|On:||Saturday 8th June 2019|
|Where:||High Street - middle|
High st, by entrance to microbreweries
Ladies North West Morris side from Bournemouth. Blue dresses with pink apron. Blue clogs. Blue and pink hoops.
Green Man Sword
Green Man sword are a new rapper & longsword team from Surrey. Watch out for their performances and their workshops.
Ladies Cotswold side from Bristol/Bath area. Also do stave dances, which originate from the Friendly Societies (early form of insurance companies).
Fantastic Cotswold team from Bristol. White shirts, black trousers. White hankies. Red rosettes worn on the upper arm.
Bulgarian Dance group performing traditional 'Horos' (circle dances) and dressed in traditional village costume.
Maenads come from Lenham in Kent. We dance our own versions of border styled dances.
Based in Ash Vale on the Surrey/Hampshire border, Mayflower morris perform traditional, new and swapped clog dance routines with precision and energy.
The name says it all! Morris dancing in an unwritten alternative future.
Blackrock School of Irish Dance
Irish dancers aged between 3-18, based is Yeovil. Dresses are traditional with lovely Celtic embroidery, all made by hand.
Hips and Haws
Hips and Haws are a Chippenham-based female Clog morris dance side who perform dances in their own style, some North West and step dancing traditions.
Men's Cotswold side from Uplyme, Devon. White shirt and trousers, green + white baldric, black top hat.
The Fabulous Fezheads are Englands Premier Sand Dance Illusionists, either that, or an engaging bunch of lunatics who dance while swapping hats!
Ladies Cotswold Morris team dancing with colourful hankies and 3 sizes of sticks based in Holt village, Wiltshire, near Bradford on Avon and Bath.
Rapper short sword dancers from Southwark; bringing culture and enlightenment to the congestion charge zone and beyond!
Pump House Clog Morris
North West morris side based in Watford, Hertfordshire.
Holt perform a broad mix of Cotswold styles, though many of their dances are based on a liberal interpretation of the Fieldtown morris tradition
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