Day of Dance 2022 – London South Bank

On Saturday the 14th May we shall be dancing up the South Bank accompanied by several other dance sides from the Cotswold and Clog traditions including Old Palace Clog (Croydon), Offcut Morris (Croydon), Marlings Clog (Edenbridge) and the Greenwich Morris Men.

We start at the George (Borough High Street) in the morning then various points twixt the Golden Hinde (just upstream of Borough Market) and Blackfriars Railway Bridge in the afternoon.

For anybody unsure of how the river flows (and some folks seem to be), then upstream is to your left if you are looking at the river from the South Bank.

11:00 George Inn (75 Borough High St, London SE1 1NH)

13:45 Old Thameside Inn by the Golden Hinde.

15:00 The Anchor

16:00 Founders Arms

Schedule is subject to unforseen changes due to tempest, pestilence, beer shortage or Morris Time. If in doubt just listen for the music and merriment: before lunch at the George; after lunch wander upstream (west) from Borough Market.

London Bridge rail/tube is handy for access being within 15 minutes stroll of all tour stops. One can depart at the finish via the nearby Blackfriars rail/tube or enjoy a 15-20 minute walk to Waterloo rail/tube.

Food is available at the pubs and also from a plethora of food stalls in Borough Market.

We look forward to seeing you at some point during the day.

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