainsty will be the host for our Saga Melee, tickets for wich can be purchased here.
Some of you have probably seen this on our site and gone ‘what’?
As per last year, we have elected not to run a bring-and-buy sale, but instead provide table space for people to book for an hour to sell their unwanted stuff. It’s an idea we borrowed from the good folks at Hammerhead (among other places), and in general shows seem to have found that it reduces admin overhead (and also theft).
We have four tables in each one hour slot, starting on the half hour at 10:30, 11:30, 12:30, and 1:30. You’ll find the tables at the far left as you enter, up on the low stage. Bring your cash (there’s an ATM outside the Cresset by the BP garage), and snap up some bargains from the folks who have already booked a slot. If you want to book, we still have two tables left in the 1:30-2:30 slot at the time of posting.
Not content with running the club’s (sold out) third annual tournament (“The Phoney War”) in December, we’ve coaxed members of the club into running another Bolt Action tournament at Hereward. Tickets are on sale Right Now for the usual £10, including show admission, and the tournament pack is available for download here.
Watch this space for rules packs and tickets for the rest of the tournaments (as advertised in the national wargames press) this coming week.
We’re delighted to announce that tickets for our Game of Thrones card game tournament are now on sale. Tickets include show admission, and the event will be held (like the others) upstairs in our spacious tournament area. We’ll make sure you get a chance to check out the show, too!
The tournament is brought to you by two sponsors:
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Based on the great success of both the previous show, and the Dreadball tournament presence there, we are pleased to confirm we will be hosting another tournament at this year’s show! Not only that, but it’s going to be a Regional Championship!
Come and join some of the UK’s finest Dreadball coaches in battling it out for the ultimate prize, the title of Central- East Regional Champion, in what promises to be a fun and friendly day of gaming!
Tickets are £10, including show entrance fee, and are available from the link to the right or here.
You can now buy advance tickets for the show (£3 each) from the Buy Tickets link in the menu bar.
Additionally, as last year, we will not be running a bring and buy. However, borrowing an excellent idea from the folks at Hammerhead and elsewhere, we will be running a tabletop sale. You may book a one-hour slot on a table in the main hall to sell your wares, for £5 in addition to your admission fee. We recommend booking in advance as this may govern how many tables we make available.
Please note that slots include 5 minutes each setup and clear-away time, and are at 10:30-11:30, 11.30-12:30, 12:30-1:30 snd 1:30-2:30. As of now we have four tables available for each time slot – this is subject to change depending on demand.