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Monday, 15 October 2018

Grimsby Jazz Projects big adventure

Grimsby Jazz Projects is going on a big adventure over the coming year, including a trip to space in a rocket and a voyage to the bottom of the sea in a submarine.

Thanks to funding from Arts Council England, Grimsby Jazz Projects and La Luna are producing brand new projects in partnership with the NEL Music Hub bringing stories, singing and a sprinkle of magic to primary schools in our area.

As we speak, a rocket is under construction to take Cosmo and Carrie (aged 8 ) up to space to discover what is out there amongst the stars. Cosmo and Carrie will be visiting primary schools in NE Lincs with their rocket and Carrie’s cat, who is a keen explorer.

With new songs, a brand new story plus workshops and resources – not to mention a big Singing Festival at the Auditorium – the project is ready to take off. And space is just the beginning. We’ll be announcing more details as we go along.

Who’s Involved?
La Luna is the organising force behind the successful bid but it’s the creative team at Grimsby Jazz Projects who will be leading on the delivery with support from MAPAS.

Josie Moon, Pat McCarthy, Matt Gray and Hetty McCarthy will produce and deliver the work across NE Lincs. Art work for the project is coming from the imagination and pencils of Vivienne May with design, layout and production of resources from Paul Davy and GSB Print and Design.

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