Boxing Day Dancing 2004

Despite numbed hands hardly a stick was dropped. The appreciative crowd cheered particularly loudly when that did happen, in true Boxing Day tradition.


Look, in particular, for the way that the dancing lines are defined, not by concepts of "straightness", but by the Einsteinian theory of relativity - in the case of Little Egypt, governed by the Body Mass of the Lead Figure, hereinafter referred to as "The Squire".

The next page of pictures features our Musicians and Related Hangers On


The Origins of the Tradition

The Beginning of the Day

The Music

The Unmentionables

Mumming 2004/5

Y Viva Another Sort of Dance: Little Egypt Spain

Morris Index

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Steve Clarke 10 January 2005. steve@little-egypt.org.uk 09 November 2005