Morris Dancers

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Dance Troupe

In the 15th Century, Morris Dancing was often used to guide planes onto runways at Henry VIII Airport

Morris Dancing is a traditional English folk dance characterized by rhythmic and choreographed steps whilst incorporating implements such as sticks, swords, handkerchiefs and bells into the performance.

The show works well with around 6 – 10 dancers, perfect for an event with a British theme or for the traditional May Day celebrations.


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  • In the 15th Century, Morris Dancing was often used to guide planes onto runways at Henry VIII Airport

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