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Bournemouth, Dorset: Traditional Folk Plays at Christmas & Easter

  The Morris Ring

Christmas Mummers Programme 2017


Times of performances are uncertain at best - the first performance of an evening should start at the published time - subsequent performances may be a little later than shown depending on factors such as encores, mince pies, beer, road conditions etc.  Links to the venues are provided as a convenience, and Stourvale Mummers are not responsible for content at these sites.  Post Codes where given are believed to be correct (if you find an error please let us know).


2nd December 2017: Our programme for the Christmas 2017 tours is now complete as shown below.

Our grateful thanks to the landlords and landladies of the pubs and restaurants for generously allowing us to invade their premises and collect from their customers. 

  • Sunday 17th December
  • Monday 18th December
  • No performances - we're resting our voices tonight before the full-on onslaught of the next 5 evenings
  • Tuesday 19th December
  • Wednesday 20th December
  • Thursday 21st December
  • 8.00 pm The Alpine Bar, Wimborne Square.  BH21 1LT - thanks to the Bierfass Oompah band for allowing us to gatecrash their performance
  • 8:30 pm The Vine, Pamphill.  BH21 4EE
  • 9.00 pm The White Hart, Cornmarket, Wimborne.  BH21 1JL
  • 10.00 pm Wimborne Folk Club at The Horns Inn, Colehill, Wimborne.  BH21 7AA
  • Friday 22nd December
  • Saturday 23rd December - Afternoon
  • Various times after about 12:00 noon at Sixpenny Brewery, at Holwell Farm, Holwell, Cranborne.  BH21 5QP.   We will be performing during the brewery's Christmas Open Day..
  • Saturday 23rd December - Evening


For further details contact Alf Woodall - please see the contacts page.

If you are interested, you can see the script (if it can be described as such) of the Sixpenny Handley play that we perform.  Although we try to be as accurate as possible, the ongoing "folk-process" does lead to variation and ad-libs to include topical events and local references as actor sees fit.

Just occasionally, during the Easter and/or St. George's Day periods, we also perform a Pace-egging play.


Page last updated: 2nd December 2017

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