We had a good evening in Redbourn on Monday, dancing first at The Cricketers and then for an appreciative audience at The Holly Bush, where two sticks were broken – some of our dancers don’t know their own strength!
Here is a short video of us, dancing Vandals, as part of the massed dance in Trafalgar Square during Westminster Morris Men’s Day of Dance.
We had a good sized side dancing out in Sandridge last night with a warm welcome from the new landlord of The Green Man as we danced into the gathering dusk…
St Albans Morris headed off for central London on Saturday, 11th May as guests of Westminster Morris Men for their day of dance.
Neither hail nor rain could not dampen our spirits as we danced the sights of the city with friends from Westminster and Hartely Morris Men and Camden Clog, wowing the crowds wherever we went with our enthusiasm and fleet-footed dancing, including massed dances in Trafalgar Square.
Thankfully, the sun eventually shone, giving us the chance to dance in the early evening warmth in front of the National Gallery.
We had a great time dancing on the early May Bank Holiday at Standalone Farm in Letchworth Garden City. It was good to see so many little farmers and their families joining in!
Just a week to go until we start our 2019 season and dance out to mark the beginning of summer. Put it in your diary, tell your friends and join us at the Rose & Crown and the Six Bells in St Michael’s from 7:30pm on Wednesday, 1st May.
Our summer programme is now at the printers!
You can add St Albans Morris’ dance programme to your calendar by scanning our QR Code.
We’ve just updated our advert for the latest edition of Unicorn magazine and thought it was worth sharing here too.
We offer a warm welcome to anyone who would like to give Morris dancing a try. Join us for our practice nights or catch us when we are dancing out.
On Saturday, St Albans Morris were guests of Ripley Morris, in Derbyshire, for their Ale.
It was a chance to catch up with friends and enjoy the dancing, with sides coming together from across the country. There was also the feast, much singing and, of course, the odd pint or two.