Workshop – Fieldtown Jig – ‘Ladies’ Pleasure’ – Owain Boorman (LIVE on Zoom)
Sunday 30 January, 11:00 am - 12:30 pm
Workshop – Fieldtown Jig – ‘Ladies’ Pleasure’ – Owain Boorman
Owain Boorman will teach the Cotswold morris jig – ‘Ladies’ Pleasure’ – in the style of Fieldtown. This follows on from the Nutting Girl jig in the style of Fieldtown from the Jig Instructional.
The Jig and workshop will bridge the gap between beginner and intermediate and will be suitable for most dancers who know how to double step, and those who attended our beginners Cotswold workshop last year.
The workshop will be led by Owain Boorman accompanied by his long suffering partner, musician Rimini Dick-Carr.
Owain Boorman started dancing with Mad Jack’s Morris in Hastings in 2005, since then he has danced with King John’s, Red Stags, Whitchurch, and Chiltern Hundreds. He is also a founding member of Clausentum and has been foreman since their inception.
Rimini Dick-Carr is a classically trained musician who has played with Aylesbury Concert Band, Bucks County Youth Orchestra and many other bands within the area. Owain has depended on Rimini for music during lockdown for the previous instructional and online videos. Due to uncertainty in the current climate, Rimini has fortunately offered up her services again.
Please complete this online form: Register for the Workshop – Fieldtown Jig – ‘Ladies’ Pleasure’; you will receive a confirmation email immediately (check your spam/junk/promotions folder!). We will send you a Zoom link a couple of days before the event. Open to all – you don’t have to be a member of a team in The Morris Federation.
If you enjoy this event, then it would be wonderful if you could send a donation, small or large, to Action for M.E., a charity in the UK supporting people with M.E. of all ages whose services have often been referred to as a ‘lifeline’ by those who have accessed them: https://www.actionforme.org.uk/support-us/other-ways-to-support-us/
- A full instructional of the ‘Nutting Girl’ jig in the style of Fieldtown [YouTube, 23 mins]
- Notation for a variety of cotswold morris traditions: Thames Valley Morris Men Dance Notation