Bazinga! Would you like to play? We are waiting for you in Sanbàpolis

translation by Olena Khaliman

Get together and have fun playing competitive games, this is what we are offering you. Bazinga starts tomorrow, Wednesday, November 9. There will be four evenings of Bazinga in Sanbàpolis dedicated to some of the most popular and exciting board games.

From Carcassonne to Cluedo, Jenga, Munchkin, via Splash, Ticket to Ride and Zombicide, Bazinga is a proposal that brings together several generations and speaks a universal language of the game. The initiative is promoted by the Opera Universitaria of Trento within the scope as a part of the festival  of the University Autumn 2016. One of the partners of the initiative is Sanbaradio, the web radio of the University of Trento that is always active in youth communication.

The table games are an addictive activity popular in many different countries, a passion that unites different generations and people from every corner of the planet. With this goal the evenings of Bazinga  were envisioned, a proposal aimed at all citizens and students who live in the city and in the student residence of San Bartolameo.  In fact, there are hundreds of young people from different countries leaving on Campus of the University of Trento  ,  and all of them can use the Bazinga evenings as a point of contact with the city and as a new opportunity to meet each other and make friends.

Staff Sanbaradio will provide some of the most popular games of all times, from the simplest and quick to the most complex, and its staff will be  available to explain the rules, tricks, and specific arrangements.  Everybody is also invited to bring their own games and share them with others to increase the variety and the offerings of the evening.

The "Bazinga evenings"  are scheduled on Wednesdays. The first event starts tomorrow, from 21:00 to 23:30 at a few locations of the Sanbàpolis – via the Malpensada, 82 (First floor, Room 1), and then it will continue, always at the same time and the same place, on the evenings of November 16, on 23 and 30.