BBC Red Nose Day 2024

Featuring Waves Music Therapy

Waves are extremely proud to feature on this year’s BBC Comic Relief Red Nose day!

Of the thousands of projects that Comic Relief supports every year, the BBC chose our Rapper In Residence project to film for Red Nose Day 24 with our young spoken word artists, rappers and musicians telling their stories of the impact of their sessions with Waves professional rapper, Louie Le Vack.

This film was then picked up by the BBC Education team who write lesson plans for every primary school in the UK. Our work is going to be replicated in classrooms, getting children from all over the UK making music and rhyme and we can’t wait to hear your work!

If you want to know more, get in touch, we love to hear from you.

BBC Comic Relief/ Waves Film!

BBC Comic Relief chose our young people to tell their stories of how the Waves Music Therapy Rap sessions, funded by Comic Relief, have made such a positive difference in their lives.

Join Jacob and Riley as they share their journey into making music, making friends and making positive change with rapper, Louie Le Vack and Waves Music Therapist, Anna Macken.

Here’s their story…

Waves/ BBC Comic Relief Lesson plans

Jacob and Riley’s Red Nose Day film has formed lesson plans which are going out to every primary school in the UK. You can get yours by clicking the link below

Get involved! Send your spoken word music to us here at Comic Relief. The team will choose some of your spoken word projects for Louie to perform.

So, start writing, start performing and start raising money for Comic Relief which supports important projects like ours that change the lives of children and young people in need.

Download the Lesson Plan
Download the Beat
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