Budding New Morris Men/Lady Musicians. Come along
and see what it's all about.
As always, it's
time when like minded men with an aspiration for the Morris Dance are
invited to enlist as Dancers or Musicians, so, if you do not fancy
Cricket or Rugby, perhaps this is the team sport for you, especially
if you have an ear for the music. Whether a novice or a man of
experience you should soon be able to perform with style.
Members of the side come from all over the
Eastern half of Cornwall, so there may well be someone near you who
is part of the action, therefore do not let distance be an issue.
The Side enjoy entertaining the Public on a
regular basis from May to September, and occasionally at other time,
but all gatherings will end with some socialising that generates the
camaraderie that is usual amongst Morris Sides.
Being Members of The Morris Ring, the Dancers
are men, although the Ladies are welcome in the side as Musicians on
an equal footing with their male counterparts.
Those who are avid cinema goers should look out
for Trigg's appearance in 'The Bad Education Movie' that has been
recently released, although this does not represent the normal dance show.
Practices are held on Thursday Evenings at the
BCA Rooms, on Mount Folly, Bodmin at 8 pm, so if you feel it is for
you just turn up on a Thursday and see if it is for you. Come join us
for a beer afterwards at the Masons Arms, Bodmin.
For other information, call Roger on 01208 73907.
Come watch us practice on a
Thursday evening at the Bodmin Public Rooms during the winter months,
join us for a pint or two at Masons Arms Bodmin afterwards. Who
knows? you might want to join us!
Trigg Morris Show Dance at Chipping Campden Morris Ring Meeting 2012
We practice each Thursday during
the Winter in the Bodmin Community Association (BCA) Rooms from 8pm
to 10pm then after practice, we slake our thirst in one of the towns
hostelries. Fancy joining us to see what it is all about? Drop
in or e-mail our Bagman
FOR SALE; Postcards, Badges and an informative little book,
"The Morris Tradition" only £1.50