The Perth Morris Men are holding a 40th Anniversary Ale on the 1st weekend in September 2014. The PMM first performed in public in Hay Street in March 1974.
A revised itinerary and costs can be found here - Ale Itinerary
Some of the itinerary is of more interest to the Morris fraternity however the general public will be able to enjoy Morris dancing in Forrest Place from 10:30 to 12:30 on Saturday 6th of September.
So far representatives of the following sides are travelling across to help us celebrate (click on them to go to their website):
RSVP Date was 25th of July so it has been and gone and final arrangements are now being put into place to cater for our visitors. Any enquiries should be directed to Steven Mansfield 0400 731 049 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Payment For those who have registered but still not paid our account details are BSB 036 024 Account Number 198773
T shirts and Polo shirts are available for sale. See below.
Enquiries should be addressed to Steven Mansfield at email@example.com If you want a T shirt or Polo by the Ale you need to order by Tuesday 26th of August. For sizing refer to T shirts for Ts and Polos for polos.
Perth Morris Men practice weekly other dancing commitments permitting in a Guide Hall in Monash Avenue Nedlands. The Guide Hall is adjacent to the Hollywood Primary School.
We practice from 7 to 9 then adjourn to a nearby pub.
If it is your first time it would be adviseable to contact the Squire Steven Mansfield on 0400 731 049 or via email firstname.lastname@example.org as we occassionally will perform elsewhere instead of practice.
The Perth Morris Men are once again performing for the Perth Medieval Faye on the 22nd of March doing a “roving” performance from 1 to 1:20 and again from 1:50 to 2:10 and performing on the floor stage from 12:20 to 12:40. For the program see Medieval Fayre Program 2014
For their website see http://www.wama.asn.au/
On Wednesday 12th of March, 2014 we had a couple of visitors. Thomas Mockford of Forrest of Dean Morris Men and Anne attended practice. Thomas taught us a dance and we taught him one of ours.
During the evening because this year is our 40th Anniversary Thomas presented our Squire with a collectors item – a stein that was made for the 40 year Forrest of Dean Morris Festival. A card was also presented from the Forrest of Dean.