We’re also busy doing…
- We have just concluded the January 2023 examination series and we are now enrolling for Summer 2023 and Autumn 2023 GCSE, IGCSE, AS, OCR, A Level, Functional skills exams.
- Tutoring for 2023/2024 Academic Year is underway.
- We’re preparing for Results Days (all exams).
- We’re now an official UCAS Registered Centre, so can offer a wide range of pre-University services, including helping with UCAS applications, personal statements and more.
To discover more about Enter CIC’s academic services, please visit our academic website: Private Exams North East
COMMUNITY: Music Cafe
- We are currently running our Music Cafe for the elderly. Supported by County Durham Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG), Happiness Hubs and PCP, these are great opportunities which promote fun, friendship, positive mental health and community spirit.
A few of our recent projects
Enter is constantly busy producing a wide range of projects, original productions and performances for a great number of community organisations, charities and commercial companies.
MBF Festival Launch
We recently performed at the launch event of the Durham 2029 MBF Festival launch.
It was an honour to perform at this fabulous event and we would like to extend a huge thank you to the wonderful festival organisers for inviting Enter CIC to be part of the evening.
Well done to our fabulous cast who were amazing as usual.
21st January 2023
The Snowman and Friends
Our original, professional family production, The Snowman and Friends was a great Christmas success. Funded by DCC HAHF Fun and Food and the 4 Together Partnership.
We supported over 200 children and families over the Christmas period.
The project ensured that children in our local community accessed high-quality experiences, both in terms of the activities and food.
17th – 22nd December 2022
Sir Tim Rice: Carols of Light
Enter were invited to perform at The Carols of Light, produced by Sir Tim Rice in support of The Foundation of Light.
Our creative team worked with schools and Enter’s Youth Ensemble producing a magical version of The Light Shines On, from The Wind Road Boys, by Paul Flynn.
Our cast, supported by The Gillian Dickinson Trust, shared Durham Cathedral’s stage with Sir Tim Rice, Kiki Dee, George Clarke, Marty Wilde, Steve Cram and Rick Wakeman.
15th December 2022