Our Remembrance events will commence in November. We are taking bookings for our own event at The Enter Centre, which commemorates both the Falklands 40 year anniversary as well as Her late Majesty Queen Elizabeth's 70 year reign.
Call 01740 655437 for tickets.
We will be placing wreaths at community Remembrance events.
We are also supporting ABF, The Soldier's Charity by performing at Durham Cathedral at the annual
Festival of Remembrance.
We are a leading approved training provider and academic exam centre, supporting hundreds of home educated, distance learning and adult learners across the North and beyond. We facilitate CAIE, AQA, Edexcel, OCR, WJEC examinations for private candidates. For more information visit our Private Exams North East link below.
We are an award-winning theatre company with our own working professional theatre. We specialise in high quality professional, community and youth theatre. We are internationally renowned for our commitment to new writing and artist development programmes. We tour internationally.
Heritage is what you take from the past and give to the future. For the past 10 years we have been passionate about creating projects that connect people with their national, local and cultural heritage. Use the links below to see
Enter CIC has become know as a positive enabler across Durham and the North East. We specialise in programmes that raise aspiration, combat social isolation, improve mental and physical wellbeing as well as developing volunteering and employment skills. We have won awards for our work with elderly communities.
Congratulations to all the students that took part in the groundbreaking national art project entitled Face Britain. Over 200,000 children around the UK took part in the project to mark HM The Queen’s Diamond Jubilee year. Every child’s self portrait was used in a very special montage portrait of HM The Queen that was projected onto Buckingham Palace between 8.30pm – 11.15pm from 19th – 21st April.
The montage portrait of HM The Queen will also be simultaneously showcased on the national network of BBC Big Screens in town centres and via a network of digital advertising screens in train stations across the UK.
To see how the project was showcased click the link below
The project encouraged young people to create a self portrait in any style (3d, pencil drawing, painting, collage etc) and upload it to the Face Britain online gallery. In addition all of our young people who participated in these workshops will help to break the Guinness World record for ‘most artists working on the same art installation’. We are delighted to have been part of such a fantastic project.
The entire collection of children’s self portraits will be stored by The British Library as part of HM The Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Collection national web archives. The students have not only played an active part in the Jubilee celebrations, but also history in the making.
Face Britain has been designed by The Prince’s Foundation for Children & the Arts, an educational charity established by HRH The Prince of Wales with the goal of unlocking the arts for all young people in the UK.
To visit the website (to see the portraits), please click the link below.