‘We all have a novel or a play or a film inside us struggling to get out, yet few of us ever get around to starting work on it. That’s where Euphoric Ink and their writing courses can help you to take the first steps.’ Allan McLaughlin, journalist.


Euphoric Ink is the word on plays – from how to conceive them, write them, structure them, and improve them, to how you might move them from the page to the stage.

Fun is at the core of the Euphoric Ink approach. We like to keep things simple, practical and accessible.

Euphoric Ink aims to inspire, coach and develop writers – to make your writing a Euphoric experience.

With over 30 years of experience of inspiring and guiding people through the process of bringing their stories to life, we believe that everyone has a story tell.


Euphoric Ink is a playwriting consultancy designed to support writers through every stage of the creative process. Offering high quality, rigorous and fun approaches to playwriting and script development.

From the germ of an idea, to a sketchy outline, to a polished gem, with the help of Euphoric Ink your creativity will flow as your play script grows.

Company history:

Euphoric Ink was founded by Ola Animashawun and Nadine Khadr Renton in February 2010. Since then, we have taught, coached, advised and facilitated the development of over 300 writers.

Today, Ola supports playwrights at all stages of their careers in the development of their work. As an actor, director, and theatre-maker, Ola has been working in theatre for the past 30 years, with 20 of those 30 years dedicated to specialising in script development as a dramaturg, facilitator and script editor- running playwriting workshops for all levels of experience, and working with playwrights on a one to one basis.


“Ola Animashawun is blessed of a wisdom that arrives like happiness itself ... He has been the Royal Court’s secret weapon for years.”

Jeanie O’Hare, Former Literary Manager, Royal Shakespeare Company
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