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

Children’s Activities at INK Festival

A group of K through grade 12 children standing together giving a thumbs up. The children are all different ages and races. The children have on purple, blue, red and gray shirts, are all smiling and standing in front of a white background.

Brilliant free workshops and activities for children of all ages run by professionals – book your space now.

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CREATE A RADIO PLAY!

12-16 year olds

A Fun, fast paced scriptwriting workshop for ambitious young writers and performers. We will devise and rehearse a radio play in record-breaking time … then perform it in front of a live audience!

Create

Friday 12 & Saturday 13 April

Co-op Community Room  10:30am – 4:00pm

FREE but places are limited so booking essential

Led by Suffolk based playwright Tassa Deparis , assisted by Beth Keys Holloway

Tassa is a Suffolk-based playwright. Locally, she has worked as Creative Facilitator with New Wolsey Theatre, Flight of the Escales, Babylon Theatre Arts and HighTide Theatre. She is currently Writer in Residence for HighTide and has had her work performed at Soho Theatre, ArtsDepot, English Theatre Berlin, Park Theatre and Theatre503.

Venue: Halesworth Co-op Community Room, Saxons Way, Halesworth IP19 8LU

 

Sunday 14 April

CUT Stage 9.00am – 11.30am

9.00am – 10.30am Rehearsal
10.45am – 11.00am INK Youth Showcase

– a live radio performance of a play devised over the last 2 days    

Entrance to the showcase is FREE and open to anyone – NO TICKET of any sort is required to watch

Venue: Cut Stage, Cut Arts Centre, 8 New Cut, Halesworth IP19 8BY

Book your 3-day place HERE – please submit one form per attendee

More information: please contact Tor Stewart at tor@inkfestival.org

An INKlings’ DRAMA ADVENTURE

For 8-11 year olds

Thursday 11 & Friday 12 April

Join MissAdventures Theatre Company for a special 2-day drama workshop packed full of imagination and theatrical fun!   

Participants will have the chance to explore all things theatre, in a relaxed and friendly environment. Using an array of dramatic costumes & props, the group will create scenes, stories, characters, and plays based on a variety of themes.  

These classes are perfect for those already interested in drama or for those just beginning their dramatic journeys. These theatrical two days can help boost confidence, build imagination & social skills, develop creative & critical thinking all whilst gaining theatre & acting skills and having loads of fun!  

All welcome to join the drama – come along to make new friends and learn new skills!  

Time: 9.00am (drop off) – 3.00pm 

FREE but places are limited so booking essential

Led by actor/director Camilla Falconbridge of MissAdventures Theatre Company – fully insured, enhanced DBS clearance & 20 years’ experience working in theatre with children and young people. 

Venue: Edgar Sewter Primary School, Norwich Road, Halesworth, IP19 8BU

BOOKINGS ARE NOW FULL – TO JOIN THE WAITING LIST PLEASE CONTACT TOR

More information: please contact Tor Stewart at tor@inkfestival.org

INK Youth Showcase

Sunday 14th April: CUT Stage – 10.45am – 11.00am

INK Youth Showcase – a live radio performance of a play devised over the last 2 days    

Entrance to the showcase is FREE and open to anyone – NO TICKET of any sort is required to watch

Venue: CUT Stage, CUT Arts Centre, 8 New Cut, Halesworth IP19 8BY

SUNDAY FUNDAY

Sunday 14 April: Halesworth Market Place – 11.00am – 4.00pm

Entrance is free to all

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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