Nominations open soon!

Shortlists will be published, winners will be announced.

The award ceremony will be held on the evening of the 2nd of March 2019.

Tickets to this event will be available soon.

The 2019 Larp Awards Categories are:

  • Accessible Event of the Year* (New for 2019)
  • Player Run/Sanctioned Event of the Year
  • Club System of the Year. For Larp groups and clubs that meet regularly, rather than running 1-4 events a year
  • Player of the Year (to be awarded to someone who makes Larp better for everyone as a player, rather than as crew member/event organiser)
  • Bard of the Year
  • Small Larp of the Year (less than 30 players)
  • Medium Larp of the Year (30-100 players)
  • Large Larp of the Year (over 100 players)
  • Family Event of the Year (involves under 16’s)
  • Grassroots System of the Year (bringing new players into the hobby)
  • New Larp of the Year (debut event run after the 1st of February 2018)
  • Larp Producer of the Year – Foam/Latex
  • Larp Producer of the Year – Leather
  • Larp Producer of the Year – Costume
  • Larp Caterer of the Year
  • Creature Costume of the Year
  • On-line Retailer of the Year
  • In-field Retailer of the Year
  • Larp Site of the Year 
  • NPC of the Year
  • Event Crew Member of the Year
  • Mainstream Event of the Year – For things that aren’t actually Larp but have a lot of Larp crossovers, like escape rooms, horror events or Secret Cinema’s
  • Unsung Hero Award – For someone who does lots without mention. If you’ve nominated that person elsewhere, this ISN’T the place to nominate them again.
  • Life Time Achievement

Photography Categories are under review and the new format will be revealed soon. 

There is also an award for the winner of the Friday Night Poker Tournament and the Saturday Combat Tournament.

*Accessible Event – This award is for larps that have shown high standards for accessibility.
Be that making sure there is physical access, supporting communication or other needs within their events.
This can be as simple as ensuring wheelchair access or using spoken word instead of written briefs.
This award is about making larp accessible to all, and inclusivity within our community.