Bookings for EYE Larp Events

Here is the updated booking system for our events.
Your Options:
  1. Ticket price for all events will usually start at around £65 for the weekend; see event pages for specifics.
  2. You can secure your place with a £25 deposit, the balance to be paid at the event.
  3. On the gate ticket price is usually the full ticket price + £20.

Prices for events will depending on location and the type of event, so make sure you have read the booking information before sending any money.

All tickets and deposits paid are NON-REFUNDABLE but you can sell a ticket or deposit on to another person. Full details of the new deposit owner must be emailed to along with the name of the event and any other important booking information.

All deposits and payments should be made through this website – just add a ticket to your cart from the event page!

This will take you through a paypal transaction; Your paypal payment will go to

Day Tickets

A single day option may also be available on a number of our events and the price will be made clear in the booking information. We will still need full payment before the deadline, otherwise the full ticket price will need to be paid.


To trade at any of our events please contact us on with a brief description of the items you are selling. If there is room and no trade clashes we will reply with a booking reference number to be added to your booking payment. Traders are then asked to pay the full ticket price to book their pitch. Follow the booking process and make sure you add your booking reference on the payment.


Buccaneers of the Damned, Episode 13: Respite

Eye Larp and FilmSim events proudly presents

Buccaneers of the Damned
Episode 13: Respite

10th-12th May 2019

£75 early bird ticket till February 28th 2019
£85 ticket price from March 1st 2019 or FREE to CREW
Full catering available – Menu and Prices to follow.
The Welsh Drive, Eversley, Hampshire
Capped at 70 player places and 40 crew.


As the dust begins to settle on Culloch’s Fall, normality returns to this isolate region. Recently, the location of strange happenings, the annual celebration and commiseration of ‘The Long Night’ takes its toll on the current incumbents. Ghosts, long-dead; suffering at the hands of the French rise from their untimely graves to relive the atrocities afforded them. In the midst of the chaos, dark and untoward occurrences drag this quaint celebration of memorial into a much more sinister light.

Those who liberated the town some weeks passed, on envoy from Logan’s Bay now find themselves at a crossroads; between stagnating on Salvation, or the potential of more elsewhere. The portal, temporarily obscured over the previous night, once again reveals itself – an ominous portent of possibility; a new start, a new location; hope. Rumour spreads among those gathered, murmurs of Frontier; that un-tamed beast, a promise of possibility, of untapped resources, of the unknown.

A vote is held, so customary in democracy; the vote is split. Tension rises as a valiant few step through this doorway to another world. A momentary respite, a breath of fear; thoughts turn to pressing matters – the threat of Cortez, the war for Salvation, the Iron Fist – Better the devil you know? Those few who remain, look to each other for a sign of clarity, their wounds fresh, their numbers severely dwindling – best to linger in uncertainty?

Questions begin to race as the night draws near, the smell of sulphur and gunpowder still fresh on the cold-air. The blood of friend and foe still wet on the ground, beads of sweat quenched in winter-chill.

Away in the distance, along the north road towards White Back Bay; figures begin to amass. Hundreds, thousands – so many figures the narrow passage is blotted from view, as the road swells with occupants a cry is heard from within the town; “Sails!” – a familiar ship pulls into the harbour a few miles East; Blackbeard’s Ship. Those fording travel to Frontier aboard his vessel gather their belongings and vital supplies, hard fought for the journey ahead. Those staying behind consider their choice, as the road shrinks under the bare of so many people moving ever closer.

The sky, now awash with the purples and reds of the setting sun, the chill in the air grows coarse, exhalations turn to mist on the air. Still the figures grow, several miles out – marching, onwards, closer.



Flying Lead: Smoke and Brass – Episode 1: The Hanged Man

FilmSim events and Eye LARP proudly presents a Johnathan Fisher & Kitty Dobson production:

Flying lead: Smoke & Brass.

5th April – 7th April 2019.

Welsh Drive, Eversley

Tickets price £75 for the Early Bird with a £35 deposit until the 1st march 2019. Ticket Price from the 2nd march will be £85 with a £45 deposit Please see booking details below. Capped at 30 players and up to 30 crew.

Story So Far

Its a new year and a new decade in the State of New Austin. The first few months of 1880 have been cold; the thaw took a little longer than usual, but now the first buds of spring are in the trees the roads seem somewhat busier these days, the state noisier then ever before, people from far and wide coming to this great state to make a life for themselves in the frontier.

It is a promise that brings them from the comfortable towns and profit-driven cities of the East Coast, and even further away in the old countries of their forefathers – the promise of land, and fortune, and perhaps adventure. A promise of a place where a person can trade the sweat on their brow for honest living, or where the lucky can take a chance and win big. But with the gold-hunters, hustlers, preachers and straight shooters come another type, always in the shadows, always following just behind. The presence of the law always needs the lawless, and when times are hard lawlessness often pays better.

You find yourself living in the hamlet of Sweetwater when word catches your ear that old Sheriff Carver and his deputies have apprehended the known outlaw Henry King and that he’s been sentenced to be hanged in the town of Goodwill, a local servicing town for the hamlets and ranches around the Juno valley. From your experience and what the locals have been saying, a hanging is a great spectacle in these parts and that the saloon and gambling house will be livelier then ever. Whether you love him or hate him, Henry King is so notorious that when folk talk about him in 20 years time, you want to be able to say that you were there at the end.


The game will start friday 5th April

Registration will be open from 17:00

safety and game brief will be at 20:00

time in will be 21:00 till 01:30 Friday. 10:00 till 01:30 Saturday  10:00 till 14:00 sunday

Please join our facebook page Smoke and Brass it is a close group please request to join.

The Forest

FilmSim events and Eye LARP proudly presents a John Haynes and Anna Darnena production, The Forest, 29th – 31st March 2019. The Welsh drive, Eversley, Hampshire £65/£75 on the gate. Please see booking details below. Capped at 40 players and up to 30 crew.

The Forest.

You sleep and you dream of the Forest. It is a strange place of masked creatures and meandering paths. In the Forest, childhood memories live alongside the more sinister fantasies of disillusioned adulthood. As you journey through it, your road takes you past the colorful pennants of Fluttertown, dark lairs, and via the winding streets of the underground Temple-city of Manchester. You are accompanied by mystic guides and worshipful followers.

In the Forest, you see yourself anew: both a reflection and a part of yourself you have long weaned away from the waking world. You, like so many inhabitants of this strange realm, are a mask-wearer. It defines you and tells the story of your exploits. This is the first dream.

You wake with a blank mask in your hand and your head swimming with new knowledge. You are a Kun Tatel, one of the kin. You have been summoned and this is your path to walk.

Henceforth, signs and portents will guide you to the place where you may dream again, where you may learn about others of the kin and about the devouring dark you can feel clinging to corners at the edge of consciousness.

When you dream again, you will feel the soft mulch under your feet and the first mark will be made on your mask as you begin your journey into the Forest.


Five Kingdoms – Noribans Children

FilmSim events and Eye LARP proudly presents a Josh SMith production, Five Kingdoms – Noribans Children, 8th March – 11th Mar 2019. Welsh Drive, Eversley

Tickets price £75 for the Early Bird with a £35 deposit until the 31st January 2019.

Ticket Price after the 1st Feburary will be £85 with a £40 deposit

Please see booking details below. Capped at 40 players and up to 30 crew.