July 23, 2019

Mad Womxn In The Attic lets you know what it’s up to from the start. The play opens with a direct address to the audience (“Raise your hand if you’ve ever felt pain”), picking out pages of the script like tarot cards to be played in a random order. This play knows how...

June 15, 2019

To start Silent Meat feels like your standard contemporary play, a monolgue-esque story with amusing metaphors and heartwarming storytelling, but then the play morphs into something much deeper and more powerful. The multiple plots—a son’s relationship, a mother’s chro...

June 12, 2019

But But But is a work-in-progress by a collection of three LGBT+ women who span an array of identities and experiences. Through a collection of pieces from interpretive dance to a vulva baking competition, the play attempts to address the nuances of being an LGBT+ woma...

May 13, 2019

You might not think of short plays as dramatic theatre, however, INK festival’s latest contribution would prove you wrong. The plays span themes such as the loss of a parent, lovers quarrels and poor musical theatre directing choices. Whilst the first half was a bit hi...

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