Moving Stories

A Creative, explorative, movement, and dance workshop

Moving Stories is both a FRONTLINEdance MONTHLY community performance company who meet face to face, and a WEEKLY creative, expressive, explorative, movement and dance ONLINE ZOOM session. Both are aimed at the over 55’s though all ages are welcome! Suitable for all ability and experience levels, and of course like all our work, they are inclusive.

In Person Sessions

These sessions will usually see you co-creating themed based contemporary dance work with FRONTLINEdance’s Artistic Director, which are then ‘site-specifically’ performed. To date the group have performed at a number of local events and festivals including the Dignity Awards at NUL College, all the New Vic Theatre Live Age Festivals, and the Potteries Museum and Art Gallery. From September 2021, we will be exploring creating dance work for camera!

These sessions are usually held at the Potteries Museum and Art Gallery. However FRONTLINEdance is finding alternate space whilst the building work is being completed. We can’t wait to go back and explore the new building!

Weekly ONLINE ZOOM sessions

These weekly session take place ONLINE via zoom, except for the weeks where we meet face to face, and most school holidays. The workshops allow you to explore creative & contemporary dance in a relaxed, supported and enjoyable way. Challenging yourself physically and mentally whilst keeping your body safe.  We combine improvisation and choreography, stretching your imagination with words, images and sounds.

New Members are always Welcome. Get in touch for more information: hello@frontlinedance.co.uk

Suzanne Frohlick

Suzanne studied at Brian Rogers ‘Performers’ Dance College, from the age of 16. She then spent the next 14 years dancing and performing on T.V. and in theatres around the country and aboard.

Whilst pregnant with her first child Suzanne was offered work at the Blackpool Pleasure Beach offices, dealing with promotion and working independently at Blackpool Airport.

After having a break to bring up her two children, FRONTLINEdance has opened up a new career path for Suzanne; recently finishing a level 2 Business and Administration course, an Inclusive Activity training programme, a trio of Supportive Community, Safeguarding training workshops and Parkinson’s training with Dr Melanie Brierley.

Suzanne is loving and already feels part of the FRONTLINEdance family!