November Club is a multi-award winning arts company. We work both indoors and outdoors, in unusual places, with local communities, professional artists and performers, weaving stories into 'meaningful magic'.
19th and 20th August • 10 - 4pm • £25
Do you want to get a peek into the secrets of making theatre?
If you're aged 9 - 16 and like acting and storytelling come and be part of November Club's Summer Drama Workshop. Led by Charlotte Sisson, the workshop will start with drama games exploring your stories and create some new theatre!
Step into Utopia HQ and it’s as if you’ve fallen through a crack in time. The Estate Office of Sir Charles Phillips Trevelyan at Wallington Hall has been transformed into a polling station, and in each of the voting booths there is a peep hole to the past.
It’s all part of the National Trust’s ‘Vote’ Project, and November Club artist Imogen Cloët has created a new installation, inspired by the Trevelyan’s desire to create a socialist utopia.
Polly’s looking peaky, Lilliput has come to life and there’s a hump backed zebra in the library. Where else can we be, but back at Wallington with the madcap Trevelyans.
The Trevelyan children of the past have hidden things all around the house and the House Manager’s in a pickle because he needs today’s children to come to the rescue, and release the fun back into the house.
Release the fun! is an adventure through the house at Wallington. National Trust conventions have been overturned, with the cheeky team from November Club creating a self-directed trail of quirky questions and peculiar puzzles.
Cinzia Hardy, November Club’s Creative Director said: “The Trevelyans were real thinkers and loved puzzles, brain bending activities and making up their own games. We’re not saying there is no fun at Wallington, what we are saying is that Release the Fun! brings a whole lot... Read more
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 Creative 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... Read more