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Coronavirus

Since 16th March, practices are online by Zoom.

Virtual practice is not ideal, but it does facilitate some social interaction and also enables our more distant members and others to participate. On the 2nd of June we were joined by members of Utrecht Morris. Here's a glimpse of that practice:- https://www.facebook.com/watch/?v=2992535584133959

The video shows that Zoom does not give good sound qualty, and internet latency is variable so the music sometimes appears uneven. But we assure you that the music was in good condition when it left. But mainly we have been practicing one-man jigs rather than set dances.

Welcome

Our Day of Dance on September 28th 2019 launched a year of celelebrations to mark 40 years of Peterborough Morris! However, as 2020 was cancelled, our celebrations will now extend into 2021.

TonyHadleyGolfgigEntertainment at the Tony Hadley Golf Classic Gala Dinner, Holiday Inn, Fri 6 Sep 2019. Image by Richard Simons.

Peterborough Morris perform traditional Morris dances of England, an important part of our country's heritage. In spring and summer, we dance in and around Peterborough and occasionally further afield.

New members are always welcome; for details see the "Join us" link on the menu to the left.

Do contact us to arrange for some morris at your event or venue.

To whet your appetite, here we are performing Riggs of Doom in Cathedral Square on our Day of Dance September 2019.

And a report by That's Cambridge  from the same day.