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Saturday November 7th, 2020 - at the Ibis Hotel, Birmingham New Street.
Who is it for?
Who is it for?

This event is for people who want to talk about UK larp. It is not exclusively for people who have made larps, but is also open to those who are interested in doing it in the future and academics with an interest in larp. Larp participants are also more than welcome to attend

What is on the programme?
There will be an open call for programme items.  We will curate a mixture of talks, panels, lightning talks (less than 5 minutes,) workshops, and facilitated discussions.  It will be entertaining, interactive, informative, and vibrant.  Some of it might be a bit theoretical, some of it might make you angry, all of it should be interesting.  There will also be lots of breaks for you to talk to other designers too.

The Call for Programme will open in April and run until the Start of July.   The Provisional Programme will be available at the start of September.
How much will it cost?

Places at  this event will cost £35 and will include unlimited tea and coffee refreshments and a sandwich lunch.  A limited number of subsidised tickets (costing £5) will be available; the exact number of these will depend on overall ticket sales.

How do I apply?
Please apply for a place by completing the conference application form here
Who will be attending?

We will publish a list of all attendees.  If you have safety concerns about any one on the list, please contact us so we are able to take appropriate action.

What is the refund policy?

We can refund tickets up to 90 days before the event, but after that time we can only issue a refund if you are able to find someone to take your place.  Please note that tickets are not transferable without the approval of the organisers. 

What is the safety policy / code of conduct?

Please read our full safety policy and Code of Conduct here.  

Do you have an accessibility statement?

Our accessibility statement is here.

Who is behind this?

Simon Brind and John Shockley have been writing, running,and playing larps (and LRPs) in the UK and abroad since the 1980s.  Avalon larp studio is the collective that Simon works with, and they are handling the ticket sales and contracts for the event.You can contact the organisers here.

Who is making money from this?

This is a not-for-profit event.  If there are any surplus funds they will be donated to charity.  Your ticket money goes on the location rental, food, refreshments, organiser expenses, a name badge, some printing, and underwriting the cost of tickets for people who can't otherwise afford to buy one.
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