Madder Mill Molly is a mixed gender Molly team based in the Carshalton/Wallington area, who, after much research and preparation, finally got off the ground at the beginning February 2020. With practice and enthusiasm, we had hoped to be dance-ready for the 2020 season, alas, of course, this was not to be. Like everyone else our plans had to be put on hold.

 

Now, as rules have relaxed, we have relaunched, which means we are looking for new dancers to join our team. No previous experience is necessary but because of the dance style, anyone joining us as dancer will need to have good knees and hips! Other than that, enthusiasm, and a willingness to help build/be part of a team is all that is asked.

Please feel free to contact us with any questions or for further details.

Although we are an adult team, we could consider older accompanied children

 Events 2022 

29h January , @1030 onwards - Mark Jones Day of Dance, Ely, Cambs.

27th February - Wassail ! @1400 Beddington Park 

15th March @1030 - Seniors coffee morning, Carshalton

12th April - Private event

23rd April - St Georges day dance, Gipsy Hill 

5th May - Sportsman, Mogador

12th May - Private Event

14th May 10:10 am until 6:00 pm -Westminster Morris Day of Dance 

4th June - Honeywood Museum @ 15:15

4th June - Street Party @ 16:30

5th June - Street Party @ 12:30

5th June - Workshop TBA

25th June - Boxhill Bedlam Day of Dance , Dorking

2nd July - Hebden Bridge

3rd July - Crown affair - Bacup Lancs

4-8th August Broadstairs Folk Festival, Kent.

10-11th September -  Swanage Folk Festival, Dorset

24th September - South Downs folk festival Bognor Regis

21st October @19:00 -  Beer Festival St Johns church, South Wimbledon

**Next practice TBA - meet at  Cryer Arts**

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WHAT IS MOLLY DANCING?

It is a style of Morris Dancing that originated in East Anglia. No hankies, bells or sticks, but a definite need for disguise.

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WHERE ARE YOU BASED?

Not East Anglia but the London Borough of Sutton in the Carshalton /Wallington area

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WHERE DO YOU DANCE ?

Once the team is fully up and running we hope to dance at various events  and  of course a good old dance out at a pub or two!