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England

Bristol

Rag Morris (Bristol Rag Morris) [Website]

Category:

Dancers who perform Plays

Home Town:

Bristol, Grid Ref.: ST5872, Lat.& Long.: 51.4495, -2.5973

Description:

Primarily a morris dancing side, but occasionally performing traditional-style plays.

Established:

1981

Performances:

Forthcoming: None registered

 

Past events:

 

GMap 15-Sep-2009

1. - 19:00

Explore-At-Bristol, Anchor Road, Bristol, Bristol, BS1 5DB, England - Science centre in the heart of Bristol's harbourside.

Notes:

THE NINE LIVES OF ISAMBARD KINGDOM BRUNEL. Rag Morris Mummers present their new play celebrating the life and work of Isambard Kingdom Brunel - on the 150th anniversary of the death of Britain's greatest engineer. This will be followed by a related Science Cafe discussion in Explore-at-Bristol at 20:00.

 

GMap 12-Sep-2009

1. - 10:00

Sion Hill Lookout, near Clifton Suspension Bridge, Sion Hill, Bristol, Bristol, BS8 4BL, England - Viewing area close to the Clifton Bridge.

2. - 11:30

Underfall Yard, Cumberland Road, Bristol, Bristol, BS1 6XG - Dockside boatyard close to harbour master's office.

3. - 13:30

Brunel's SS Great Britain Performance Area, Great Western Dockyard, Bristol, Bristol, BS1 6TY - Dockside area next to ticket office.

4. - 14:30

Queen Square, Bristol, Bristol, BS1 4LH - The centre of the Queen square.

5. - 15:30

Brunel's Old Station Passenger Shed, Temple Meads, Bristol, Bristol, BS1 6QH - In the passenger shed, by the Empire and Commonwealth museum.

Notes:

THE NINE LIVES OF ISAMBARD KINGDOM BRUNEL. Rag Morris Mummers present their new play celebrating the life and work of Isambard Kingdom Brunel - commemorating the 150th anniversary of the death of Britain's greatest engineer. Step back in time to the 1800s for a unique glimpse at Brunel's achievements, from the Thames Tunnel to the Clifton Suspension Bridge via the Great Western Railway and the Great Steamships.

 

Other past years: 2010 (3), 2011 (5), 2014 (2)

Media Links:

1. Flickr Photostream with images of Rag Morris Mummers' Play - Validated link
flickr - Photo(s) [16 Photos / 2 Videos], Gavin Skinner, 12-Sep-2009
2. Celebrating the life of Isambard Kingdom Brunel - Validated link
This is Bristol - News article , 25-Aug-2009

Contact:

Gavin Skinner (fds_gavin@yahoo.com)

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