Welcome to Enter CIC

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Our Philosophy “Our Philosophy is clear and uncomplicated – creative expression is the vehicle, the individual’s skills and confidence is the destination; the journey is shared” Our Methodology “We use creative activities to empower young people and allow them to impact their communities, its economy and their own citizenship in a collaborative and positive manner through experiential learning and encouraging aspiration”. Activities include dance, drama, music, guitar, musical theatre, BTEC, drumming, singing and general performing arts. Our Impact “Since our inception in 2010, we have made a positive difference in…

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Wednesday Club

The Wednesday sessions will operate on a rotation basis. Participants experience classes in a number of different arts disciplines including Dance, Drama, Art, Media, Guitar, Keyboard, Drums and Singing. We can also offer private tuition and small group sessions. The Wednesday sessions currently run every Wednesday evening at Broom Cottages Primary School, Ferryhill, County Durham: First session – Younger group (Age 3 to 12) 5:15pm to 7:00pm Second session – Older group (Age 13+) 7:00pm to 8:15pm If you would be interested in any of these sessions please call 01740…

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Mark Benton

Mark Benton

Mark says: “I think that Enter CIC providing this kind of opportunity for young people will enrich the lives of everyone involved…and it’s great for the North East.” Additional Info: Mark is well known for his many film, TV and commercial roles. He has appeared in Mike Leigh’s ‘Career Girls’, Boon, Barbara and as Howard in Northern Lights with Robson Green. He has performed with Reeves and Mortimer and in Britannia High, Waterloo Road, Doctor Who and Scoop. He is also well known for his ongoing role as an undiplomatic…

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Jeff Williams

Jeff Williams

Jeff says: “So many children have a talent for unfettered creativity, making imaginative leaps and connections that can sometimes take the breath away. Many too have inbuilt skills that enable them to produce artworks that are dizzying in their subtlety, scope and invention. These are precious and fragile gifts, ones that without guidance, stimulation, a proper environment in which they can be encouraged and allowed to flourish, simply fizzle out, fade away. I support wholeheartedly any attempt to identify and encourage kids with talent, to help develop the skills and…

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