Ian Livingstone event at Off the Shelf Festival, Sheffield

On Monday, October 15th at 7pm, Ian Livingstone will talk about his work and career at an event at the Showroom Cinema, Paternoster Row, Sheffield 1 as part of the Off the Shelf Festival in Sheffield.

Ian Livingstone has been a leader in the interactive games industry for over 25 years. He co-founded the iconic Games Workshop, launched Dungeons & Dragons in Europe, edited White Dwarf magazine and in 2002 he received a BAFTA Special Award for his outstanding contribution to the interactive entertainment industry. With Steve Jackson, he wrote the first of the Fighting Fantasy Gamebooks which have sold over 16 million copies in 23 languages. He is the Creative Director of computer games company Eidos, the name behind the Tomb Raider games. He will be talking about his work and career.

Tickets cost £7.50/£5.50 (cons) and are available from the Arena Box Office – tel. 0114 256 5567, www.arenaticketshop.co.uk/offtheshelf, the Showroom Box Office – tel. 0114 275 7727, www.showroomworkstation.org.uk or in person from the Showroom Cinema Box Office.

Tickets on the door on the night subject to availability

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