2021 Covid update

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. 

New photos & video

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.

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En Garde!

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.’

Harthill Morris meet South Yorkshire Police during Dance for St. George

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Photos from Boxing Day 2016

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.

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2017 Thursday Dance-Out Programme Released

Cartoon - "A little gentle morris dancing..."Stop the presses!  We have finally released our Thursday evening dance-out schedule for 2017, and we’re all rather excited about it.  The list details what we’ll be doing (and in some cases who we will be doing it with) on the majority of Thursday evenings from May to September, with a brief interlude whilst we nip over to Poland for a week in between.  You can view the printer-friendly schedule by clicking here, and be on the lookout for our official 2017 Programme that should be flying off the presses soon, once we’ve started them up again…