INK Festival 2025 will be 24th – 28th April – Save The Date!

2024 Festival Accessibility Statement

INK Festival Accessibility Statement 

THE INK Festival takes place across nine venues in Halesworth. We do our very best to ensure the whole site is as accessible as possible. If you have any needs relating to your comfort or enjoyment of events at any of the venues, please let us know when booking your ticket or email   

INK Ushers will be on hand at each venue for advice and our Box Offices in the Thoroughfare and The Cut Arts Centre will be open throughout the festival to assist you.    

It is possible to reserve a parking space for a small number of people with accessibility needs – please notify beforehand or talk to the Box Office on arrival.    

There is a complimentary Hoppa Bus available to take less able festival goers from one venue to the next (see timetable above) the Hoppa can accept walkers, but not wheelchairs.  

This year we have a PARK AND RIDE with frequent shuttles into town and back, the Hoppa is not able to take wheelchairs but can take walkers. 

Walking times between venues are here: 


Carers and Companions    

We offer a complimentary ticket for a carer/companion. Please select this option when buying your ticket, or for more information, contact If you notify us in advance, our venue stewards will be expecting you – simply make yourself known to them on arrival.    

Customers and their companions are welcome to visit our venues before attending a performance to familiarise themselves with the venue’s layout. Please contact us to request a pre-visit:    

Assistance dogs are welcome at all venues.     

Accessibility by Venue

All but two of our venues have wheelchair access and all are accessible by car for drop off. Please see below for full details.   

Stewards at each venue will be on hand to help. 

For any more help please contact

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