Cambridge Larp Society

From Cambridge Larp Society

Photo by Tom Garnett

Welcome to the Cambridge Larp Society Website!

Cambridge Larp Society (CLS) is a University of Cambridge society which organises regular Live Action Role-Playing (larp) events. Larp is a type of role-play where participants physically portray their characters. There are many different kinds of larp, taking place in wide variety of settings, ranging from fantasy and sci-fi to modern day. To find out more about larp, visit our FAQ.

CLS runs a continuing game over the course of the year, meeting once or twice a week for socialising and adventuring together in a world unlike our own. We also run a number of other events, including one-shot larps, discussion groups, costume-making sessions, and socials. Participation is open to everyone, not just members of the university, and we welcome new members at any point in the year.

More information about events we run can be found here, and you can contact us here.

You can sign up to the mailing list here, or email the exec if you don't have university access.

Our Current Game

This year's game is Obscura, a fantasy game of discovery, intrigue and struggle against the odds where magic and science collide.

Photo by Kay Chard


Interactives this term are each Friday at 7pm from 17th January to 13th March at the Unitarian Church Hall.

Linears this term are on Saturdays at 1pm on the 18th January, 1st February, 15th February, 29th February and 14th March on Grantchester Meadows near end.