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Kingston Morris

13 hours 14 minutes ago

Kingston Morris

13 hours 30 minutes ago

On a blazingly hot Saturday, (July 14), Kingston Morris were guests of Ewell St Mary’s Morris Men for a day of dance which included spots at the Ewell Village fair. Six teams of Morris danced and processed from 10.00am and were treated to a great barbeque lunch at the Wheatsheaf pub. After lunch we danced some more until exhausted we descended upon St Mary’s church hall where we enjoyed a splendid feast after which we entertained each other with music and song.

Kingston Morris

3 days 14 hours ago

Huzzah! Tomorrow Kingston Morris will be joining our very good friends from Ewell St.Mary's Morris Men for their walking tour of Ewell. Kicking off at the proceedings at The Famous Green Man, we'll be dancing at the Village Fair - making our customary appearance in the 'Grinning through the horse collar' competition - before proceeding to The Wheatsheaf for lunch. More dancing follows in the afternoon before we retire for an evening of merriment and song at the Ewell feast. 'twill be a grand day.

Kingston Morris

6 days 13 hours ago

Kingston Morris joined Spring Grove Morris Men and other guest sides (Rampant Rooster, Ewell St Mary's MM, ThamesValley MM, Black Swan Border and Wild Hunt) at the Abinger Hatch, Dorking on Monday evening. This event was set up last year as "Dancing for Dave" - dancing in memory of former Spring Grove Morris Man Dave Watmore who had died in July 2016. The event has been expanded and is proposed to be an annual meeting dedecated to all our absent morris friends. The Abinger Hatch is a lovely country pub in beautiful settings with good food and ale and plenty of space for Morris dancing. The attached photos, taken as the sun was setting and light fading, are evidence that a good time was had by one and all.

Kingston Morris

1 week 6 days ago

Whoever is organising the weather just now seems to have missed the fact that Wimbledon fortnight has started. Clear blue skies and a steady breeze made for a very pleasant evening of dance by the river in Kingston on Monday. Phoenix Clog were our guests for the evening at the Ram. We danced turn and turnabout entertaining a good crowd of people enjoying the scene. Phoenix Clog have been growing in numbers recently and danced with grace and discipline. Kingston Morris had sufficient numbers out to dance Lichfield eight person dances and to showcase the Manx sword dance, called for the first time by Helena. We danced on until the sun set over the river to the west before repairing to the pub for a “one for the road” drink. Thanks to all musicians and dancers for a most enjoyable event.