Written by simonscarle March 07, 2014, 11:41:00 am0 ViewsRating: 0 (0 Rates)Print
Recently received this e-mail if any one is interested in a trip to London.
The British Academy Games Awards and our Inside Games
event are next week and your students could be there!
On 12 March we will hold for our first ever Inside Games event,
including the chance to get hands-on with some of the hottest new games
including Titanfall, inFAMOUS: Second Son, Runescape and Dark Souls II.
There'll be talks from leading games developers and Steam will be
hosting their very first Secret Shop in the UK, where they'll be able to buy
exclusive merchandise and in-game digital items.
All this takes place at the Tobacco Dock in London, on Wednesday
12 March, from 12.30 - 5pm. You can catch our first Countdown video here!
Tickets for Inside Games are available for just £12, but we have a
limited number of free student passes available. Just tell your students
to select the ticket for Inside Games and then enter the discount code insidegamesstud
at the check-out!
Tickets are limited, so they'll need to book quickly to avoid
missing out! For more info please visit
Written by simonscarle January 17, 2014, 08:44:00 pm72 ViewsRating: 0 (0 Rates)Print
My name's Charlotte,
and I'm emailing about Festival of the Spoken Nerd, the trio of
insatiably sci-curious comedians coming to a theatre near you.
The Spoken Nerds are travelling across the UK
from January 2014 with their all-new show full of wit and wonder: Full Frontal Nerdity. With rave reviews
from nerds and non-nerds alike, it's a fantastic night of entertainment and
we're hoping to spread the word far and wide.
closest dates to you are: 6 February at Komedia, Bath and 16 February
at Colston Hall, Bristol.
We'd love the venue to be filled with people
who appreciate the unique mixture of comedy, science and nerdiness, and we hope
you'll join us too. Full details are below, do feel free to cut, paste or
forward this email to students, colleagues, friends and family.
There's a full tour schedule with tickets links and facebook events here,
and the usual press release blurb below to make it easy to pass on to friends
and colleagues. Our good friend Colin Wright has even made a postcode
checker so you can find your nearest venue - in full glorious HTML!
Please note that the show is only suitable
for ages 15+ as it contains some strong language and spreadsheets.
Thanks very much!
Assistant, Festival of the Spoken Nerd
- - -
of the Spoken Nerd: THE FULL FRONTAL NERDITY TOUR!
the Edinburgh Fringe, the sell-out comedy phenomenon is back on tour with a
brand new show for the insatiably sci-curious.
loved or loathed theschool science lab,Festival of theSpoken
Nerd ishere to feed your brain, tickle yourribs and light your
Last seen on
stage at the Hammersmith Apollo with Prof Brian Cox, Robin Ince and astronaut
Chris Hadfield, stand-up mathematician Matt Parker (BBC2 Things You Need
To Know) experiments maestro Steve Mould (BBC1 Britain's Brightest
street scientist) and geeky songstress Helen Arney (BBC Radio4 Infinite
Monkey Cage) mix astonishing science with statistically significant comedy -
and maybe a few things that go BANG!
With over a
million views on YouTube for their experiments, songs and stand-up, this is
your chance to see three of the UK's best (and nerdiest) performers in an
unforgettable night of comedy and curiosity. Full Frontal Nerdity
age 15+. Contains strong language and spreadsheets.
Written by Andy September 13, 2010, 11:00:00 amPrint
If you want to use our shiny new portal you will need to register a new account if you have not done so already.. Don't forget to request membership of the appropriate group(s) if you are a student, recent graduate or alumni.
For returning second and third years, we hope you are ready for the respective challenges that await and remember, these years count towards your final degree classification!
For those of you who are joining us for your first year @UWE we look forward to meeting you during induction week.
This week, Ubisoft finally gave us a new release date for Watch Dogs, and with it a new trailer and gameplay footage. That teaser caused a lot of teeth around the internet to chatter as folks discussed whether how it looks now is a downgrade from how it looked when it was announced at E3 2012.
If you've played Dark Souls for any significant amount of time, you've probably died in Dark Souls a large number of times. And now there's a site that will tell you exactly how many times. To, you know, get hyped for Dark Souls II.