Edinburgh Fringe 2014

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Enter CIC fight hard to secure amazing opportunities for students studying with us. This has led to our students performing at class A theatres such as Sunderland Empire and also Gala Theatre, Durham, Auckland Castle and Durham Cathedral to name a few. We are always looking to put our talented cast on the biggest stages, so we decided to take our students to The Edinburgh Festival Fringe. The Fringe Festival is the largest arts festival in the world and the perfect setting to showcase the talents on offer at Enter…

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The Fringe Experience

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What an incredible few days we have had at The Edinburgh Fringe Festival so far. Our cast of students and professionals have been amazing attracting big crowds with their professional performances on and off stage. On Sunday 10th August we had our opening night at Spotlites @ The Merchant’s Hall that blew the audience away. We received some fantastic reviews that were well deserved for all the hard work everyone puts in to the performances. ****“…gripping…passionate…compelling…impressive…” British Theatre Guide – Click here for the full review. **** “This may be…

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DIDO Home Fires Performance

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On Monday 4th August 2014, Enter CIC were once again invited to perform at Ferryhill’s local DIDO (Days In Days Out) group. Members from our Upper School group presented the group with some powerful scenes and numbers from our latest production entitled Home Fires. The local community, some of whom were unable to come and see the full production at Auckland Castle were excited at seeing the students from Enter CIC again. It was a fantastic tribute to commemorate the start of World War 1. To perform it on this…

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Home Fires Auckland Castle

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On the 28th, 29th and 30th July 2014 we took our brand new, original production ‘Home Fires’ to the beautiful and iconic venue Auckland Castle. The new show, written by company founder Paul D Flynn was a special performance put together to commemorate the beginning of the first World War. The production had everything, song, dance, poetry and even some light hearted comedy, which was sensitively portrayed in a story about soldiers and the loved ones they left behind during the War. It was not only another great performance opportunity…

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