Joe Hufton stand in front of a book case

Joe has spent his career making site-specific and immersive theatre of all shapes and sizes. His work has been seen in Victorian railway tunnels, old coal mines, abandoned shopping malls in China, an office block in Hong Kong, a country house in Norfolk and a fish hut in rural Scotland. His work often has a participatory element to it, and he is always exploring new ways that audiences can interact with stories and space.

Joe was part of the multi award winning Belt Up Theatre before training at LAMDA as a director. He has previously made work for some of the most influential names in immersive theatre, including Secret Cinema, Bompas & Parr and most notably Les Enfants Terribles, where he was an Associate Artist.

As well as directing theatre, Joe has led development and consultancy projects in the heritage and commercial sector based around site-specific story telling. His work with The National Trust won multiple awards.

Joe is November Club’s second Artistic Director & CEO and took up position in January 2021.