Belles and Broomsticks Morris in Guernsey danced out on May Day, not having to adhere to any local restrictions, and sent us this message to teams in the UK: “It’s […]
Here is a review of our first instrument workshop covering loads of ways to take the most boring, old-hat, overplayed tunes … and kick them back into life! Will Allen’s talk ‘How to love tunes you hate’ was a difficult subject to put over to an audience with presumably varying abilities, but I reckon that most would have come away with at least some ideas providing food for thought; I certainly did.
Here is a review of our first Cotswold Morris workshop held over 3 weeks, for participants to learn ‘Jockey to the Fair’ in the style of Ilmington.
It is not often Morris dancing can be said to have made history but Redbornstoke Morris (1976-2018) and Bedfordshire Lace Morris (1981-2016) are the focus of a new display at The Higgins Museum in Bedford.
Are Belles and Broomsticks Morris in Guernsey the first morris side to dance out this season without having to social distance or follow any other restrictions? They gave us this […]