We are delighted to be able to inform you that In June 2013 The Wind Road Boys will be returning to the stage. The musical had its premiere at Sunderland Empire in August 2012. Over 1000 people attended the premiere and at the end of the performance the cast received a lengthy standing ovation. The response to The Wind Road Boys production has been amazing (see quotes below). Since the productions premiere, we have been inundated with requests for it to be performed again. Therefore, we are delighted to announce that The Wind Road Boys will now be performed at the Gala Theatre Durham on Tuesday June 11th & Wednesday June 12th 2013. We would like to extend our thanks to the Sir James Knott Trust who have provided some funding to assist with theatre hire.
To see pictures, video and for more information about The Wind Road Boys, please visit our website at www.entercic.org/wrb
Tickets will be available to buy at the Gala Theatre Box Office (0191 332 4041) or click here. *Please note tickets are only available from the Box Office and not Enter CIC.
“That performance last night was out of this world! I have been to the West End on many occasions and I say this with all
Paul McGinnety, Commissioning Manager, Children and Adult Services, Durham County Council
“I just wanted to drop you a line to thank you for my invite to The Wind Road Boys. My friend and I were so impressed and it certainly exceeded our expectations. I am not sure how these things work, but I felt this musical is worthy of national acclaim. Considering all of your songs were new and original they were all extremely inspiring and noteworthy. The performers did so well and were so enthusiastic and passionate about telling the story which was very evident. Your organisation is so impressive. Congratulations on a strong piece of work and I really hope that it gains the national recognition it so richly deserves”
Barbara Gubbins Chief Executive County Durham Foundation
“I would like to congratulate you on an excellent performance which was at the same time instructive, humorous and moving but most of all hugely entertaining. My wife and I both thoroughly enjoyed the performance and would be grateful if you could convey our best wishes and appreciation to all involved in this production. You should all be very justifiably proud and justly deserved the lengthy standing ovation you received last night”
Michael Banks Assistant Chief Constable of Durham Constabulary