The elephant is on stage!  Or was, in 1830, at the Theatre Royal in Newcastle.  The Talented and Colossal Mademoiselle D'Jeck was on trial in Newcastle, having killed her keeper in Morpeth as he had treated her badly.  She was found guilty and fined five shillings - a small sum, as she was earning £20 for each performance at the theatre.  

November Club created a promenade performance, based on this true story, which took the audience into unseen parts of the theatre. I carried out the evaluation which showed that it had attracted a new audience, of all ages, to November Club's carefully-researched and quirky show.