WHAT’S ON 2022

After the hugely successful and acclaimed 2022 Festival, we are not resting on our laurels.

Here are the highlights of what’s new in 2022 and 2023.

 
 
 
 
 

 


 

CUCKOO

A NEW PLAY BY YOUNG, IPSWICH-BASED WRITER MARTHA LOADER, MENTORED BY OLIVIER AWARD WINNING PLAYWRIGHT, LUCY KIRKWOOD – ALSO BASED IN EAST ANGLIA –  PERFORMED AT THE INK FESTIVAL 2022 FOLLOWED BY A TOUR OF SUFFOLK & NORFOLK SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES DURING THE 2022 SUMMER TERM.

READ THE TOUR DETAILS HERE

The 35-minute play explores the issues around the risk to young people by County Lines.

This fast moving, punchy, entertaining play aims to illustrate how young people are being targeted by exploitative drug traffickers, what the consequences are for those who find themselves caught up in these dangerous networks, the impact on their families and the  communities in which they live. Our aim is to engage, inform and enlighten, not only vulnerable teenagers, but also their teachers, their families and the wider community.

Students have the opportunity of participating in workshops to create their own short plays based on County Lines, some of which will be selected to be part of INK Festival 2023!


TWO SCRIPT WRITING WORKSHOPS

INK Beginner

Script writing led by Griff Scott

INK Intermediate

Script writing led by Chris Larner

Alternate Wednesdays from 28th September 2022 – 15th February 2023

18.00-19.30

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WRITERS’ FORUM 2022-2023

Script development with live performances and feedback in Halesworth, Suffolk

Monthly for 6 months from September Dates TBC .

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EAST SUFFOLK ONE

EAST SUFFOLK ONE – Radio where we live!

East Suffolk One is a brand-new digital radio station with music, local news and information for East Suffolk.

As one of INK’s partners, East Suffolk One proudly broadcasts new short plays from INK daily at 10:30am and 2:30pm!