RSS Feed: Neil Blumfield has kindly set up an RSS feed based on this site, the URL for which is http://feed43.com/british-rpg-convention-list.xml. I should say that I've not tried this out myself, especially since this page changed its URL.
Calendar File Form: Roger Bell West has set up a site which converts this page to standard calendar file format, and updates that file periodically. See http://firedrake.org/infobot/ics/conventions.ics for this. Or - I'm told that by using webcal://firedrake.org/infobot/ics/conventions.ics instead, you should be able to "subscribe" to this calendar. Again, I haven't looked at this since this page changed URL.
3rd-5th May: ConTRAPtion 2019, at Chatsworth Hotel, The Steyne, Worthing, West Sussex, BN11 3DU. "£35 for gaming weekend, with Dinner and cinema as separate." See https://warhorn.net/events/contraption-2019 for more details as they become available.
11th-12th May: North Star 2019, at The Garrison Hotel, 635 Penistone Road, Sheffield, S6 2GB. Specifically a science fiction roleplaying game convention -- five sessions worth of SF RPGs. See http://www.northstarcon.org.uk/ for more details.
18th-19th May: 30th Beer & Pretzels, at Burton Town Hall, King Edward Place, Burton upon Trent, DE14 2EB. Day tickets £5 in advance, £7 on the door; Weekend tickets £10 in advance, £12 on the door. See https://www.spiritgames.co.uk/ for more details and booking.
31st May-2nd June: UK Games Expo 2019, at The NEC, North Ave, Marston Green, Birmingham B40 1NT & Hilton, Pendigo Way, Marston Green, Birmingham B40 1PP. The UK's biggest games convention of the year, so even though the RPG element is just a minority part of it, it's large - and there's also the trade hall and so forth. Plenty of RPG sessions have now been announced; see http://www.ukgamesexpo.co.uk/ for full details, including prices.
5th-7th July: Summer Stabcon 2019, at the Britannia Hotel, Stockport, SK2 6AG. The latest in a very, very long-running twice-yearly series of general tabletop games events with a fair amount of roleplaying going on. Summer Stabcon 2019 will (I believe) again be at the Britannia Hotel, Stockport, which has a large amount of conference space and all the usual facilities including a leisure centre with pool; there's usually a private bar for attendees with a range of beer and cider obtained specifically for the convention. Stabcon attendance is restricted to over-18s in general, although the con will accept babies who are not yet independently mobile and teenagers who are accompanied by a family member.
Full weekend price is, I think, £15 at first, £17.50 after some date, with single day membership £7.50 rising to £8.75. Equally, on past form, rooms in the hotel are likely to be around £54/night for a single, £59/night for a double or twin, £74/night for a triple or family room. Note that the event has often come close to or hit its numeric limits in recent years, so advance booking is strongly advised. For booking forms or if you have any questions, please contact email@example.com.
6th-7th July: LongCon 2019, at The Garrison Hotel, 635 Penistone Road, Sheffield, S6 2GB. A convention dedicated to long RPG sessions that may run over the full weekend. See https://www.thedodd.com/longcon-home for more details.
2nd-4th August: PaizoCon UK, at Bournville College, 1 Longbridge Lane, Birmingham B31 2TW. A convention dedicated to Pathfinder and Starfinder, I believe. See http://www.paizocon.co.uk/ for more details as they're announced.
16th-18th August: Grand Tribunal 2019, at Gas Green Community Centre, Baker Street, Cheltenham GL51 9HQ. A convention dedicated to the Ars Magica RPG. See http://www.grandtribunal.org for more details including booking.
24th-25th August: ShadowCon XIII, at Northfields Community Centre, Northcroft Road, Northfields, W13 9SS. Four game sessions over the weekend, £5 a session. See http://www.shadowwarriors.co.uk/shadowcon-xii/ for more details.
24th-25th August: Tabletop Scotland 2019, at the Dewars Centre, Perth, running from 9am on both days. A number of RPG sessions announced already, plus a number of trade stands/exhibitors, a bring-and-buy, and food available on site. Admission: Adults £15, Young Adult (11 to 15 years) £10, Family £44, for a weekend ticket; Adults £10, Young Adult (11 to 15 years) £7, Family £30 on the Saturday; Adults £8, Young Adult (11 to 15 years) £5, Family £23 on the Sunday.
See https://tabletopscotland.co.uk/ for more details and online ticket sales and event bookings.
31st August: GamesCon 2019, at Emsworth Community Centre, PO10 7DD, from 9am-10pm. "An Annual Board Game & RPG Convention." See https://gamescon.co.uk/ for more details.
14th September: Concrete Cow 19.5, at The Old Bath House, 205 Stratford Road, Wolverton, Milton Keynes MK12 5RL, from 9.00am-11.00pm. A well-established one-day event with a variety of RPGs run in three slots during the day. Cost is traditionally £5 a head; tea and coffee are available in the venue, and there are generally trade stands and a raffle in aid of charity. See https://www.mk-rpg.org.uk/Concrete_Cow for details.
21st September: The Owlbear and the Wizard's Staff II at The Band Factory, Unit 13, Althorpe Street, Leamington Spa, CV31 2AU, from 9:00am-10:00pm. "RPG sessions morning and afternoon, with a lunch break. Time for a trip to the pub at the end of the day. ... We'll ... not have fixed ticket prices, but ask for donations on the day of £5-10 to cover venue hire, refreshments, and GM gifts." See the eventbrite page for more details.
28th-29th September: Wyntercon VI, at Eastbourne Sports Park, Ecat House, Cross Levels WY, Eastbourne, BN21 2UF. A general "SciFi and Fantasy" event, but with some RPGs. See https://www.wyntercon.org for more details.
28th-29th September: Tabletop Gaming Live 2019, at Alexandra Palace, London. A general tabletop games show, but with some RPG elements, run by the magazine of the same name. See https://www.tabletopgaming.co.uk/shows for more details, including online booking.
9th November: GROGMEET19, at FanBoy 3, 25 Hilton Street, Manchester, M1 1EL. Actually, they say, "It's a one day event but there's also events on 8th November (GROGMEET Eve) and 10th Sunday morning (GROGMEET Fringe), for those who want to make a weekend of it. ... It's the best of RPG Games from back in the day and today. Sunday will feature an interview with Paul Fricker, co-author of Call of Cthulhu (7th ed.)." Tickets will be available from early June. Watch https://thegrognardfiles.com/grogmeet-2019/ for further details and announcements.
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