Students to perform extracts from show


Our Upper School students will be performing extracts from The Wind Road Boys at The Royal British Legion Club in Ferryhill on Thursday 25th October. We were asked if we could present an informal sharing of work after an ex-miner at the club was unable to attend the Sunderland Empire performance and really wanted to see it. Once again our students are delighted to be given the opportunity to perform for the community.

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Sherborne training


Enter CIC provided the opportunity for eleven staff and volunteers to attend a training course based on the Sherborne Developmental Movement. The Sherborne Developmental Movement is an approach to teaching and working with movement that is both accessible, especially by people with minimal movement experience.This approach is based on the philosophy and theory created by Rudolf Laban (Pioneer and founder of Modern European Dance and movement analysis) and devised by Veronica Sherborne after having worked closely with Laban for 2 years. Her approach to teaching movement is firmly rooted in…

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WRB gallery evening


We are currently organising a gallery evening to showcase the photographs that were taken at The Wind Road Boys production. We have so many brilliant pictures we thought it would be great to have a gallery evening to celebrate the success of the show. It will also give everyone the chance to purchase a picture. We are hoping to host the gallery evening at our new venue in the next few weeks so keep an eye out for dates and times here and on our Facebook page. If you would…

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Northern Acchord


Our young people were joined on stage by Northern Acchord (also known as Tees Valley Barbershop Harmony Club formed in 2003) for The Wind Road Boys production. We would like to thank Northern Acchord for giving us their time for the show. The founder members of this club were five members of Spirit of Harmony who regularly travelled south each Thursday from Teesside to West Yorkshire to engage in barbershop singing workshops, but rather than continue doing this, in 2003 they decided to set up a local club and T.V.B.H.C.…

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WRB VIP reception


We would like to thank everyone who travelled far and wide to share such a special night. Before the show we held a VIP reception. Some of our young people were chosen to present gifts to the dignitaries. We decided not to give flowers this time, instead we had beautiful chocolate trees which had been specially created by Enter Volunteer, Susan King. We welcomed the Chair of County Durham Council, Vice-Chair of County Durham Council, Assistant Chief Constable of Durham Constabulary, four Mayors, numerous County Councillors, representatives from livin, esteemed…

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Enter’s new home


Enter have been hard at work trying to find a base from which to run our sessions. We have spent over two years supporting local venues through our venue hire and this has meant valuable income for them. However, we felt that it was time that we had a venue that we could use exclusively, without having to move children around rooms (or even around the town) when other hirers came in to use the spaces. At last, we have been offered exclusive use of the old Ferryhill Baptist Church…

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