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Groove in the Roots – Socially Distanced of course!

Groove in the Roots – Socially distanced of course.

Planet Munch Puppets have been working remotely for a long time now, they have managed to create a series of make and do videos to share with their friends and keep everyone connected and creating.

We love dancing to Groove in the Roots and practising our moves with our homemade gym ribbons.  We hope you like it too.

Planet Munch Savour the Flavour Musical Puppet Show is available to tour in 2021, we are currently working on our Arts Mark offer and can work with schools to work across art forms during lead in workshops and the show can be performed to children and their grown-ups in public spaces or in schools. Savour the Flavour is suited to curriculum-based expressive arts, science and activities at foundation, key stage 1 and 2. The themes of the show support national programmes that encourage healthy eating and active lifestyles.   

The show was due to tour Herts Libraries. However, the COVID-19 pandemic called for a change of plan.

As lockdown landed Nysa artists started to take the puppets online.  Planet Munch Puppets YouTube channel aims to support families to engage in creativity and movement. Visitors can learn anything from how to make healthy snacks to puppetry and dance.

Learn how to make a gym ribbon and dance to groove in the Roots by following the YouTube link below.

For this session you will need.

A stick, Some tape Some ribbon, shredded fabric or carrier bags. Safety pins. Something to decorate your stick, pens, paints and tape Scissors Have fun and share pics in twitter, insta, Facebook or email them in to kerry@nysa.co.uk

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.

Keep up the good work, singing, dancing and laughter 

These ingredients must lead to happy ever after… 

For more information contact – kerry@nysa.co.uk