Tickets

Didn't get a ticket? - there is still a chance If you turn up at the door you can get a last minute ticket for a larp if there are vacant spots. This will cost NOK 150 (NOK 100 dicsounted). If you don't get a spot on a larp you will not have to pay anything. Previous years, we have been able to find a spot for last minute tickets about 80% of the time, so the odds are quite good.

Can I join the party even if not participating at Grenselandet? You need a ticket to come in. You can pay the price of a last minute ticket (NOK 150/100) even though you are not playing if you only want to join the party. Or better - you can sign up to help us with pratical stuff (mostly cooking) - and we will both feed you, love you and throw you a party. To volunteer, please contact us at admin@grenselandet.net.

Programme - 2018


We will add more larps to the programme every few days up to the event.

The Fix (DK)
By Kristoffer Thurøe
Rehab patients exploring how much they are willing to sacrifice.

Spellbound (DK)
By Jeppe & Maria Bergmann Hamming
A night in the halls of the Mountain King, a night of seduction, ecstasy, memories, conflict and the fight to return back home, when dawn disturbs the magic of the underground.

Life of an Egg (LT)
By Andrius Ūdra
Live as an egg, to explore the topics of community and isolation, hope and uncertainty.

The Naked Truth (FI)
By Arttu Hanska and Joonas Katko 
Four old friends meet to have a sauna evening, and struggle to open up.

Winson Green Prison (SE)
By Rosalind Göthberg and Siri Sandquist
The stories of the women who fought for the right to vote in England, and the men in their shadows.

[CANCELED] The Quota (UK, NO)
By Charlie Ashby, Simon Brind, Martine Svanevik
In a future, segregated Great Britain, live the life of an English refugee trying to cross the border into The People's Republic of Wales.

Kommando Holger Meins (SE)
By Andreas Markehed and Eva Wei
During the occupation of the West German embassy in Stockholm 1975, a group of political friends and allies become alienated through their commitment to the Red Army Faction.

The Testimony (SE)
By Susanne Gräslund, Anders Hultman
The horrors that took place in the Polish village of Jedwabne during WWII will be relieved by their witnesses and perpetrators.


Roxanne (DK)
By Rasmus Teilmann & Nicolai Strøm Steffensen
A noir-inspired burlesque scenario, where men, women and lust always have a price.

Monet and the Moment (DK) 
By Ann Eriksen and Danny Wilson
An expressionist larp, where each player plays their own version of Monet, through a succession of scenes and paintings.

Welcome to Hard Times (PL, UK)
By Karolina Soltys and David Owen
A tale of human resilience, frailty, and struggle to find some permanence, in the XIXth century Midwest America.

Transmutation (DK)
By Nilas Dumstrei
The co-creation of meaning and collectivity through movement and playfulness towards building a shared landscape of uncertainty and sensitivity.

Habitat (NO)
By Karete Jacobsen Meland and Martin Nielsen
The playful, non-verbal exploration of the transformations of an habitat and its inhabitants.

Gilead (CZ)
By Dagmar Wiesnerova and Martina Drabinova
The players will explore and experience the historical period of the Republic of Gilead as participants of a conference organized by the Institute for the Study of Totalitarian Regimes.

Life Lessons (UK)
By Mo Holkar
Students of a weekly life-drawing class open up through the process of drawing – to themselves, and to each other.

Katabasis (UK)
By Susan Ploetz, Una Hamilton Helle and Francis Brady
A symbolist and physical larp, about cave descents, origin myths and group archetypes.

The Monica Lewinsky Effect (BY)
By Tatsiana Smaliak and Ivan Pranovitch
A non-verbal larp about group aggression and reprobation on social media.

You can find the 2017 programme here.

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