The Stockholm H.P. Lovecraft Festival VI gaming sessions Sponsored by Chaosium, Hög av serier and Sfbokhandeln At this year’s festival we focus on the games that since the 80’s have been the gateway into Lovecraft’s world for many of his readers. We hope to offer something interesting to the seasoned gamer and new acolyte alike. We welcome players from age 15 and up. On Saturday October 22 we will have sessions of Call of Cthulhu, Cthulhu Monopoly (drop in only) and Arkham Horror going at Bibliotek plattan, Sergels torg 1. In order to gauge interest we now open pre-registration to these sessions. To register simply drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org stating: 1. Your name. 2. The game you’re interested in. 3. Any preference you may have regarding the time you wish to join us! If you don’t state a time preference we will just put you in the first available time slot. If there’s still room at the table after pre-registration is over needless to say you’re welcome to drop in and join a game even if you haven’t notified us beforehand. Please note the limited number of places available! These are allotted on a first come first served basis. Call of Cthulhu We will have two separate two hour sessions that will serve as a short introduction into the world of Lovecraftian roleplaying: * Session one starts at 12 noon. * Session two stars at 3 pm. Four people to a session, please state any preferences timewise […]
The countdown continues: Tomorrow sees the release of the tickets to our movie night. It will be an amazing showcase of short subjects sure to thrill the discerning Lovecraft fan: – The Best of Portland H.P. Lovecraft Festival. Short subjects hand picked by festival director Brian Callahan. – The Narrative of Victor Karloch. Kevin McTurk’s puppet film from 2010. Click for the trailer! – No Turning Back. Music video from the album Dreams in the Witch House: A Lovecraftian Rock Opera. – Plus more secret goodies. You can get your tickets in two ways: 1. Stop by Serieteket/Bibliotek Film & Musik, Kulturhuset 2nd floor, Sergels torg (opening hours weekdays 11-19, Sat/Sun 11-17) and pick one up. 2. If you don’t live in the Stockholm area, drop a line to email@example.com and we’ll put you on the list of attendees and reserve a ticket for you! Please note: This is a free event, but check your schedule before getting your tickets! They tend to go fast and we want to give them to folks who really intend to show up at the screening.