November Club is a performing arts company. We make site-specific productions that explore the stories of the local communities with whom we work. We work indoors and outdoors in all sorts of places to weave together historical and contemporary themes. Participation is central to what we do. We invite our audiences to share their experiences, heritage and creativity, to take extraordinary journeys into unexpected places.
When the city meets the Northumberland countryside, all is not what it seems... what is the news ‘Beyond the End of the Road’?
iBooks and city walks, Lit & Phil, Newcastle city centre and online.
Installations at Blickling Hall National Trust, Norfolk.
For the last 10 years November Club has made playful and inspiring theatre and installations, telling unexpected stories of all sorts of people and places. Sharing memories, hopes and dreams is part of what we do. Weaving together historical and contemporary themes, our work is always made in collaboration with local people whose tales become central to our projects.
It’s September 1928 and Sir Charles Philips Trevelyan has inherited Wallington. He moves in with his wife Lady Molly and their six children, aged between 8 and 22. Sir Charles’ father, Sir George Otto Trevelyan, died aged 90 in August 1928 and left the house badly neglected and the whole estate run down.