Buxton Day of Dance
Buxton Day of Dance 2019 – Sat 20th July
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A feast of traditional dancing from around the country. Over 160 dancers & musicians from 17 different dancing sides performed at our annual Day of Dance on Saturday 21st July 2018.
Find out more about the visiting sides
To find out more about the dancing sides who attended click on the images below to open up their websites.
Adlington Morris Men
based in Adlington, Cheshire and performing Cotswold Morris since 1964
Black Adder Morris
a mixed gender, all ages, side from Selly Oak, Birmingham with dances based on the North West tradition.
Chapel-en-le-Frith Morris Men
the local hosts from Chapel-en-le-Frith performing Cotswold Morris in the Peak District since 1975.
a border morris side based in the ancient village of Penkhull, North Staffordshire.
step clog dancers from Retford in Nottinghamshire
Fiddle n Feet
a mixed Appalachian dance team, formed over 15 years ago and based in Shipley, West Yorkshire.
Glorishears of Brummagem
Birmingham's premier women's Morris side performing traditional Cotswold Morris dances. First visit to Buxton Day of Dance.
a Cotswold Morris dancing side from the most southerly village in Yorkshire.
Knots of May
a women's side from way south in Sussex, with dances from the North West and further afield. Newcomers to Buxton Day of Dance.
the women's Cotswold Morris side from Leek
Maids of Clifton
female dance team based in Nottingham, and dancing traditional and original clog dances in the North-west tradition of morris dancing.
Manchester Morris Men
dancing North West and Cotswold Morris since 1930
Mendip Morris Men
from North Somerset dancing Cotswold Morris since 1956
Old Speckled Hen
a mixed North West Clog side from Abingdon, Oxfordshire. First time at Buxton Day of Dance.
a mixed group based in Whaley Bridge who dance Traditional & Evolving Border Morris. Buxton Day of Dance regulars.
formed in 1975 to perform the traditional women`s morris dances of Cheshire and Lancashire.
performing dances from 17th to early 19th century in Regency dress. First time at Buxton Day of Dance.
For photo memories of previous Buxton Days of Dance visit our Facebook page or click the following links:
photos (courtesy of Bill Rich), photos (courtesy of Wytchwood Morris), and the following link for videos on our You Tube page.
Buxton Day of Dance is part of
Buxton Festival Fringe