INKLings Schools Programme

I love it when we go in to groups, write scripts and then perform.

Maddie, Age 11

It’s great fun and really inspired me to be part of the plays.

Alberto, Age 12

Emma’s playwriting project is great socially and emotionally, with the kids learning valuable life skills through a free thinking, creative programme.

Lee Jones, Director of After School Programmes, The Youth Foundation, Colorado USA.

I really like how you can work things out with each other. It’s a fun way to express your feelings and gives me the opportunity to work on my acting skills.

Taylor, Age 11

INK is delighted to welcome the multi-talented, vastly experienced and simply wonderful Emma Parsons to launch a brand new exciting INKlings venture in Primary schools this September 2017.

In both After School Clubs and In- School programmes, Emma will be exploring acting technique, stagecraft, improvisation and playwriting through a series of fun filled drama games. Children will discover the magical process of developing characters, storylines, and the joy of bringing these characters to life.

We aim to celebrate the children’s creativity and imagination, encourage their creative writing skills, boost their confidence, and support the development of life skills such as teamwork, communication, focus, discipline, respect, leadership and problem solving.

 

For more information on how INKLings could suit your school please email [email protected]

For more information about Emma please see the link below;

 

Emma Parsons trained at Webber Douglas Academy of Dramatic Art, London. As a professional actor she worked extensively in theatre, film and television in the UK including the West End and overseas.

Emma is also experienced in working with children of all ages and many nationalities. From storytelling sessions for little ones to post show workshops, from after school Playwright’s Projects to Shakespearean text work.

Emma has worked closely as an actor with the INK Festival since its conception, and now looks forward to sharing her passion for theatre and working with children. [email protected]