Dartington Morris Men

If you would like to know a little about Dartington Morris Men, when and where we dance, how we dance and why we dance, then you're in the right place - our online calendar is kept right up to date. We also have a photo gallery and a fine collection of sheet music for traditional tunes; and you can listen to samples from our very own CD, which you can order online for quick delivery.

Christmas 2016 and New Year 2017

Boxing Day in Totnes

As is traditional, we will be dancing in Totnes at 12 midday on Boxing Day, Monday 26 December, at our usual spot on the Plains at the bottom of the town. After we plan to visit the King William IV just up the road in Fore St for some music and song. It will be great to see an audience!

On New Year's Day we will dance at Hope Cove, but slightly later than our usual midday start, this time at 1pm. Afterwards we will adjourn to the Hope and Anchor Inn, where a warm welcome awaits.

We hope to see you there, on either Boxing Day or New Year's Day.

Hell's Bells - a short film about Morris dancers

Dartington Morris Men were delighted to be invited to take part in the short film Hell's Bells, written and directed by Devon-based director Luke Jeffery and released by Wandering Tiger..

We were involved on two occasions, filming at one of our favourite pubs - the Tally Ho - and at the splendid Hearn Field near Combeinteignhead, as well as several of our members being involved in recording the chorus to the song "So it was the maiden woke", written by Ben Hudson.

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