Thanks to the team at Funding for All for selecting Moving Memory as a recipient of a Gerald Turley Recognition Award. We are absolutely delighted with our wonderful early Christmas present. It means an awful lot to have our work recognised. Thank you
A huge thank you to everyone who came to our AGM on Wednesday 12 December. We were delighted to see so many friends and share our celebrations of an amazing year. Read all about us in our annual report and accounts: 17_18 Moving Memory Accounts – YE 30.06.2018 FINAL – including Trustees’ Report – SIGNED […]
A new series of six Moving Well sessions, facilitated by members of Moving Memory Dance Theatre, commences Wednesday 30 January. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve a place.
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After the huge success of Start Stomping, the core company are working on an adaptation called Tipping the Balance which we will be touring in 2019. Drawing on their perspective as older women, the six core company members will use their distinctive blend of movement, music and sardonic wit to investigate power, male-dominated society and […]
… so we are delighted to have been invited to join the Carnival of Resistance in London on Friday 13 July. Watch out for us on the stage in Parliament Square where we will be performing Cracking the Crinoline.
Watch out for Moving Memory performing company favourite Cracking the Crinoline, at the Historic Dockyard Chatham on Saturday 16 June
We are deeply grateful to Arts Council England and The Baring Foundation for significant new funding from their Celebrating Age scheme. This will mean we can deliver Still Stomping – a two-year project designed by Moving Memory Dance Theatre Company, Gulbenkian Theatre Canterbury and Kent County Council to challenge assumptions about older people. It will […]
We are delighted to be performing at Wink The Other Eye – a fantastic cabaret night at Margate Lido on Friday 9 March – as part of Margate’s POW! festival 2018.
The company is extremely proud to announce the support of two new patrons – Bobby Baker and Veronica Lewis MBE. Veronica, who recently retired from her role as Principal of London Contemporary Dance School, said, “Companies such as Moving Memory are an incredibly important addition to the creative life of our country and provide a […]