Tuesday 2nd March, 2021.
Unfortunately we are cancelling our 2021 event for Tabletop Scotland.
As you may be aware, the Dewars Centre is being used by Perth and Kinross Council as the vaccination centre for Perth and surrounding areas.
We have recently been informed that this will continue for the foreseeable future and that the NHS will be based there for some considerable time.
As the full vaccination programme may continue through until the end of the year the team at Live Active Leisure, who manage the Dewars Centre, have no option but to cancel all events that were planned to happen this year.
We have already submitted some dates for 2022 and once we have more to say on that we will be in touch. If you have already booked accommodation for the 2021 dates then we suggest that you cancel that.
As much as this will be a disappointment for all of you, we know you will all understand this decision.
We encourage you to check out those who have exhibited with us in the past and of course support all of the local game shops across Scotland. Right now, your support is hugely important to them.
Previous exhibitors can be found on our website here – https://tabletopscotland.co.uk/history/
A list of Scotland’s game stores can be found here – http://tiny.cc/ScotGameStores
If you have any questions, please get in touch via the links below.
Stay safe and well,
Dave, Duncan, John & Simon
Saturday 2nd January, 2021.
As the challenges that 2020 brought are continuing into 2021, we wanted to let you know where we are with plans for Tabletop Scotland 2021.
In short, we are planning for it to happen.
We have been in discussions with the venue, exhibitors, and others over the last few months to get a feel for what level of planning we can do.
So, with that in mind here are 3 things we wanted to make you aware of.
The dates: We are going to revert to a two-day event. So that’s 21st & 22nd August 2021.
We know this will be disappointing to many of you, but we feel this is the right thing to do.
If you already have accommodation booked, then consider what that change means for you.
Tickets: We are delaying ticket sales until Friday the 30th April 2021.
Events: We are delaying event booking until Friday the 16th July 2021.
We will decide whether the convention will go ahead prior to tickets going on sale and, right now, we believe that 30th April gives us enough time to get a good feel for that.
A couple of things to consider alongside this:
We want to host a “normal” Tabletop Scotland event, or as normal as we can make it. If social distancing and other related aspects reduce the likelihood of us being able to do that, then we will not host the convention.
If we do cancel, then we will not be replacing it with a virtual Tabletop Scotland convention. This is something we have considered but ultimately discounted.
In the meantime, stay safe and well.
Dave, Duncan, John & Simon.