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Morris! Hey!

Morris dancing is one of England’s greatest traditions but there is not much choice when it comes to teaching resources.  

Morris! Hey! aims to put this right.  


A double DVD, plus book and CD aimed at schools, dance teachers and any other group who want to learn the dances.  

Morris Hey! was reviewed in the Summer edition 2018 of English Dance and Song

An excellent introduction to morris dance for young people…………..should be a part of every schools dance resources”

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Morris! Hey! Morris Dancing DVD Pack


Still available at the amazing price of

£20 while stocks last

For educational use

Border Morris Border morris

Morris Hey! Instructional DVD from Max Thomas on Vimeo.

Whats in the pack?

2 DVDs, a detailed book and a CD for practice and performance gives a teacher all the information they need.


Use it for

Class teaching

After School clubs

Scouts & guides

Dance Schools

Colleges

A visual back up for experienced teachers


Accessible for KS2 (7-11 yrs) with simplicity and scope for creativity and progresses to include some of the choreography and technical skills that make Morris Dancing such a distinctive art form.


There are 6 dances covering the main Morris traditions

Cotswold

Border

Molly

North West

each dance is performed in full and then broken down into easy to follow instructions for steps and patterns with close ups, freeze frames and slow motion shots. The helpful book then backs this up with diagrams, descriptions and more hints.

       

Buy HERE or from English Folk Dance & Song Society

          

The Morris! Hey! project was put together by Mike Ruff, an experienced teacher of traditional and historical dance, a Morris Dancer with St Albans Morris Men and co-author of The Maypole Manual.

   

The dancing is performed by Fool’s Gambit, an excellent, young and versatile side with filming and editing by Max Thomas.