The presidential couple visit LazyTown

For decades, Ólafur (the Icelandic president) has made sure to exercise at least 50 minutes a day. “We usually start the day with a power walk with Sámi. But […]

Sportacus visits hospital

This year, Children’s Hospital Hringins will benefit from the community initiative of Radisson BLU Hotel Saga and Park Inn Ísland, both part of the Rezidor Hotel chain, who each […]

No one’s lazy at the LazyTown gym

The Sports Center in Kópavogur will have a LazyTown gym this winter for the youngest athletes. There, the children get to play and meet Sportacus at the end of […]

Children had a great time at Norðurál Games

A large number of people attended the Norðurál Games, which were held in the Akranes Hall last Saturday. The games were one of the programs of the Year of […]

LazyTown joins in health promotion with Norðurál

On Tuesday, February 15, 2011, the Norðurál’s health year committee visited the LazyTown Studio, which is located at Miðhrauni 4 in Garðabær. LazyTown and the activities that take place […]

LazyTown at the World Fair Expo in Shanghai, China

One of the companies that have visited Shanghai on the occasion of the World Fair Expo was LazyTown. “It was a great honor to be able to participate on […]

Sportacus and Stephanie came to visit

More than 300 kids and parents attended the Höllini on Saturday, where Sportacus and Stephanie were present. Sportacus, who is no longer Magnús Scheving, and Stephanie showed their art […]

Props of LazyTown become playground in Reykjanesbaer

Visitors to Reykjanesbaer can put themselves in the shoes of Stephanie, Sportacus and Robbie Rotten this autumn. An adventure park is to be opened at Ljósanótt in Reykjanesbaer with […]

Obama played football with Sportacus

“This is a great honor for me and everyone in LazyTown,” said Sports legend Magnús Scheving in an interview with Sjónvarp after his meeting with Michelle Obama, the […]

Sportacus at the FH’s Sports School

The last day of FH’s Sports School was not long ago and over 100 children attended with their parents. There was a sense of adventure leading up to it […]