Rewind to March 2020 and you may remember we were just about to go live with our production of Food and Feuds: Two Cooks of Hexham. We had no idea then how long the pandemic would last, and we are relieved to say we can finally bring news of a live show!

Thanks to funding from Arts Council, we can now reimagine the show with a mix of live performance and digital. To register your interest for the event, fill in the form below and you’ll be the first to hear about tickets when they are released:

Fill in the event registration form here.

Food and Feuds: Two Cooks of Hexham delves into the eventful life of Hannah Glasse, considered by many to be the first domestic goddess. This imaginary time-travelling performance celebrates Hannah as a strong, opinionated, and underrated woman, recognising what she achieved in inhospitable times.

Directed by Cinzia Hardy
Written by Fiona Ellis
Designed by Imogen Cloet

November Club will present the delayed live performance of Food and Feuds: Two Cooks of Hexham at the Great Hall, Hexham Abbey on Friday 12th & Saturday 13th November 2021.

The performance will also be live streamed and available afterwards on demand for a limited period. Full details will be announced soon.