This time it’s all about the puppets..
After years of working in the community to help families to healthier lifestyles with partners at the GOS Institute of Child Health. We have secured Arts Council Funding to take our musical puppet show, Savour the Flavour, on the road to Hertfordshire Libraries.
Planet Munch is a creative learning environment and fantasy World embodying all that is essential for wellbeing. The programme was delivered as a 24 week healthy lifestyle programme, teaching nutritional science to families in community settings through creative arts. The programme was developed in Hertfordshire with partners at the UCL GOS Institute of Child Health. You can read more by following the link below
The creative assets of the project, puppets and music, have been woven into an interactive piece of family theatre with a healthy message of friendship, acceptance and eating well at its core.
Story so far..
Musical puppet show to tour to Hertfordshire Libraries this May half term generously supported using public funding from Arts Council England.
Nysa Projects Presents – Savour the Flavour – Where every mealtime is a song and a dance!
Welcome to a world of beatboxing greens, hula-hooping fruit, and the colourful residents of the Five-a-Day Jazz Club and Pulse dance studio. Featuring life-size puppets, an original soundtrack and loads of audience participation, Planet Munch is a delicious blend of playful musical theatre and inventive storytelling, with a healthy message about eating well and living together at its core. Created for children of primary school age, Planet Munch is a flavoursome puppetry treat for the whole family.
Catch the show at Hertfordshire Libraries
It’s time to groove in the Roots at the following locations..
|Tuesday 30 May||at 2.00pm||Borehamwood Library|
|Wednesday 31 May||at 11.00am||Letchworth Library|
|Thursday 1 June||at 11.00am||Oxhey Library|
|Thursday 1 June||at 2.30pm||Hemel Hempstead Library|
|Friday 2 June||at 11.00am||Cheshunt Library|
|Friday 2 June||at 2.30pm||Hatfield Library|
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Nysa Projects background
Nysa Projects is a Hertfordshire-based artist-led organisation working on creative projects in Herts for the last 25 year’s.
The team at Nysa established The Cha, Cassiobury Park as a thriving arts venue, helping to establish many public events and delivering the successful Planet Munch Healthy Lifestyle Programme countywide, we are looking forward to taking the show back to South Oxhey where the project first began in Oxhey Wood, Family Centre. This time you will find us at Oxhey Library.
Nysa has most recently worked as artistic partner to Hertfordshire Libraries in the development of Arts Council Funded My Story project and My Firsts. Nysa helped to secure Arts Council funding to support emerging artists to design Early Year’s content and worked to develop content for Inspired, the Cultural and Creative offer across the service.
Like and subscribe for more content at Planet Munch Puppets YouTube channel.
Planet Munch Puppets YouTube channel is packed with fun creative-making activities learn how to make a gym ribbon to dance with at the shows.
Look out for..
Over the coming weeks, a series of shorts are set for release featuring Omega Always, the musical mermaid. Omega is all set to talk about the state of UK waters and threats to their water-loving residents alongside an array of recycled creative sessions.
Big Green Love from All at Planet Munch