November Club is one of eight Arts Council England National Portfolio Organisations (NPO) in Northumberland, and one of 15 cultural organisations in receipt of regular funding from Northumberland County Council.
Our aim is to remove some of the barriers facing audiences, to allow them to enjoy a high-quality artistic experience. November Club is not venue-based. Our productions and projects take place in predominantly rural locations, in a range of venues or outdoor locations across Northumberland and the wider North East.
Everyone should have the opportunity for their lives to be enriched by high quality, fun and inspiring cultural activities. We embed our projects within the locations in which we work and engage people from diverse backgrounds to deliver the best possible experience, with great artistic quality, to our audiences and participants.
Over the past three years November Club has:
November Club is a registered charity. The public funding we receive only goes part of the way to allow us to deliver the work we do. We could not do what we do without the generous support of our corporate partners, funders and individual donors.
November Club is an ambitious company, we want to continue to grow, create and deliver more artistic projects and allow new audiences to benefit from and enjoy participating in the arts.
Read more about some of our favourite projects and productions and the impact they have had on the places and people we've worked with.
As part of our work with the refugee community in Blyth we met an amateur tanbur player, Khalil Abdulrahman.
Working with refugees in Northumberland discovering the pertinent issues for people in the county today. Part of Great Northumberland 2019.
Delivering memorable arts experiences in rural communities
Inspiring vulnerable and disadvantaged young people through a variety of arts experiences.