24 - 27 May 2024
24 - 27
Dance displays
On:Saturday 25th May 2024
Starting at:12:30
Finishing at:13:00
Where:Lower High Street

From: 12:30
to: 13:00
Dawnswyr Tipyn O Bopeth
Tipyn o Bopeth perform traditional Welsh dances in instantly recognisable costumes.
Galliard Folk Dance Group
We meet to dance English and Welsh country dances from 17th century publications to the present day.
Sussex Junction Morris
Sussex Junction Morris are an energetic mixed cotswold Morris team drawn from across Sussex
From: 10:30
to: 11:00
Ely and Littleport Riot
Ely & Littleport Riot Border Morris is a Fenland morris side who perform traditional and original dances in the Border style.
Temporary Measured
Temporary Measured are a Mixed North West Morris enthusiastic team based in Washington, West Sussex
From: 11:00
to: 11:30
Chalice Morris Men
One of Somerset's finest (or so we tell ourselves) Cotswold Morris Dancing Teams with a wealth of knowledge and experience under our belts.
Englands Glory
Celebrating their 50th anniversary last year, England's Glory were one of the earliest women's Morris sides.
From: 11:30
to: 12:00
Winterbourn Down Border Morris
Mixed side of border morris dancers from north of Bristol.
Mary Rose And Royal George
Mary Rose and Royal George are a Portsmouth based dancing team, who aim to bring a lively new approach to the entertaining morris style of dancing.
From: 12:00
to: 12:30
Rose Hips
Rose Hips is a folk-fusion belly dance troupe based in Oxfordshire.
Rockhopper Morris
A mixed Cotswold morris side who practise near Stokenchurch, Bucks. We perform hanky dances from the Raglan tradition and our own stick dances.
Glastonbury Border Morris
Glastonbury Border Morris embodies the wild, theatrical, jovial side of the great Border Morris tradition. Our dances celebrate the turn of the seasons, the wild huntress and the crow ancestors.
From: 13:00
to: 13:30
Tatters and Tails Border Morris
We are a Mixed Border Morris team from Bath, we are up for a laugh, with lots of energy, lots of dancing and lots of drinking!
From: 13:30
to: 14:00
Folk Friendzy
Since 2004 Folk Friendzy have encouraged young people from mid-Derbyshire to learn and perform various types of traditional dance in an exciting way.
Our local Cotswold Morris. Widely travelled stars of TV, film and pop video, they have been going nearly as long as the festival itself.
From: 15:00
to: 15:30
Forest of Dean Morris
Mixed Cotswold side from the Forest of Dean, Gloucestershire, dancing for enjoyment and to keep the tradition alive.
Black Adder Morris
We have written most of our dances ourselves and they are loosely based on the North West Morris style. We are celebrating our 40th birthday this year.
From: 15:30
to: 16:00
Ouse Washes Molly Dancers
Creating and performing traditional molly dances from The Fens of East Anglia
Alton Morris
Alton Morris are a lively and colourful, mixed side who dance in the Border style usually wielding long sticks.
From: 16:00
to: 16:30
Sutton Masque
Sutton Masque is a Morris dancing side from Sutton-in-the-Isle in the southern reaches of the Cambridgeshire fens.
Hereburgh Morris
A mixed bunch of men and women who like to learn and perform Morris dances that come primarily from the villages of the Cotswolds
From: 16:30
to: 17:00
Cardiff Morris
Cardiff Morris are one of the earliest 1970's revival sides. They perform Cotswold and Welsh dances.
Belle D'Vain
Ladies Northwest side, based in Bretforton, Evesham
From: 17:00
to: 17:30
The North British Sword Dancers
We perform rapper and longsword dances from Scotland, the Isle of Man, and Northern England (but not Yorkshire) with, we are told, style and panache.
Tinners Morris
Tinners Morris are based in South Zeal, Devon. Dancing mainly in the Cotswold Tradition we dance with handkerchiefs, sticks and iron bars.

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