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Rag Morris (Bristol Rag Morris) [Website]


Dancers who perform Plays

Home Town:

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


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




Forthcoming: None registered


Past events:


GMap 19-Nov-2011

1. -     -    

Bath, Somerset, England - International Mummers' Unconvention


GMap 29-Aug-2011

1. - 13:00

Westonbirt Arboretum, Tetbury, Gloucestershire, GL8 8QS, England - In the courtyard, as part of Treefest 2011


Rag Morris Mummers present “Bold Robin Hood”. (A traditional-ish play.)


GMap 09-Jul-2011

1. - 15:30

Priddy Folk Festival, Priddy, Somerset, BA5 3BB, England


Rag Morris Mummers present “Bold Robin Hood”. (A traditional-ish play.)


GMap 07-Jul-2011

1. - 20:30

Pump House, Merchants Rd, Hotwells, Bristol, BS8 4PZ, England

2. - 21:00

Nova Scotia, Cumberland Basin Rd, Hotwells, Bristol, BS1 6XL


Rag Morris Mummers present “Bold Robin Hood”. (A traditional-ish play.)


GMap 30-Apr-2011

1. - 11:30

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

2. - 12:30

L-Shed, Princes Wharf, Wapping Rd, Bristol, Bristol, BS1 4RN - Free performance outside L-shed. Subject to events licencing.

3. - 14:00

Colston Hall, Colston St, Bristol, Bristol, BS1 5AR - For Bristol Folk Festival ticket-holders only.


THE NINE LIVES OF ISAMBARD KINGDOM BRUNEL. Rag Morris Mummers present their play celebrating the life and work of Isambard Kingdom Brunel. 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. This play has been revived for the Bristol Folk Festival, which takes place at the Colston Hall over the May Day Bank Holiday weekend.


Other past years: 2009 (2), 2010 (3), 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


Gavin Skinner (

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