The Enter CIC team have been working at Framwellgate School on a performing arts project. Our staff members have had such a wonderful time and thoroughly enjoyed working with all of the students. On Tuesday 15th November 2016, we held an informal sharing to celebrate the students’ achievements and their wonderful talents.
The evening showcased over 50 students who all had an important role to play in the evening’s entertainment. Throughout the project students had the opportunity to get involved in both performance and technical aspects of theatre.
On the evening of the informal sharing students performed and operated lights, sound and took on roles as stage hands. They also demonstrated that they had wonderful front of house skills as they spoke eloquently to guests and seated over 120 audience members.
The performance featured an array of musical theatre extracts, spoken word presentations and songs. The standard of the work was impressive especially considering the short amount of rehearsal time.
Throughout the project all of the students worked with concentration, diligence, commitment and energy. This could clearly be witnessed in their showcase. The audience thoroughly enjoyed the evenings entertainment, demonstrated by their whoops and thunderous round of applause at the end of the evening.
A huge congratulations to all of the students who were involved in the showcase. A big thank you to Framwellgate School and a very special heartfelt thanks to the Enter Team who never fail to make magic happen!
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“Really enjoyed tonight. Very professional, but fun, too.”
“What a brilliant performance by all. Thanks to your company for giving my daughter the opportunity. I believe her confidence has grown throughout it.”
“I thought the show was fantastic. My daughter has really enjoyed these sessions.”
“All the group were involved and interacted brilliantly together.”
“Excellent production. Fantastic choreography.”
“Impressive standard giving the short rehearsal period.”