As of the last couple of meets it’s been pointed out to us a few times that Steins Gate may not be going down too well with the majority of E-mag, because of this we’d just like to do a headcount of how many members would like it to either continue or end so we can see what to do from there, can you please put forward your opinions either online if you can’t make the next meet (Friday 21st June) or at the meet if you can make it.
Due to Artcore having another event, we do not have the room this week. As a result EMAG will not be running this Friday 7th June
The next EMAG meet is on the 29th March at Artcore, 3 Charnwood street, Derby, DE1 2GT, from 5:30 to 9:30pm, main showings start at 7:30pm, but you’re advised to be there by 7pm.
We will be showing Psycho Pass 9 & 10 as we skipped them last meet, Mao-chan episode 4, and Steins;Gate 5 & 6.
The place we plan on moving to is:
Artcore, 3 Charnwood street, Derby, DE1 2GT
No booking confirmed yet! We will post when it’s confirmed.
But it’s right next to community space, so we’re not moving far.
We have some bad news.
When confirming the next meet at community space on the 15th, we were told that community space is closing it’s room booking service by the end of the month, so we may not be there for the 29th.
We ask that you look for other rooms we could use and send them to us at email@example.com
Seeing as we seem to have settled in and got our programme sorted for now, here are our current running series:
Series 1 – Psycho Pass
Intermission – Ground Defence Force! Mao-Chan
Series 2 – Steins;Gate
We watch two episodes of Psycho Pass, followed by Mao-chan and a break. After the break we return for two episodes of Steins;Gate.
After concluding the meet at 9pm, we convene in the local wetherspoons pub for drinks with whoever wants to join us.
If you want to know more about the any of the series, read on.
The EMAG has had a bit of a shake-up in the last couple of months.
We have had to move out of our well loved home in the basement of the methodist church and are currently wandering looking for a new permanent home.
There is a new committee: Phil Watson, Matt Blackman and Keith Brown have taken up the challenge of keeping the club running.