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 […]

Celebrating 2018/19

A huge thank you to everyone who attended our 2018/19 Annual General Meeting on Friday 13th December. Thanks to John Baldock, who stood down as Chair, and to Sarah Fox […]

Could you lead Moving Memory as our Chair?

Moving Memory Dance Theatre is seeking a dynamic, engaged and influential Chair who will act as the company‚Äôs ambassador at a senior level and facilitate the development of the company […]

Making Love Grows

Enjoy watching the team in the process of making Love Grows – then come and see it at b0ing! festival 24 & 25 August

Love Grows blog 2

With a different perspective on the Love Grows workshop phase, here is a blog from Intergen31 member, Ursula Clancy. Don’t forget to come and meet the Love Grows team and […]

Love Grows blog 1

During April and May, our amazing Love Grows team led workshops with children and older people. Here’s how Vicki, one of our volunteer team found the experience: Planting tiny seeds […]

Join our Board

We are looking for someone with the passion and commitment to help lead Moving Memory. You will need an understanding of / interest in: – movement-based theatre – the health […]

Hertfordshire group goes on tour

In February, Moving Memory were delighted to work with a wonderful group of dancers to help them make their own short performance piece which is now touring across Herts. ¬† […]

Love Grows project has started!

Love Grows is our most ambitious project to date. We are working with four primary school / care setting pairs across Kent: Woodlands Primary School and Age UK Medway (COGS […]

Whitehead Monckton supports Love Grows

We are so grateful to the Whitehead Monckton Charitable Foundation for a generous donation towards Love Grows – our latest project working with primary school children and older people across […]

Moving Memory changes hearts and minds

An academic researcher from the University of Kent has concluded that Start Stomping – the project we ran last summer, involving an intergnerational company of 25 people taking part in […]

Moving Memory patron honoured

Huge congratulations to our wonderful patron, Professor Veronica Lewis, for being appointed CBE in the New Year Honours. Couldn’t be more well-deserved!