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We worked with Ganton School showing them every aspect to create a theatrical performance, including script writing, set design and acting.
Peace of Mind
2017 and ongoing
In 2017 Spin Off Productions started a project to help pupils at schools for young people with additional needs to understand issues that may affect their mental health.
This special exhibition is the culmination of a 17 week project running in collaboration between Spin Off Productions, Humber Community Advice Service and the Refugee Council.
Colours of Music 2017 – Colours of Freedom
What does freedom mean to you?
We asked this question to the four groups of students involved in this years performance.
In 2016, the Colours of Music traced the pilots historic flight from the UK to Australia as part of the Amy Johnson Festival.
October 2015 - January 2016
A Child of War was commissioned as part of the Untold Stories Hull Project funded by Hull City Council Library and Roots & Wings.
June 26th 2015
In 2015, we used the Maori folk-tale Maui Tames The Sun.
‘The Decade That Changed the World’ is a project about the 60’s which Spin Off Productions devised as part of the Humber Mouth Festival 2014.
Colours of Music 2014 – A Fishy Tale
This years Colours of Music Orchestra performed, A Fishy Tale, at The Winifred Holtby Academy Theatre.
April – May 2014
Working with Artlink and Hull City Council, Spin Off Productions as part of the promotion of for Follow The Herring project and play ‘Get Up and Tie Your Fingers’ which was performed at Hull Truck Theatre.
June – September 2014
Spin Off Productions has been commissioned for the fourth year to help the Hull Libraries promote the National Reading Challenge.
Shaking Shakespeare was an exciting and innovative introduction to Shakespeare for KS2 (years 4, 5 & 6) pupils funded by Hull City Arts & the Hull Library Service.
June – September 2013
Commissioned by Hull Library services,two teams toured primary schools in Hull area to promote participation in the National Summer Reading Challenge.
Jigsaw Puzzle was a 2013 Humbermouth commission aimed at children under 10 and their families.
The Colours of Music Orchestra was formed by Honor Pallant and Hull City Arts Department after a presentation at Hull Truck Theatre called The Colours of Music.
February – March 2012
The performance, which was sponsored by the Art Council was to produce a bespoke version of the Tin Soldier by Hans Christian Anderson to specifically appeal to children with special needs.
Honor Pallant was keen to link various creative elements into a package that contained original stories, a creative artist and a musician.
June – September 2012
Spin off were approached to deliver a project to encourage more young people to join The National Reading Challenge .