We've had a fabulous first day at Cringleford Primary school in Norwich with our young film makers on the INK kid's FILM SCHOOL!
With well over 1,000 acclaimed performances of a one-man show headlining in the west end and touring small venues, Iestyn Edwards gives advice in making your own work,  booking dates and doing your own press and PR.
INK are teaming up with Miss Adventures Theatre Company who will be bringing us a fun and friendly drama workshop with games, exercises and activities designed to build self-confidence, encourage imagination and improve social skills, all whilst learning new techniques and creating original stories!  
The first thirty minutes of  INK patron Esther Freud’s first play, Stitchers, can be seen in a premiere performance in the form of a rehearsed reading directed by INK patron Helen Atkinson Wood.

INK are delighted to announce that Astrid Ronning will be bringing an informal taste of the comedy genius of her mother, Peg Lynch, to this years Festival. Astrid will be...

INK is delighted to announce a series of inspiring workshops for writers at the 2017 festival.
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!