Centre for Computing History offers great events for Christmas

13/11/2017

Christmas is coming and there are plenty of festive events going on at the Centre for Computing History.

Take a look at the range of events on offer below and visit the What's On page for information about future events. Remember to book your place in advance!

Family Gaming Night

25 November, 6pm-10pm

Family gaming night is back on Saturday 25 November!  We'll have stacks of extra games for you to  play on as well as all our usual displays. 


Toys of Christmas Past

1 December, 6pm-10pm

Give your Christmas that retro flavour!  For one night only a very special collection of vintage toys and games will be on display and much of it will be playable.  If names like Meccano, Sindy, Weebles, Downfall, Stylophone, Mastermind, Action Man, Lego, Scalextric, Polly Pocket, Crossfire and Cascade remind you of family Christmas fun, then this is the event to bring your family to this Christmas.

Electronics Lab - Make a Digital Christmas Tree 

6 December: 4pm-6pm 

Build yourself a Christmas tree! We'll be setting up soldering stations and teaching you how to assemble a light-up Christmas treat in this festive after-school workshop.

Retro Video Game Night (Christmas Edition)

8 December: 7pm-late

Our famous Retro Video Game Night returns! We'll have a licensed bar, food van and a vast range of seasonal games for you to play.

Find out more and book your place at http://www.computinghistory.org.uk/

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