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Morris Dancing - an English Tradition is a charming snapshot of the Morris scene as it danced its way out of the pandemic. Watch the film in full in the video player above.
Nell Leyshon talks about her new play, FOLK, her fascination with source singers, Louie Hooper and Lucy White, and the difficulties inherent in bringing Cecil Sharp to life on stage.
A Sheffield folk dance group have found themselves at the centre of the latest alleged 10 Downing Street Covid-19 lockdown contraventions, this time relating to an illegal Morris dance or ‘team building work event’.
Everything you need to know about the 2023 JMO Day of Dance, taking place in Exeter on Saturday 22nd April.
We chat to author Michael Heaney about his new book tracing the history of morris dancing from its earliest emergence to the present day.
Ever wanted to learn to Morris dance? EFDSS have uploaded the Morris Hey! archive, giving you the chance to dive right in, bell pads first.
Andrew Gaertner is a Morris dancer from Chippawa Falls, Wisconsin. In this opinion piece, originally published on Medium, he discusses issues of inclusivity and how his dancing community has worked to overcome them.
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.
Already making an appearance at festivals around the UK, 'The Broadside Hack' is a new film exploring traditional folk music in a modern context.