|On:||Saturday 27th May 2023|
|Starting Location:||Market Square|
|Also at:||Island Park Stage, Lower High Street, Upper High Street, Borough Parade, Community Hub, Rose and Crown|
Participants in order:
Hips and Haws are a Chippenham-based female Clog morris dance side who perform dances in their own style, and some step dancing traditions.
Alton you Morris are a lively and colourful, mixed side who dance in the Border style usually wielding long sticks.
Cardiff Morris are one of the earliest 1970's revival sides. They perform Cotswold and Welsh dances.
Appalachian clogging team based in Brighton. We’re a dynamic dance team who love to combine traditional clogging steps with contemporary choreography
A traditional border Morris dancing side from East Worcestershire. We meet once a week to practice dances then hydrate in the pub...
Mixed Cotswold side from the Forest of Dean, Gloucestershire, dancing for enjoyment and to keep the tradition alive.
One of Somerset's finest (or so we tell ourselves) Cotswold Morris Dancing Teams with a wealth of knowledge and experience under our belts.
Ely & Littleport Riot Border Morris is a Fenland morris side who perform traditional and original dances in the Border style.
Cry Havoc Morris hails from Botley, Oxford, performing dances from a variety of traditions including Headington, Bampton, Adderbury, and more.
Mixed Border morris team from Somerset with turquoise and black tatters and bags of attitude.
Celebrating their 50th anniversary last year, England's Glory were one of the earliest women's Morris sides.
We meet to dance English and Welsh country dances from 17th century publications to the present day.
Tipyn o Bopeth perform traditional Welsh dances in instantly recognisable costumes.
Gwerinwyr Gwent aim to keep the tradition and culture of Welsh music and dance. The name translates as 'folk of Gwent'.
A mixed bunch of men and women who like to learn and perform Morris dances that come primarily from the villages of the Cotswolds
A women's North West side based in Bath, Somerset.
We are a mixed side who perform both traditional and modern dances in Cotswold and Border styles.
Mortimer's Morris are an energetic women's North West side from Nottingham dancing to tunes from across Europe.
Based in Ivinghoe, Bucks. Bright colours, lots of noise & above all fun - a mixed side, originally dancing mostly North West and many different styles
Women's North West Morris group from Croydon, London.
Creating and performing traditional molly dances from The Fens of East Anglia
A mixed Cotswold morris side who practise near Stokenchurch, Bucks. We perform hanky dances from the Raglan tradition and our own stick dances.
Rose Hips is a folk-fusion belly dance troupe based in Oxfordshire.
Southern Star are a highly innovative group who meet in Corfe Mullen Library on Mondays. We love teaching longsword and are happy to do workshops for all ages.
Sutton Masque is a Morris dancing side from Sutton-in-the-Isle in the southern reaches of the Cambridgeshire fens.
Sweyn's Ey were formed in 1966 and have been performing around the Swansea area every year since. We dance mostly Cotswold and Border morris.
The Tattered Court are a mixed Border side from Cheltenham, dancing intricate and complicated dances.
Tinners Morris are based in South Zeal, Devon. Dancing mainly in the Cotswold Tradition we dance with handkerchiefs, sticks and iron bars.
Mixed side of border morris dancers from north of Bristol.
Some of the most exciting young performers of traditional dance, music and song in the country.