“We’re not doing the Stick and Bucket dance! I never want to hear any more ever about the Stick and...
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Everything you need to know about the 2023 JMO Day of Dance, taking place in Exeter on Saturday 22nd April.
With morris dancing very definitely on the rise again, Alex Merry and Ian A. Anderson celebrate Laurel Swift, the force of energy who set the latest revival in motion more than a decade ago.
We get the low-down on the Dancing England Rapper Tournament, otherwise known as DERT, coming to Rochdale in March.
You'd be hard-pressed to recall a time that Morris dancing infiltrated the Brit Awards. Here's how Boss Morris did it.
Our round-up of photos and videos of morris dancers dancing up the sun on May Day, 2023. The summer is icumen in and winter's gone away.
We’re always looking for new ways to bring folk traditions to wider, younger audiences. Introducing our new Pienini morris stickers collection…
Didn't make it to Rochdale for DERT 2023? Never fear, here's a round up of the results and action.
The person who got the English folk dance movement off the ground was Mary Neal, a suffragette who eventually fell foul of that man Cecil Sharp’s quest for artistic authenticity. Derek Schofield tells the tale.
We chat to author Michael Heaney about his new book tracing the history of morris dancing from its earliest emergence to the present day.
Does anyone mention Morris in their dating profile? Does it come up on the first date? And if so, what’s the reaction of the unsuspecting other party? Ahead of Valentine's Day, Tradfolk asked the questions...