DamnIt!DanceIt! participants in local showcase

We are delighted to announce that our DamnIt!DanceIt! participants are going to take part in the THRIVE contemporary dance showcase at Trinity Arts Centre, Tunbridge Wells on Sunday 27th November […]

Recruiting! Assistant Producer

Following a successful application to Arts Council England, we are looking for a wonderful Assistant Producer for our new R&D project, The Devil’s Doorbell. It’s short-term, part-time and freelance, starting […]

Opportunities with Moving Memory

Moving Memory is embarking on an exciting new phase of development, with a particular focus on growing our Moving Well participatory workshops and activities. We are training a new team […]

Looking forward to 2022

Would you like to volunteer with Moving Memory and help us deliver workshops in care and community settings? If so please get in touch and join our new series of […]

Could you lead Moving Memory as our Chair?

Moving Memory Dance Theatre is seeking a dynamic, engaged and influential Chair who will join our Board and work alongside current Chair, Kirsty Lloyd, until a successful handover can be […]

Thanks to The Cleary Foundation

We are so grateful to The Cleary Foundation for express funding for more Busting Trifles performances. In this difficult world, it is so nice to hear that the need for […]

Funding from Persimmon Community Champions

We are absolutely delighted that Moving Memory Dance Theatre has been selected to receive ¬£1,000 through the Persimmon Homes Community Champions scheme. This wonderful funding will help us take Busting […]

Busting Trifles hits the streets

Busting Trifles is a powerful pop-up piece of performance for those of us who have missed some colour, hope and joy in our lives. Sneak preview (work-in-progress): Thursday 27th May […]

Volunteer with Moving Memory

Could you become a Moving Memory Volunteer? Moving Memory makes contemporary, visually striking, surprising and entertaining performances for audiences of all ages, and we perform them in all sorts of […]

Canterbury City Council

We are delighted to have received funding from Canterbury City Council to support our online Moving Well workshops – especially the work we are currently doing to improve accessibility. Thank […]

Moving Well Online

A new series of online Moving Well workshops for complete beginners: movement workshops for older people with something to say! Starts Thursday 4th March, 1-2pm for six weeks. Email info@movingmemorydance.com […]

Sit Up and Take Notice

If you ever wondered about the spirit and philosophy of Moving Memory, then sit down and listen in on the conversation between our Chair, Sarah Fox, and core company member, […]

Riding to keep us moving

https://twitter.com/i/status/1312460796618633216 Jonathan Deacon, son of company member, Jane May, has volunteered to ride 50km in the KM Charity Bike Ride on Sun 11th October. Please sponsor him - and support [...]

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I liked the acting, humour and genuineness of the performers and the stories. I thought it was one of the best performances I have seen in years! Phenomenal

Fantastic for Families awards

Moving Memory Dance Theatre makes the shortlist! We are delighted and so proud to have been shortlisted in the Best Age-Friendly Cultural Organisation category of the national #FantasticForFamilies Awards. Thank […]

Delightful Deliveries

Three colourfully dressed dancers in a road

We want to bring some joy back into the lives of older people, so we’ve been experimenting with short (socially-distanced) pop-up performances that can be safely watched by individuals or […]

Smart Ageing Prize 2020

We are delighted to be one of 15 semi-finalists in this unique, Europe-wide competition. The organisers are looking for digital solutions that support, empower and inspire older adults to engage […]

Beside Me

The company have been working on ideas of intimacy – ¬†the¬†deeply¬†knowing¬†of¬†another¬†person¬†and¬†feeling¬†deeply¬†known – for a while now. They’ve explored its many aspects – physical,¬†emotional,¬†warmth,¬†closeness,¬†trust, friends,¬†lovers, colleagues,¬†family,¬†motherhood,¬†childhood,¬†death. And thought about why some […]

Kick Up A Fuss Collective

Faces of 6 women posing in blue boiler suits and headscaves

Moving Memory Dance Theatre is delighted to introduce Kick Up A Fuss Collective – a new company of older performers. Members of Kick Up A Fuss have been working with […]