Category Archives: Day of Dance

Mark Jones Day of Dance 2019

Come and enjoy the largest annual gathering of Molly Dancers in the UK.  More details will appear nearer the date.

Gordon Phillips, founder of Ouse Washes Molly Dancers, says:
This event has become the largest get-together of molly teams in the country, but we didn’t aim for that in the beginning.  We thought back then, don’t remember exactly when, that it would be good to have a day in mid-winter when we danced in the places that it all comes from, or one of them, and get together with those friends we didn’t dance with anymore.”

 

Mark Jones Day of Dance 2018

Joining Ouse Washes on our Day of Dance, the largest annual gathering of Molly Dancers in the UK,  will be

Gog Magog Molly
Good Easter Molly Gang
The Norwich Kitwitches
Mepal Molly

Misfit Molly
Old Glory
Oxblood Molly Dancers
Seven Champions

Gordon Phillips, founder of Ouse Washes Molly Dancers, says:
This event has become the largest get-together of molly teams in the country, but we didn’t aim for that in the beginning.  We thought back then, don’t remember exactly when, that it would be good to have a day in mid-winter when we danced in the places that it all comes from, or one of them, and get together with those friends we didn’t dance with anymore.”

 

Mark Jones Day of Dance 2017

Joining Ouse Washes on our Day of Dance, the largest gathering of Molly Dancers in the UK,  will be
Black Annis
Good Easter Molly Gang
Hornbeam Molly
The Norwich Kitwitches
Mepal Molly
Old Glory
Oxblood Molly Dancers
Rhubarb Tarts
Seven Champions

Gordon Phillips, founder of Ouse Washes Molly Dancers, says:
This event has become the largest get-together of molly teams in the country, but we didn’t aim for that in the beginning.  We thought back then, don’t remember exactly when, that it would be good to have a day in mid-winter when we danced in the places that it all comes from, or one of them, and get together with those friends we didn’t dance with anymore.”

 

Mark Jones Day of Dance 2016

Joining us in our midwinter revels will be Black Annis Molly, Good Easter Molly Gang, Holly Copse Molly, The Norwich Kitwiches, Mepal Molly Men, Old Glory Molly Dancers, Ox Blood Molly Dancers and Seven Champions Molly Dancers.  With so many sides from different parts of the country you’ll be sure to see a remarkable variety of dancing styles and hear some great music.

Look out for spectacular massed performances of Birds a-Building at the Cutter Inn and the Mississippi Mud Dance at the Plough and cheer on anyone brave enough to perform a Broom Dance.

Gordon Phillips, founder of Ouse Washes Molly Dancers, says:
This event has become the largest get-together of molly teams in the country, but we didn’t aim for that in the beginning.  We thought back then, don’t remember exactly when, that it would be good to have a day in mid-winter when we danced in the places that it all comes from, or one of them, and get together with those friends we didn’t dance with anymore.”