Should we promote the Bedford Gladiators to our local community by putting on a demo game at the Central Library in Bedford?
Matt Franklin has kindly investigated as he has a pal at the library who has said that we could put something on there. As its a Library they would be more interested if we were able to do something that they could tie into books in their collection. In many ways it is a shame that WW1 isnt more active at the club.
Anyway, is there an interest from you the membership to perhaps putting on a game there?
Your thoughts would be appreciated.
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Might it be worth trying to find out what the demographic of library users is & tailoring the demo to suit?
If it's middle aged men then WW1 or WW2, Saga etc. If it's teenagers to mid 20s a "Game of Thrones" type fantasy battle or Sci Fi might lure more in, most Libraries have a decent sized Sci-Fi/Fantasy section & it'd fit in with other media like the cinema. Star Wars never goes out of date, Full Thrust could simulate battles from "Enders Game" - show them there are alternatives to the dreaded GW...
If it's mainly young mums & toddlers then it may not be worth it...