Find out about the future events we're running here! We'll be adding new and exciting events all the time as well as showing photos and updates from our previous events. Keep an eye on our Facebook events page for further info too!

Bear in mind we may film or take photos of our events, so if you don't want to be involved do let us know and we'll make sure to accommodate you.

    The Arcade Vaults @ Spit and Sawdust

    Sat | 29 July 2017 | 18:00 to 22:30
    Sat | 29 July 2017 | 18:00 to 22:30

    The fantastic team from Spit and Sawdust will be hosting us in their cafe for a night of games, drinks and burgers for the inner skater in you! We'll be featuring some favourites including Tony Hawk (naturally) and SSX, as well as Guitar Hero and Time Crisis II. On top of that we'll include loads of our favourite tournaments for those of you who fancy testing your skills.

    We'll also be offering a special deal - in addition to our normal entry price of £3, we're pairing up with Spit and Sawdust's kitchen to offer their excellent burgers and entry for a paltry £10. And to top it all off, there'll be a bar there on the night as well!

    You can find Spit and Sawdust off Newport Rd in Cardiff.

    Rebel Arcade (August)

    Tue | 8 August 2017 | 18:30 to 23:00
    Tue | 8 August 2017 | 18:30 to 23:00

    The Rebel Arcade at Tiny Rebel Cardiff (formerly known as The Urban Taphouse) is back for August. You'll find us in the Cwtch Room, Upstairs Bar and Beer Hall where you can get your hands on the fantastic beer and cider selection available from Tiny Rebel.

    We'll be featuring:

    • ‚ÄčA selection of Nintendo consoles featuring a NES, SNES, N64, GameCube, Wii and a Switch
    • A PS1 (with light guns!) and the all-time classic best seller, a PS2
    • An Amiga 1200 with LOADS of games (you name it, we probably have it)
    • Computing classics including the BBC Micro and Spectrum ZX +2
    • Three giants of the portable wars, the GameBoy Color, the Game Gear and Atari Lynx
    • A Sega Megadrive and maybe even a Sega Megadrive II, plus the much loved Sega Dreamcast
    • Two of the early 80s giants, the Atari 2600 and er a Pong Clone made by Prinztronic
    • A PS4 and the latest (and very much not retro) PlayStation VR