It's a wrap!

This summer we took our musical Beyond the End of the Road to sell out crowds across Northumberland. Thank you to everyone who came and supported the show, we had an incredible journey. But don't just take our word for it...

We have had some incredible feedback from audiences seeing Beyond the End of the Road. Here's some highlights.

 

Spellbinding, moving, magical, made me proud to live in Northumberland - I love this PLACE. Hexham Auction Mart, 2nd June.

Terrific evening and performance. Loved the theme, music, acting, production and the audience participation was really special. Authentic, brilliantly developed and researched. Thank you. Hexham Auction Mar, 2nd June.

Brilliant night out, really special. Thropton, 9th June.

I love it! Live music, imaginative story, well performed but grounded in everyones experience we need more of this in rural communities. Felton, 11th June.

Oh! This was breathtakingly good. It made us laugh, cry, sing and think about the wonderful place we live in. Thank you November Club see you on the West End! Felton, 11th June.

Utterly fab, caught the spirit of rural life and ticked all the reasons I'm here. Loved it. Come again. Bardon Mill, 25th June.

Thoroughly enjoyed the show it was a life experience. Sage Gateshead, 27th June.

Absolutely fab performance. Thoroughly drawn into the story and excellent performance from the cast. Whalton, 30th June.

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We're currently looking at various funding options for us to be able to re mount Beyond the End of the Road and bring it back on tour. Make sure you sign up to our newsletter to be the first to hear about the latest news and announcements from November Club.

The production of Beyond the End of the Road is possible by an £85,000 strategic touring grant from Arts Council England, with additional support from the Esmee Fairbairn Foundation, together with The Joicey Trust, Northumberland County Council, Northumberland National Park and the Community Foundation for Tyne and Wear. In collaboration with Highlights Rural Touring Scheme.