This workshop took place using the Zoom video service on 31 January 2021. A recording of the event is available on YouTube: ‘Lockdown’ – North West – Chinewrde – Workshop 2021.
‘Lockdown’ is a North West style dance for 4 distanced dancers written by Hazel Old of Chinewrde Morris. She wrote this dance during the first lockdown, and some of Chinewrde were dancing it outdoors as soon as the guidelines allowed.
Hazel will be teaching the dance in a 1hr 30min session suitable for all, especially for those with some morris experience. We will warm up with Clare Watters and practice stepping before the dance. Will Pound will provide the music.
– Skill level: beginner/intermediate
– Equipment required: 2 sticks with bells/wooden spoons/something similar to hold. Comfortable shoes.
– Space: at least 2 square metres
– Tune: Brighton Camp (musicians welcome, although sorry, you won’t be heard via Zoom)
See links to a video and notation under ‘resources’ below.
Chinewrde Morris is based in Kenilworth, Warwickshire. Chinewrde have been dancing North West Morris for over 30 years, and are renowned for their energetic and precise dancing style, as well as their distinctive burgundy dresses.
Hazel Old is an experienced member of the team, as well as squire of Mortimer’s Morris.
Please complete this online form: Register for the Workshop – North West – Lockdown Dance for 4 – Chinewrde Morris; 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 Chinewrde’s chosen local charity for this year – Zoe’s Place, a Children’s Charity providing palliative, respite and end of life care to babies and infants with a local hospice in Coventry: www.zoes-place.org.uk/
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