Time of Our Lives

Time of Our Lives

Photograph: © Copyright Andy Beecroft; Source



Making memories for all the family, sharing stories, live dance and music

We are excited to be returning to Bilton Grange alongside Blood Memory Dance to meet new families and reconnect with the amazing people we danced with last year

“I really enjoyed dancing and getting involved with new people and making friends and great performance was beautiful”  participant in 2019

All you need is access to the internet & another family member willing to give it a go with you!
FREE to take part live online –  Zoom so easy and friendly to use

6 Sunday afternoons (1 hour) online workshops with additional activities to follow February and March 2021

Launching Sunday 22 November 4 pm

Participants will create physical movements and share stories ready for Blood Memory Dance to weave together into a choreographed performance piece.


Sunday 22 November 2020 – 4 pm
Sunday 29 November 2020 – 4 pm
Sunday  6 December 2020 – 4 pm
Sunday 17 January  2021 – 4 pm
Sunday 24 January 2021 – 4 pm
Sunday 31 January 2021 – 4 pm

Terms and conditions

Please ensure that you are working in a suitable space even if you are taking part in chair-based activities. If you are taking part in more active/standing activities please ensure that you have cleared your space and that there is nothing underfoot that you may trip on or naked flames/sharp edges nearby.

Consider whether you might need to move pets to another room and aim to be in a space where you can be undisturbed. 

Wear comfortable clothing and suitable footwear. Footwear must be flat, anti-slip and firmly secured to your feet, preferably with a flexible sole. Bare feet is a good option, especially on a slippery floor but not socks.

Always seek the advice of your GP or other qualified health professional before starting or changing any exercise programme or making a lifestyle change. This is particularly important if you are overweight, pregnant, nursing, regularly taking medications, or have any existing medical conditions. You are responsible for exercising within your limits and seeking attention and advice as appropriate. Never force or strain, adapt movements and ideas explored to suit how you feel and what your body needs in order to feel safe and pain free at all times. 

Keep a glass or bottle of water close by. If at any point you feel dizzy or unwell, or have any concerns please stop and if necessary seek medical advice. If you have a phone, or a personal alarm keep it nearby as a precaution especially if you are dancing alone in the house.

By participating in the online sessions and/or accessing and/or using any Material, you are accepting that you have read, understood and agreed to follow these basic instructions. Keyna Paul, Hull Dance CIC, Emma Clayton, Blood Memory Dance or any supporting artists are not responsible for any injuries you may experience a result of your use of this site and the material contained hereon.

Please take the sessions at your own pace and enjoy!