DRAGONMEET CONVENTION. IBIS HOTEL & ILEC CONVENTION CENTRE, EARLS COURT. LONDON.
SATURDAY 5th DECEMBER 2015. 10am - MIDNIGHT
Dragonmeet is one of the most vibrant tabletop gaming conventions and the largest of it's kind in London. You'll discover a day jam-packed with things for you to do. Expect new and old games to play, industry panels, book signings, art show, bring & buy, cosplay events, lots of new traders and big demos, tournaments and of course the chance to make new friends and hang out with fellow gamers! This year we're adding in more open gaming space, more room for RPG's, more demo space, and opening a restaurant with a great value £10 two-course buffet on site. You can expect boardgames, roleplaying games and miniatures games, tournaments plus an evening of gaming including the charity auction, Explore the menu above or below to find out more about 'the UK's friendliest games convention'.
£10 on the door
Where's My Ticket? Our tickets are digital, so you will have the option to print one out or just show us the email on your smart phone, or give your name. We'll also have your name on the ticket list and Advance Tickets holders get priority entry!
You can enter the Ticket Hall from 9.30am IF you are booking games in to the Bring & Buy otherwise the trade hall opens at 10am and will stay open till 8pm, whilst games will continue until midnight.
Sunday Meet Up - Can't Get Enough?
We are taking over the on-site pub, the George & Dragon, on the Sunday for the usual industry meet-up as well as open gaming for those who are staying over in London or live nearby. Parking is free on a Sunday in the area.
You'll be able to pre-order the popular Dragonmeet T-shirts to collect on the day soon.
Dragonmeet T-Shirt: £15 (on the day)
Our official forum is hosted by UK Roleplayers
Check out a fun walkthrough of last year's show!
Open Gaming - Dragonmeet is proud to offer a huge variety of RPGs and other planned games - find out more here
Our Vip Guests
Joe Dever is an award-winning author and game designer who began his career as a musician and recording engineer. In 1976, he created the fictional world of Magnamund that was to become the setting for his Lone Wolf gamebooks which were first published in 1984. Lone Wolf became an international success and has now sold nearly 12 million copies worldwide. From 1996 to date, Joe has been involved in the design and production of several award-winning computer and console games, including Killzone (Sony) and Joe Dever’s Lone Wolf (BulkyPix). Since the release of his Lone Wolf game on smartphones, tablets, PCs and Macs, it has achieved over 2.5 million paid downloads. Following a successful Kickstarter late last year, the Lone Wolf Adventure Game (Joe Dever & Cubicle 7 Entertainment Ltd.,) was launched at GenCon in August and completely sold out. Joe is currently working several exciting supplements for LWAG, and he is also writing the final books in the Lone Wolf gamebook saga. The long-awaited book 29 in the series - ‘The Storms of Chai’ – will be published on December 19th.
Ibis Earls Court and the ILEC Convention Centre are next to West Brompton Tube and Overground station with reduced price parking on-site and free parking nearby. Find out more on our Venue page.
Bring & Buy
Bring your old boardgames, RPG's and miniatures to sell on the day, free up the cash to buy those brand new releases. The Bring & Buy returns to Dragonmeet! You'll be able to book games in from 9am, it then opens 10am-6pm.
Download the form below (word doc) to fill in for your items and bring with you on the day.
Last year we raised over £2,000 for charity. This year we are supporting two charities and have even more ways to raise money for charity. Find out more here.
Book your hotel to make the most of the day and join us for the meet up on Sunday.
How To Behave!
Dragonmeet has a clear Anti-Harassment Policy for all guests and traders. We're committed to maintaining our reputation as the 'friendliest gaming convention in the UK'
You can read it here.