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INK will receive Arts Council England funding for the 2017 festival! INK are hugely grateful and excited to be supported once again by Arts Council England, which will create further opportunities for the festival next April.
At INK we endeavour to create a dynamic and exciting festival, that offers something for everyone. So this year for INK Festival 2017, we are teaming up with the Young Filmmakers Club to hold our very first CHILDREN'S FILM SCHOOL!
A huge thank you to all those who came and supported us at The Pleasance theatre, and a big well done to the cast and crew of Daughter. With sell out shows and a fantastic 4* review, our first ever INK SPILL couldn’t have gone better. Read our fantastic 4* review by Liz Dyer at London Theatre 1 ...
A BIG THANK YOU to Norfolk County Council who have awarded us the Arts Project Fund for INK Festival 2017!
Wow what a fantastic day at HighTide we had on September 17th. With sell out shows and a packed audience in a fantastic venue, INK were thrilled at how well Thea Smiley's stage play, Role Play, was received.
INK are very excited to announce that the new writing stage play, 'Role Play', by Thea Smiley will be performed in a  dramatised rehearsed reading at HighTide Festival in September.
INK prides itself on being a "springboard" festival, with the aims of nurturing and developing new writing and helping the writers move their work onto the next step. This week we saw the new writing stage play, 'Role play', by Thea Smiley, which was premiered at the INK Festival in 2016, adapted into a short film.