Sincerely cheerful and pleasantly strange

From the puppet box, a young man peeks who might as well be a fairytale character himself. Every single piece of material he touches seems to come to life […]


Patriotism is at the forefront of a new children’s play in the National Theater, Glanni glæpur í Latabæ, and the common citizen in that city has no independent will […]

Glanni glæpur í Latabæ

Cheerful kids at the premiere

The children’s play Glanni glæpur í Latabæ premiered at the National Theater on Thursday night – September 30, 1999. The play is an independent sequel to Áfram Latibær, which […]

In the lobbie of the theater

The Sports elf steps down

I admit that I have little knowledge of Latibær, apart from the fact that I know Magnús Scheving’s first book, about the place that was read, which was children’s […]

Stefán Karl Stefánsson plays Glanni glæpur

I can wake up in all kinds of guises

Glanni glæpur í Latabæ. “I am the man who comes to Latibær with the stolen, expired canned food and intends to change the eating habits of the people in […]

Glanni glæpur

Review Glanni glæpur í Latabæ

The inhabitants of Latibær are very similar to other Icelanders. They can be hardworking, cultivate their garden and exercise, but it is also relatively easy to mislead them and […]

Glanni glæpur í Latabæ

Simple conflicts of good and evil

Glanni glæpur í Latabæ in the The National Theater (Þjóðleikhúsið) Latibær and the Sports Elf, the creation of aerobics champion Magnús Scheving, broke through with the youngest generation of […]

Glanni glæpur í Latabæ