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.
Our printable summer programme for the coming year is available here for download and print. It covers the period from May Day (May 1st) up to our last Friday night out in September.The programme is always subject to last-minute change and we recommend you to check an event on our online Calendar before travelling far to see us, as this is normally right up to date.
Dartington Morris Men will celebrate 50 years of dancing in 2018! We are planning several special events to mark this special year, including a Day of Dance on 8 September 2018.
Our Day of Dance will be held in Dartmouth and will include a number of local Morris sides, plus a few from further afield. Invitations have gone out and once we have received confirmations, we will announce the sides that will join us for the day.
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.
Dartington Morris are proud performers of the Filkins tradition. You can read here a little about the background to this and the historical records that refer to it and allowed the dance style to be reconstructed from the scant details available.
The new CD 'A Job Lot' by Dartington Morris Men was released in September 2014.
It was produced to coincide with our Morris Ring meeting on September 5-7 2014 and is available for sale from us when you see us out and about.
Just £6.50, including free UK delivery.
How to book us for your venue
We are normally fully booked many months in advance, but please contact the Bagman if you wish to make a booking or simply enquire about one. We plan our summer programme in February each year but you can still ask - we don't like turning down great invitations!