Salvör Gullbrá is an Icelandic theater and performance maker, stand-up comedian and activist. She completed her Bachelors’ degree in Theater and Performance making at the IUA in 2019. She has been one of the organizers of the Icelandic SlutWalk, worked in journalism, interned at Schaubuhne theater as well as writing, directing and producing her own work. She is also part of the four women standup group Funny Gurlz. Her ongoing project, Krakkaveldi/Kidarchy, started as an idea to form a children’s political party on stage, but has since expanded to being an ongoing performance project in collaboration with around 20 children aged 8-12, and counting. Kidarchy was the recipient of the Childrens Culture fund grant in 2019 and was part of Reykjavik Dance Festival’s program in 2019, as well as landing her in the ASSITEJ Next Generation program in 2019.

Salvör is interested in creating Utopias on stage, challenging the world we live in in various ways. Anarchism, child activism, feminism and plastic flowers are common themes in her work.
Directing polish-icelandic theater group PóliS in their production Co za poroniony pomysl, premiered in Borgarleikhúsið February 2022

Krakkaveldi’s latest project Barnabarinn(Kidarchy’s Bar) premiered in The Nordic House Iceland

Krakkaveldi takeover of Iðnó as part of Reykjavík Arts Festival’s Club Program

Co-creation and performing in Neind Thing, a dance performance by Inga Huld Hákonardóttir, premiered in Tjarnarbíó

Directing polish-icelandic theater group PóliS in their production Co za poroniony pomysl

Co-creating and performing PLANTASIA, a performance for/with plants for Plöntutíð Festival 2020

May - Kidarchy premiered at Iðnó theater 2019 as Salvör’s graduation piece in Theater and Performance making.

November - Kidarchy II premieres at Reykjavik Dance Festival.

Internship with British performance maker Ant Hampton

Editor of the book I AM A SLUT, published by the icelandic SlutWalk in collaboration with Salka publishing house.

Assistance director to Þorsteinn Bachmann during production of the play SMÁN by Ayad Akhtar, which premiered at The National Theater in 2017.

Journalist at local newspaper, Fréttatíminn.

Internship with german director Falk Richter's production FEAR at the Berlin Schaubühne in 2015.

Organizing of the Icelandic SlutWalk: Working on concepts, organization and planning, marketing etc.