Swanage Folk Festival 2019

Dance Lineup

Below is the 2019 Dance Lineup listed from A-Z. It is currently being updated daily so please check back regularly to see who’s performing.


Anonymous Morris
A mixed border morris side from Poole with an energetic, free-flowing dance style and we write many of our own dances.
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Armaleggan
Oxfordshire Border Morris side with added Grrr…
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Baharah Bellydance
Dance group mixing Middle Eastern moves with modern music.
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Basingclog
Performing the North West style of clog.
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Beetlecrushers
Performing clog routines from all over the UK, with step dances from the Isle of Man, Quebec and Cape Breton.
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Bideford Phoenix
Dancing a mix of Cotswold and Border Morris.
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Bourne River Morris Men
A men’s Cotswold Morris dance team.
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Bradninch Millers
A mixed side performing various traditions including Cotswold, Border, Molly and Wessex Stave
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Cogs & Wheels
A women’s Cotswold and Border Morris dance team.
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Cornucopia
Performing Appalachian Step Clogging and British Clog Dancing to a variety of American, Irish and British acoustic folk music.
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Dorset Buttons Morris
A women’s Cotswold and Border Morris dance team.
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Dr Tuberville’s Morris
A mixed Morris side performing mostly Cotswold Morris and some Border Morris
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England’s Glory
A women’s Cotswold Morris dance team.
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Exmoor Border Morris
A mixed Border Morris side.
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Festus Derriman
A mixed Morris side performing mainly Cotswold Morris.
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Fishbourne Miller Morris
A mixed side dancing mainly in the Cotswold tradition.
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Fleet Morris
The side has a wide repertoire of dances, mainly in the Cotswold style.
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Fleur de Lys Morris
A ladies group set up during the folk revival in 1976, dancing Stave, Cotswold and some Border dances.
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Fox Morris
Performing an interpretation of the ‘Border’ Morris dances collected in Worcestershire, Herefordshire and Shropshire.
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Full Moon Morris
A mixed Cotswold Morris dancing side loosely based around South Wales.
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Hips And Haw Clog
A female North West Clog morris dance side who perform dances in the North West and step dancing traditions.
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Holly Copse Molly
Molly Dancing originated in the English Midlands and East Anglia and is associated with Plough Monday.
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Holt Morris
Performing a broad mix of Cotswold Morris styles, though many of the dances are based on a liberal interpretation of the Fieldtown Morris tradition.
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Hurst Morris People
A mixed group performing Cotswold Morris.
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Ilfracombe Red Petticoats
They are a Morris dancing group, performing North West style clog dances.
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Knickerbocker Glory
Performing the precision clogging style of Appalachian dance.
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Marling Morris
Performing North West Morris, which is one of the more spectacular, giving a noisy and colourful display.
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Merrydowners Morris
A mixed men’s and women’s Cotswold Morris side based in North Harrow, Middlesex.
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New Forest Meddlars
A mixed Morris dance side, dancing mainly in the Cotswold and Border traditions.
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New Moon Morris
They began in the ‘North West clog tradition’ dances but now are adding other dances from other traditions, as well as making new dances of their own.
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OBJ Morris
A mixed Border Morris group.
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Old Palace Clog
A women’s Northwest clog dancing group (with male and female musicians) based in Croydon.
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Ragged Phoenix Morris
They are an Eastbourne based mixed Border Morris side.
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Ridgeway Step Clog
A group of step-clog dancers using traditional, mainly English clog steps as a base.
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