TK Tallent Fund


We recently applied to the TK Tallent Fund for some funding for equipment to use use in our new venue. We were delighted to find out that we had been successful with our application. With this funding we have been able to purchase our own LED stage lights and a lighting board that we can use for our performances. We received the lights yesterday and our stage crew immediately got to work assembling, focusing and programming for our upcoming show Rock Nativity. These lights will not only enable us to…

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Methodist Church Performance


“ENTER DOES IT AGAIN! For the second time this year, people showing their emotions with tears of joy. Another wonderful performance, Sunderland (Empire) was the tops, but coming home to Ferryhill to perform in front of family and friends was equally touching. How these young people have grown in confidence is amazing to see. Excellent carol service with the youngsters singing a selection of wonderful songs and carols well done to you all. A special mention to the many people working in the background for your hard work and dedication”…

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Hex Magazine Article


We are delighted to have been featured in an issue of Hex (Harmony Express) magazine which is the official publication of The British Association of Barbershop Singers. The article was sent in by Les McGhee from Northern Acchord, who worked with Enter CIC on the production of The Wind Road Boys in August 2012. Please see the article below. .

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St Lukes Performance


On Monday 10th December 2012 we were invited to St Luke’s Church in Ferryhill to celebrate the Mayors Christmas Carol Service. Our Upper School group performed ‘O Holy Night’, ‘We Wish you a Merry Christmas’ and ‘The Light Shines On’ from The Wind Road Boys in front of the Mayor of Ferryhill Councillor Amy Rimington, Mayor of Spennymoor Councillor George Tolley and the Ferryhill Community.   The congregation were delighted to see young people from Ferryhill performing for the community and hope to see more performances from the young people…

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