Board Games: Movers & Shakers with Reiner Knizia

Tuesday, 28th June 2016
7.30PM - 9.30PM
Suitable for ages 14+
£10 / £8 concessions
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Ludo, Snakes & Ladders and Draughts are all popular past-times, but in the last couple of decades a new generation of board games from designers with a background in maths and science has begun to break the Monopoly monopoly.

Perhaps the most successful of these is multi award winning Reiner Knizia, who joins mathematician Katie Steckles and board game lover Quentin Cooper to discuss how to develop a game which is easy to learn, hard to master and fun to play time after time.

With a chance to have a go at some of Reiner’s latest creations and other top games afterwards in the cafe!

In partnership with Oxfordshire Science Festival 23rd June – 3rd July 2016


Old Fire Station
George Street, Oxford, Oxfordshire, OX1 2AQ

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