August 16th, 2004

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Friday 20th August - UK Launch Party for World of Darkness 2

UK World of Darkness Midnight Launch Party

Leisure Games in conjunction with White Wolf Publishing Inc. and Turbulent Soundscape are pleased to announce the Official Vampire: The Requiem and World of Darkness UK Launch Party on Friday 20th August. Taking place at Synthetic Culture at The Egg Club in Kings Cross, London, you can be among the first to get your hands on copies of the two new books and enter a special prize draw for an autographed copy of the Vampire/World of Darkness book set! We’ll also be giving away t-shirts and pins throughout the night!
In addition to three dancefloors playing the best in Rock/Metal, Industrial/Goth/Punk and Electro/Eighties there will be a Caribbean BBQ in the courtyard, British Extreme Championship Wrestling and an 8-Foot Alien Queen from the movie on display!
The club runs from 10pm to 5am, £5 before midnight with a flyer or a Camarilla Membership card, £7 otherwise. The Egg Club is situated on the junction of York Way and Vale Royal in Kings Cross. You can download and print off flyers at http://www.turbulentsoundscape.com/clubs/syntheticculture/default.htm
Books go on sale at Midnight, if you want to reserve a copy, or have any questions about the event, please contact Angus Abranson on Angus@cubicle7.freeserve.co.uk or shop@leisuregames.com. The club is over 18’s only.

About White Wolf: Since its entry into the roleplaying game market in 1991, White Wolf Publishing, Inc. has grown, maintaining an average market share of 26%. With collective book sales in excess of 5.5 million copies during this time, White Wolf is one of two undisputed worldwide publishing leaders for pen-and-paper roleplaying games. White Wolf properties have been licensed for television series, comic books, action figures, console and computer video games, coin-operated arcade games, professional wrestlers, replica props and weapons, interactive media events and myriad merchandise. More information on White Wolf can be found at http://www.white-wolf.com

About Leisure Games: Founded in London, UK, back in 1985 Leisure Games has becoming one of Europe’s leading hobby games stores specialising in Role-Playing Games, Board and Card Games, Miniatures, Wargames and CCGs. With a recognised international mail order service stretching to the four corners of the world you can find out more at http://www.leisuregames.com

About Synthetic Culture: Synthetic Culture is London's freshest and most talked about alternative event. It runs every third Friday of the month at The Egg Club, Kings Cross. Each month sees a number of special attractions alongside the House and Guest DJs from some of the UKs leading alternative nightspots including the Slimelight and the former Full Tilt . More information about Synthetic Culture can be found at http://www.turbulentsoundscape.com/
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The weekly 'Weekend Review'

I'm knackered. It's entirely my own fault but I had a fairly active, sleep-deprived, drug-fuelled weekend which was on the whole totally ace.

B-Movie was fun as always, although we left before some trouble broke out which was not club-related.

Saturday saw me finally clear everything out of the old flats garage (we moved six months ago!) and either dump it or relocate it to the new place (yay! more boxes!! ;-p) for processing. Found a load of old letters and birthday cards from my late teens and early twenties which brought back a lot of memories, the realisation that I could/should have really been shagging alot more people than I was, and a secondary realisation that my memory must be really shite as I couldn't remember a good third of all the people who sent me the cards (nor could I remember which apparent girlfriend I had the nickname 'mouse' for???).

I went shopping in Camden on Sunday to buy some birthday pressies for Sarah. I brought her a nice dress and a top, she brought herself a pair of New Rocks. The dress and New Rocks are being debuted this Friday at Synthetic Culture I believe. We also hit Resurrection Records which reuslted in me being a fair bit poorer, Wagamama's for lunch/dinner, Mega-City Comics and then Camden Odeon to see King Arthur. I was saved a trip down to Charing Cross Road to pick up some flyers as I bumped into Rex on the way out of cinema (he was going in) and he had a couple of handfuls I could nick :-p

Sunday evening/night was catching up with an old friend, sinking almost a bottle of Southern Comfort and half a Vodka (respectively) and having a good chat. A great evening all told. Thanks :)
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