Dr Turbevilles

Dance sides, Free

Dr Turberville's dancers and musicians are usually found dressed as pirates when given the opportunity to perform by the sea.
Style: Cotswold
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Dr. Turbervilles Morris
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Festival locations

Events are located around the town centre, mainly Sandpit Field and Shore road. Click here for a map of the locations.

Tickets

Some parts of the Festival are free and others need you to buy a ticket. Click here for more details about tickets.

Dr Turbevilles

Dr. Turberville’s tend to go dressed as pirates when dancing in Swanage.

Dr Turberville’s Morris is a mixed Morris “side” or team originally from Crewkerne in Somerset, UK, now can now be found at Somerton in Somerset. Their names is from the most famous son of Crewkerne, the celebrated oculist Dr. D’Aubigny Turberville.

They dance English Cotswold Morris dances from the villages or “traditions” of Wayford, Hinton-in-the-Hedges, Ilmington, Bampton and Wells.

Each year Swanage is filled with a music and dance spectacle,
including FREE and ticketed events across the weekend.

FREE

Craft fair, children’s entertainment, afternoon concerts – On Sandpit field

Dance displays, a procession and music – all around the town

Tickets needed

Evening concerts – on Sandpit field

Comedy Club  and concerts and in the Conservative Club  –

Ceilidh in Swanage School

Workshops – various locations