Whether you're a budding dancer or musician, just want to find out more - or just think that you might just like to try once with no commitments, then come along to either a public event or a practice, or talk to any of the side.
To find out what's happening and when, you'll need to join our email list - click here to sign up.
A lot of our public performances will also have Facebook events too - so you could also 'like' or 'join' us there.
If you'd like to get in contact before coming along, then please contact us here for a friendly chat.
We are a mixed side, that is to say, we have ladies as well as gentlemen. Bring your friends along, and join as a group if you wish - that way you won't need to worry about "I don't know anyone". Not that you need to worry about that anyway - we're very welcoming (we hope!). Morris dancing is a great way to help keep fit and slim too.
Whilst some of us might seen to exuberate a certain Englishness, we are at heart a very friendly bunch - and actively want to grow the side amongst Hong Kong people at large. Don't think we're 'expat only' oriented - we're not!
Are you interested in becoming a candid non-dancing friend of the morris ? That's fine - just come along.
Subscriptions are currently under review and will be published in due course, but are relatively nominal.
Whilst the main aim of our side is to have some fun and camaraderie, there are people who are interested in being instructed to become an accredited morris dancer or musician. If you're thinking this way, then get in touch.
We are developing a training/instruction schedule for the next year, and subject to demand, will be released later.
In addition to our main morris side, we are actively discussing forming a youth side.
Are you involved in a school, youth group, church, scouts or similar organisation - and want to explore starting your own morris group ? Morris dancing is a fun way to help channel the energies of the young! Get in contact - we can help get things going for you.
What does morris dancing look like ? Does it matter if it's fun and a great way to meet new friends ? Look at this: