Harthill Morris proudly performed at the 2022 Thaxted Morris Festival, 17th – 19th June, in glorious sunshine.
Hi Folks, Harthill Morris are practicing again every Thursday, 7.45pm – 9.30pm, in Harthill Village Hall. Please join us.
We rehearse through to April 2022 and then our performance season commences.
Harthill Morris still meet every Thursday (the usual practice evening) via Zoom. Finally the conversation has moved onto Summer practice opportunities in the run up to, hopefully, some late Summer performances in the village. Fingers crossed.
On Thursday 7th September we will now be dancing at the West End in Killamarsh at 21:00, and not the Duke of Leeds as previously advertised. This is in addition to the previously mentioned change of The Gate Inn at Troway replacing the Beehive on Thursday 14th September at 20:00.
Unfortunately we have had to cancel our appearance at The Gate Inn in Troway, however we will now be dancing there on Thursday 14th September from 20:00 instead of at The Beehive.
New photos and a video have been uploaded on our Flickr and YouTube accounts respectively from our Thursday evening dance-out (25th May) at Wortley Mens’ Club and our performance at a wedding held at Hassop Hall on Friday (26th May). Many thanks to Keith for taking them all. You can see slideshows/embedded video after the break as well as links to the respective pages.
We wanted to share with you a photo taken at yesterday’s Dance for St. George event in Sheffield. As our very own Howie put it: ‘[t]his is the moment when police on the beat met morris men on the hop to create a truly arresting sight.’
Yesterday we were one of 12 sides who performed in Sheffield City Centre for the Dance for St. George Day of Dance hosted by the Sheffield City Giants. We had a fantastic day in what was a great way to kick-start our new dancing season.
Photos kindly supplied by Lesley Ellam from our dance-outs with the Three Shires ladies on Boxing Day 2016 have now been published on our Flickr account. The event marked the end of our 40th Anniversary celebrations and as such we performed the dances first learned by the side back in 1976. You can see a slideshow of the photos after the break, or click the link below to view the album.