GAMING THROUGH TIME
18:00 – 20:00 Contemporary Urban Centre
41 Greenland Street
0151 230 1330
Inspired by the number of retro games that came out of the city, the school curated the world’s first interactive, educational, retro gaming museum. This interactive, playable exhibition is home to many consoles of the past; from the Commodore 64 to the ZX Spectrum and a Nintendo Entertainment System, moving into the modern day with consoles such as the SEGA Dreamcast and Playstation 1.
Many of the games playable in the Dungeon have connections to Liverpool and many of the school’s partners have donated art and games to fill the space, including a series of signed Bob Wakelin screen prints. Currently students use the space on their lunchtimes or after school to immerse themselves in the world of gaming history, but for one night only it is open to the public.
Book your free place via studiolightnight.eventbrite.co.uk