Your visit to INK Festival 2019


INK Festival 2019 opens on Friday 12th April and is open daily from 9.30 am.

Friday 12th April

Saturday 13th April

Sunday 14th April.

The Festival headquarters is at The Cut, New Cut, Halesworth, Suffolk, IP19 8BY and this is where you should arrive to, collect tickets, wrist bands, programmes etc.

The majority of our performances take place in The Cut but this year, for the first time, we have performances spaces at MR King, the library and museum.

The Cut is three minutes walk from the station, parking is restricted, so please use a car park marked on the map.

If you need help with access or parking please contact – 01986 872555.

Where to eat

The Cut Cafe will open at 9.30am each day serving light breakfasts, coffee, cakes and quick lunches, as well as lots of drinks.

Upstairs on level 2 in The Gallery we have Cafe 51 from Southwold serving delicious lunches with fresh salads, cakes, desserts, drinks and lots more. The Suffolk Coffee Company will be serving freshly roasted coffee, tea and chocolate. This is a quiet space with lots of seating to relax between performances.


If you take your Festival Tickets to several restaurants in Halesworth they are offering 10% off your bill from Sunday 7th-14th April

The Boarding House

The Angel

De Argenteins

The White Hart

Raj Puth Balti House


Where to stay

There is a huge selection of places to stay close to Halesworth.

If you wish to book a cottage for the weekend try Best of Suffolk or Suffolk Secrets who both have a great selection of properties in the area.

The seaside towns of Southwold, Aldeburgh and Walberswick are all within a 20 minute drive.

Southwold – try The Swan Hotel or The Crown

Aldeburgh – try The Brudenell or The Wentworth

Walberswick – try The Anchor

All these towns and Halesworth also have lovely B & B’s,  many of which can be found on

Air B and B