2017 Ticket sales - now open!

Grenselandet will take place on October 6th and 7th in Oslo. Tickets costs from NOK 75 to NOK 500. (If you are under 26 and has never been to Grenselandet before, use the code NEW for a NOK 75 ticket).

Friday, 6 October 2017

Rush tickets


Want to play but haven´t signed up for any larps? Meet up at Slurpen (Lakkegata 79B) and you can buy a ticket to larps with vacant spots. Be there 10:30 for the morning section and 16:30 for the evening section! Rush tickets costs NOK 100 (NOK 50 if you under 26 or cannot afford a regular ticket).

Monday, 2 October 2017

Chrono couples


Time Eclipse (BY) by Elena Rabkina and Tatiana Smolyak is a larp that help to investigate relationships between people in the frame of time traveling. In this larp some participants will get on a space mission and others will become their family members that are left at Earth. Players will play time jumps of +3, +5, +10 years and will communicate with each other through short videos. This larp was inspired by "Interstellar" and invites you to explore questions concerning fragile human relationships and get on a trip across memories.

Wednesday, 27 September 2017

Feelgood fairytale


If you can find the end of the rainbow, legend has it that you can make a wish. This legend was the reason a group of children set out to find the rainbow. They were all facing something dreadful in their life, and they hope to find the rainbow's end to overcome the difficulties. But the road to the rainbow is long and full of challenges.

To the Wonder (NO) by Karete Jacobsen Meland and Martin Nielsen is a larp about internal and external monsters and a journey to overcome them.

Tuesday, 26 September 2017

Belarussian Afterlife


You’ve died, but that’s not the end of the journey. It’s just a path that all of us have to take. Before anything new can start you should make a difficult and ambiguous decision that is an essential part of the journey. Right now you are in transition –what happens next is up to you.

This is not a drama larp, but it does deal with serious and in certain way existential issues, such as death, choices, destiny and, of course, love. What life is all about, and who are we to say?

Welcome Souls (BY) by Masha Karachun, Zhenia Karachun, Olga Rudak, Nastassia Sinitsyna is heavily based on improvisation where players work throughout the larp in pairs developing common narrative.

Photo credit: Simon James Petit

Monday, 25 September 2017

Hentai larp


"The room was a little too warm. That had to be the reason why a drop of sweat was tickling his eyebrow. He kept his eyes locked on the screen. Just barely looking over at the timer in the corner. Any second now. He could hear how her moaning changed, softer now, and then, his turn; With a bellow he dropped into the most thunderous laugh he had ever mustered, just at the same second she turned into a high pitch scream.

“That’s a wrap, excellent guys!” I really believed in that orgasm scream!” He finally dared to take his eyes of the screen, quietly nodded at the director, letting his eyes wander over to the other microphone. She was smiling at him. In a voice miles away from the one she had used just a minute ago she suddenly said: “That was quite a tummy rumble of a laugh! Impressive! I’m Snow, nice to meet you!”

In Sexcraft (NO) by Frida Sofie Jansen and Tor Kjetil Edland, the characters are all voice actors who meet for the first time as they arrive for a day of work where they will dub a hentai movie soon to be released in their country. Throughout the game the story will switch between the dubbing scenes of the present, and flash forward scenes telling the story of the characters’ intertwined futures. This is a feel-good humorous scenario combining voice acting to a hentai move with the story of 4 strangers becoming friends and lovers. Many stories are about how people fail to communicate and connect with each other. This is the opposite."

Sunday, 24 September 2017

Quiet Dystopia


A physical and musical journey into darkness, uniformity and loneliness. The story is set in a dystopian future where all have to obey the same strict rules, and individuality is a crime. Throughout the scenario, more and more will disobey and who knows if a brighter future might be possible?

Born Under a Bad Star (DK) by Nicolai Strøm Steffensen will be played to an underlying soundtrack without any speech or spoken words. Players will instead need to communicate and express themselves through their bodies and strict patterns of movement. It is going to be a short, surreal and intense ride where you explore existential themes through a physical, abstract story.

Saturday, 23 September 2017

Gangster Family


Three con artists. A fake painting. An almost perfect plan.

The Three Signatures are more than a criminal gang – they’re a true family. But what should have been their last great masterpiece is about to become their swansong. What will they choose when they find themselves cornered? Money and the chance to finally start a new life, or a friendship that might quickly turn into a prison?

In Wanderers above the Sea of Fog (IT) by Oscar Biffi, each character is portrayed by two people who will alternate during the scene. One player for their real identity, one for their part in the fraud; one for their bonds and feelings, one for their need of money; one for their Brains and one for their Brawn. Even the Gull has a hidden side, however, and ripping him off will prove to be a difficult task.

Photo credit: Daran Kandasamy under CC 2.0