it was borne out of a very simple idea. LARPs traditionally existed in bubbles. Players only knew about a small number of larps
LARPBook was build to break those bubbles by shining a light on all the variations of larp.
We don’t really support any particular style of play (although all the team have their personal favourites). Our aim is instead to work with the larping community to show off the diversity of larp around the world.
We do this via this website; a YouTube Channel and social media.
On This Page
You’ll find various announcements and items of news that should give you a flavour of LARPBook. Don’t forget to explore. There is a lot in this website.
Ever wondered how all the components of LARPBook fit together? This is how…
We've had our first results back in the Larp Sharathon and they are good. I'm trying to give credit to everyone both sharing and creating the content. It is after all time to do good for everyone. Tips Via The LARPBook FB Page Luke (from Tank Larp) on Runnning a Larp...
Share links to help larpers stuck in isolation learn new things!
Here is the full listing of the 2020 UK Larp Award Winners
Want to know who’s been nominated for a UK Larp Award.? Click and find out
LARPBook is supporting a channel of YouTube
The full listing of winners and runners up from this years UK Larp Awards
The list of UK Larp Award Nominees.
We welcome new team member Katie Horner to LARPBook. Here is a little bit about her
We proudly announce that in 2019 we will be co-producing a SF larp with the brains behind Colony Wars – Nerfed Up Larp
The video diaries from our 3 summer larps (we’re counting May – July 2018) as our Summer Larps this year. They were certainly a mixed bunch
It’s the end of the Curious Pastimes event 1 and Rob reflects on it as he gets home.
Rob stops for a moment and takes stock at the half way of the Curious Pastimes event 1 – 2018
The full list of Winners and Runners Up for this years UK Larp Awards
Due to the adverse weather and the transformation of South Wales into Siberia we are sadly unable to attend larpcon this year.
In Pittsburgh we perhaps see a reason why larp is being taken more seriously