Magog ladies

Dance sides, Free

Dancers wear white dresses with pinny and shawl in individual bright colours. Musicians wear black trousers, black waistcoats with the Magog on back.
From: Horsham
Style: North West
Website: http://magogmorris.org.uk/
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Magog Morris 2022
You'll be able to enjoy Magog ladies at this year's Swanage Folk Festival.

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.

Magog ladies

Magog , from Horsham in Sussex, were formed in 1974 and will be celebrating 50 years in 2024. To begin with Magog danced mainly Cotswold but over the years have added Northwest, Stave, Garland and their own Horsham tradition.

Besides travelling the length and breadth of the UK they have also danced in many countries across the continent. Wherever we are invited though, Swanage is a firm favourite.

They are a ladies side and dance a variety of traditions including Cotswold, Stave, North West Clog, Garland and dances in our own Horsham tradition.

The Magog ladies dance in white dress with various coloured aprons and shawl for dancers, black waistcoats for musicians.