Fresh from this year's Festival, INK are taking four short plays from some of the best writers with an East Anglian connection on tour.
The Famous Five
BY RICHARD CURTIS, ESTHER FREUD, BLAKE MORRISON, LIBBY PURVES AND STEVE WATERS.
DIRECTED BY HUW BRENTNALL AND JULIA SOWERBUTTS.
This year we invited some of the friends of INK to write brand new “micro-plays” for the festival, and all they had to work with was a picture of some old suitcases.
BY MILLIE MARTIN.
DIRECTED BY JAMES CHRISTOPHER.
A brief encounter between an MP and a model in a 1960s hotel room turns decidedly surreal when his wife makes an unexpected appearance.
BY MADELEINE ACCALIA.
DIRECTED BY PETER BROAD.
A breath-taking romp through the refugee crisis in Calais as witnessed by two brassy young girls, fresh out of university and brimful of middle-class cheek.
BY ROSS DUNSMORE.
DIRECTED BY PETER KAVANAGH.
A call-centre romance turns unexpectedly sour when Rob can’t explain to his irritated colleague-cum-partner exactly where he was last night.