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November Club is a performing arts company based in Morpeth, Northumberland.

We make high quality theatre telling unexpected stories of diverse 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 own tales become a central part of our work. 

We bring stories of local history, hopes and pride to life. We bring communities together; creating memorable shared experiences, exploring new ideas, meeting new people and most importantly, making new fun.

Vacancy: Marketing & Audience Development Manager

£25 - 27K pro rata (depending on experience)
2 days per week

November Club is seeking an experienced professional to be responsible for all aspects of November Club’s marketing, audience development and PR.
·         The successful candidate should be available to start in February 2017
·         The position will, initially, be offered on a 1yr contract of employment to March 2018 with potential to extend to a subsequent 4yr contract (2018-22), subject to receipt of ongoing NPO funding from Arts Council England

Closing date:  12noon Tuesday 20th December 2016
Interviews will take place on Wednesday 4th January 2017 in Morpeth

Download the Application Pack
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Reflections of Newcastle - extended at Lit & Phil

There's now more time to explore our iBooks and trail at the Lit and Phil - telling stories of Newcastle during WW1 as never heard before...

The project will stay on at the library until 11 Dec - come down and discover what life at the library and in the city was like during these wartime years.

For more information about the project visit the production page here.

The Great Performing Rope on film

We're excited to share our a special documentary film of our recent project, The Great Performing Rope, presented in Berwick upon Tweed last year.

900m of rope, 900 stories for Berwick...check out the full length film here and rediscover this project celebrating the past, present and future - and not forgetting the people - of this distinct border town.


Why are you here?

Blickling desk

Why are you here? is the question November Club has posed to visitors to Bickling Hall in Norfolk.

2015 is the 75th Anniversary of the untimely death of Philip Kerr, the 11th Marquis of Lothian and his bequest of Bickling to the National Trust.

November Club Artistic Director and Artist Imogen Cloet have posed the question; “Why are you here?” The question is double-edged, asking visitors to consider the whole purpose of why we have the National Trust and its magnificent houses and why each visitor has come to Bickling on that day and at that time.

“It’s a bit like a jigsaw puzzle.” Says Cinzia, “There isn’t a clear beginning middle or end to the tour, at least not in that order, we want visitors to think about the different aspects of the house and the people who have lived here and then draw their own conclusions about why they are here.”

Bickling is at Aylsham, Norfolk, NR11 6NF.

Check the Blickling website for opening times.

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