Home Fires – Available for Licensing

We have recently made Home Fires, our World War One commemoration musical available for licensing to amateur and professional companies. We are delighted that it is being staged by a youth performance group in Cornwall and we know that it will be an emotional event and very much look forward to hearing about its success and seeing performance pictures. If you would like to license the production, please call 01740 655437, or email info@entercic.org for further information.

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Shotton Colliery – The Wind Road Boys, Concert Version

We have been very busy with our professional touring production ‘The Wind Road Boys’. On Saturday 17th March 2018 the Wind Road Boys cast visited Shotton Colliery and performed a concert version of the production. The audience absolutely loved it and once again were full of praise and appreciation for the production, performers and creative team. The Wind Road Boys is a unique piece of theatre and has proved that whether it is staged in large-scale theatres, festivals, or local community halls it still has the same impact. Audience response…

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Festival of Remembrance Concert

Enter CIC is participating in the Festival of Remembrance Concert on Saturday 11th November 2017 at Durham Cathedral. We are delighted to have been invited to perform in this emotional, commemorative event. We have chosen to performing extracts from our own musical entitled, Home Fires with music and lyrics by North-East writer and composer, Paul Flynn. On Tuesday 17th October 2017 some of our cast members attended Durham Cathedral to participate in the media release for the event. Our cast performed beautifully for a number of TV stations, broadcasters and photographers. Our…

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Home Fires at TrimFest

On Friday 21st October, our upper school had another opportunity to perform the amazing commemorative World War 1 musical entitled Home Fires, written by Paul Flynn. The musical examines the lives of those left at home during the first world war. Enter CIC’s cast once again displayed their enthusiasm, dedication and professionalism to the captivated audience. The day started at 10am as our amazingly dedicated crew and volunteers descended on Trimdon village hall and began the job of transforming the hall into the setting for Home Fires. At 1pm, our…

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The Wind Road Boys

Well its been a wonderful summer and to say Enter CIC have been busy is a huge understatement! During July and August 2016 Enter CIC once again toured their magnificent production entitled The Wind Road Boys (which celebrates the coal mining industry and related traditions) across the North East of England. The tour traveled to many theatres including Hartlepool Town Hall, Phoenix Theatre (Blyth), The Sage (Gateshead), Stanley Civic Hall, Woodhorn Museum. In addition to staging the production at traditional theatres, Enter CIC also remained true to their commitment to…

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