Productions

Moving In: Lady Molly makes a house a home

National Trust Wallington

Past Production
Moving In: Lady Molly makes a house a home
In September 1928, Sir Charles Philip Trevelyan inherited Wallington after his father, Sir George Otto Trevelyan, died aged 90 and left the house badly neglected and the whole estate run down. His wife Lady Molly and their six children, aged between 8 and 22 move in and the family gathers in the Central Hall to shout as loudly as they can to wake up the house...

Conceived by November Club with the Wallington House Team. Moving In will be available to the public from May – October 2017. The house is open 12noon – 5pm seven days a week.

Beyond the End of the Road

A new musical for Northumberland

Current Production
Beyond the End of the Road

When the city meets the Northumberland countryside, all is not what it seems... what is the news ‘Beyond the End of the Road’?

Dates: Friday 2 June – Saturday 1 July 2017

Reflections of Newcastle 1914-18

Current Production
Reflections of Newcastle 1914-18

iBooks and city walks, Lit & Phil, Newcastle city centre and online.

Lit & Phil and online.
1 July 2016 onwards                iBooks
1 July – 11 December 2016      WW1 Trail

Why are you here?

Current Production
Why are you here?

Installations at Blickling Hall National Trust, Norfolk.

Blickling Hall, Aylsham, Norfolk, NR11 6NF.
2015 – 2017.