Tartan Tabletop’s Latest Adventure: “The Glasgow Mutiny” – A D&D Extravaganza!

by Rob H

Ahoy, Adventurers! Ready your dice and set your sails – Tartan Tabletop is back with another thrilling Dungeons & Dragons night!

Date: Thursday, 1st February 2024
Venue: The Boardwalk, 105 Brunswick Street, Glasgow, G1 1TF

Avast Ye, D&D Enthusiasts and Pirate Aficionados!

Brace yourselves for a rollicking adventure on the high seas with the Tartan Tabletop crew. We’re taking over the Brian Cox Theatre at Impact Arts Glasgow for a special one-off show that’s also a fundraiser for our voyage to the Adelaide Fringe!

Charting the Course:

When: Thursday, 1st February 2024, Doors open at 7pm for a 7.30pm show
Duration: A hearty 1.5 hours of swashbuckling fun
Ticket Price: Just £13! Grab them before they’re lost at sea!
Tickets: Limited to 120 – they’re more sought-after than buried treasure!

What Awaits You:

Prepare to embark on ‘The Glasgow Mutiny,’ an improvised D&D adventure filled with pirates, heists, and the legendary Buckfast. Noblin the Goblin is rumored to return – what shenanigans will ensue?

Why This Adventure is Unmissable:

Join us for a night where D&D meets Pirates of the Caribbean (but with our own twist, so no worries about Davy Jones’ locker!). It’s more than just a game; it’s an immersive experience where laughter and surprises await at every turn.

Dress Code: Pirate attire is highly encouraged! Think tricorn hats, eye patches, and parrots – there might just be a treasure for the most impressively dressed pirate!

Book Your Passage!

Don’t be marooned on the shore of missed opportunities! These tickets will vanish like a ship in the mist. Secure your spot for a night of adventure, laughter, and pirate-themed fun!

We’re Hoisting the Sails and Waiting for You!

Join us for “The Glasgow Mutiny” and be part of an unforgettable D&D journey. Let’s make waves with an evening full of high-seas adventure and camaraderie. See you there, mateys!

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