An Immersive Northumbrian Experience

Listening instead of watching focuses attention on the words and that suits Fiona Ellis. The writer tells David Whetstone about a new series of audio tales highlighting the magic of Northumberland. Read more

Goodbye from Cinzia

After fifteen years establishing and leading November Club, Artistic Director and Chief Executive Cinzia Hardy will now step down. Here she wishes you well and says her final goodbye... Read more

Writing Lost, Found and Told

Fiona Ellis is a writer based in Northumberland. She has written several projects for November Club, including the most recent Lost, Found and Told... Read more

Me and My Practice

We worked with Sound Designer Matthew Tuckey on the making of Lost Found and Told: New Audio Tales for Northumberland. Re-visit some of his field locations as he talks us through what he actually did. Read more

Seamas Carey’s (non) Activity Report

In September 2020 we announced the winner of the Maurice O'Connell artist bursary as Seamas Carey from Cornwall. This is his first blog post from the field... Read more

Young people take over

We've been working with a group of young people behind the scenes on Repeat Signal. Here's what happened when they got to interview the cast during a recent site visit. Read more

Repeat Signal Watch Party

It's been an absolute pleasure working with a group of young people on Repeat Signal. They joined us for a watch party to see the final show... Read more

Pilgrims Walk to Holy Island

We spoke to Mary Gunn, of Holy Island Hikes about what walkers can expect on our pilgrims walk to Holy Island on 14 August. Read more

Ready to launch!

Why is a theatre company walking across Northumberland? Artistic Director, Joe Hufton explains all as he is set to walk 125 miles across St Oswald's Way this summer... Read more

Hexham to Great Whittington

Joe recaps his conversations on the road with Kirstin, Richard and Mary Read more

Great Whittington to Kirkwhelpington

Joe reflects on his walk with Ruth and Cinzia Read more

The wet walk to Thropton

Joe is still drying out from the short walk from Rothbury to Thropton on Friday 30 July. Find out who he met along the way... Read more