15th Century Dance Workshop

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apayne
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15th Century Dance Workshop

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15th century Dance Workshop

Sunday 1st October 2006
1:30pm – 5:00pm

British Legion Hall, 21 Leyton Road, Harpenden AL5 2HU

Hertfordshire Early Dance invites you to its second workshop exploring the earliest known English dance collection. This session is likely to interest morris, folk and historical dancers as well as anyone with an interest in Moresk.

Recently discovered in the Derbyshire Record Office, the Gresley Manuscript is believed to date from before 1500, and contains 26 dance descriptions along with 13 dance tunes. The dances raise many intriguing questions of interpretation.

All welcome – no previous experience necessary.
Refreshments provided.
Fee: £5 (HED members £3)

To reserve a place, please contact Jan on: 01442 862545
email: hertsearlydance@btopenworld.com
website: www.hertsearlydance.btinternet.co.uk

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urgh, it sucks being young that i cant get to events like that which i want to do so badly :evil: :evil: :evil: :evil: :evil: :evil:

one day when im big :)
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I know I'm serving at Mass that day as I keep having to swop with others to go to events and have begun to run out of good will and friends.
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lidimy wrote:urgh, it sucks being young that i cant get to events like that which i want to do so badly :evil: :evil: :evil: :evil: :evil: :evil:

one day when im big :)
I don't see anything about age... or is it the travelling bit?
Can't ya catch a ride with someone from here?

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its the travelling thing :)

and i dont think anyone on LH lives near me, and even if they did i wouldnt be allowed to go with them.
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