We are now at the end of the dancing season, and Chalice MM will be looking to keep members numbers up, so are always keen for new members be it dancers or musicians. So, if you feel you could benefit from healthy exercise, would enjoy a good social life and have been entertained by what you have seen this pass summer please contact us about joining this elite group. From September to April Chalice can be found at practice at Brent Knoll Parish Hall (Brent Street, Brent Knoll, Highbridge, TA9 4EH) Practice for the winter season will be on Thursday evenings commencing at 8:00pm (tbc).
Thursday 25th August was Chalice’s traditional closure of the dancing season, and what a stonking good evening of dance and song on a welcome return to The Old Kings Head, Worle, photos and videos which can be seen on link page The OKH. 🍺😎. https://chalicemorris.org/the-old-kings-head-25822/
Breaking news……..“Can’t get enough of our singing? Are you sure? 😂 Morris Minor will be joining The Beach’d Buoys and others for an afternoon of folk songs, shanties and fun at the Captain’s Cabin in Weston-super-Mare. The event kicks off at 2PM on the 1st of October, and we join them at 5PM until 6PM (new times!). As they say, be there or be somewhere else!”
A gallery of some of this years performances appear in the link to Chalice At Play.
Chalice normally dance out during the summer months, traditionally starting in May until August visiting venues and hostelries in towns and villages throughout Somerset. During the coming months we will be bringing you more news regarding Chalice and stories of its illustrious past, and if you need further information please use email links below.
Formed almost 50 years ago, Chalice Morris have been entertaining many parts of Somerset and beyond with their dancing skills in the Cotswolds tradition of Morris Dancing. However this is only part of what makes The Chalice Morris team what it is.
Many of the dances we do are in the Cotswold tradition with many from Oxfordshire villages such as Adderbury, Bampton, Headington and Fieldtown.
For more information on Morris Dancing the following link is a good start: https://themorrisring.org/