Looking out of the window and seeing the rain beat against the glass puts us in the mood to stay indoors. We’ve been working on a game for you all in the charming seaside setting of Brighton.
Join us to gamble your life away at the greatest house in any
dimension – The Inferno – on Saturday 5th September.
More details here.
On that note, thank-you to everybody who turned up to play Project Snowflake – a game about corporations trying to out-maneuver each other in the theater of nuclear war. It was delightfully well received and has given us the drive to run more events like this.
Finally, we’re all at work on Tales our of Anchor, still – which runs 5th-7th Feb, 2016. We’re up to our eyebrows in rules edits and plot-writing, and are producing new content for everybody very soon. You can book your tickets Here – booking will close in mid-December.
We are very proud and excited that Tales Out Of Anchor was nominated as Best New LARP at the recent UK LARP Awards. We didn’t win (congratulations to Red Letter Day!) and it was amazing to be part of the event. Sarah was on the Tales Out Of Anchor stall all weekend meeting new people and talking to them about our upcoming event, as well as showing off costume, props and the lovely photographs from Event One.
Thank you to everyone who came to see us, and we hope to see you soon.
Summer usually finds performers either in Edinburgh, other Festivals or sweltering in black-box stages but we’ve been ringing the changes with two different projects.
We kicked off yesterday in Greenwich with an afternoon punking up the Longitude Act as part of Clockwork Watch a collaborative, multi-media storytelling project.
Firecat performers guided guests around the glorious Queen’s House at the Maritime Museum introducing them to an alternate universe of the Steampunk quest for Longitude. This was commissioned as part of LONGITUDE PUNK’D, running until January 2015.
This Friday (8 August) we are at Nine Worlds with Amnesia a new, mini “theatre-style” LRP supernatural mystery game, so come and join us.
Bookings are still open for Tales Out Of Anchor our October LRP game which fuses Regency England with 1930s Shanghai. Join us for a weekend of high drama in a lush, original world-setting of floating islands, political shenanigans and secrets.
We are looking for new performers – if you are interested in being part of what we do, please get in touch on firstname.lastname@example.org