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.

2019 Day of Dance in Totnes, Saturday 14 September

Dartington Morris Men will host a Day of Morris Dancing in Totnes on Saturday 14 September 2019. This is an event open to all local Morris sides from the Open Morris, Morris Federation, and Morris Ring and forms a Joint Morris Organisation Day of Dance.

Eight local sides will be performing, starting at 11am and finishing at around 3pm following lunch.

On display will be a mixture of Cotswold Morris, North West Clog, Border Morris and North Skelton Longsword.

We will be welcoming the following sides to join us:

New members welcome - no experience necessary!

Practising the Sea Green Sash, one of our Filkins dances

Have you ever thought of joining a Morris side? Well Dartington Morris Men are looking out for new male dancers! We are a very friendly bunch and we welcome new dancers at any time of the year - but our practice season is the best time to start. We welcome beginners in January (starting on Friday 4 Jan 2019), although they are welcome any time. Our practice sessions are most Friday nights, 8pm to 10pm, and run from October to the end of April.