Favourite Places to Dance

Just a few of the places we don't take any persuading to visit



Home of Victorian Sunseeekers, a little quiet in the winter, but heaving from July to September. A guaranteed crowd any Wednesday evening. Highlight of their year is Victorian Week, when the whole town dresses up in their Topppers and Crinolines. Now with added 'Verity', Damien Hirst's 60 foot high statue on the harbour. Love her or hate her, you can't ignore her


Combe Martin
Another seaside resort famous for having the longest High Street in the country. 2002 saw it's bid to hold the Guinness World record for the longest street party for the Queen's Jubilee


Must be one of the most picturesque villages going. Home to surfers all year round, and somewhere we go on a walking tour every summer



Between Ilfracombe and Combe Martin, voted one of the prettiest villages in the country. Nowadays overrun with FlowerPot Men! 

Quaint, narrow streets and a fishing heritage make this a must to visit every year.




On the coast between Ilfracombe and Woolacombe. 3 pubs, a church and a chippie. All within stick-throwing distance. The natural arena of the square makes it perfect for audience enjoyment

Tranquil today, but the scene of the horrendous Lynmouth flood disaster in 1952, and the starting point for our famous 'Porlock Hill' dance. Always an appreciative crowd, on the harbour wall


Wimborne Folk Festival
which completely takes over the centre of town.  2001 was our first visit, 2002 we stopped the rain with a minute to spare, and we've been back virtually every year since.



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August wouldn't be August without Sidmouth



Swanage Folk Festival

The end of the season. It is (almost) always sunny.
How do they do it?
And so it is the Border lot will do massed "Worcester Monkey" on the seafront. 
OBJ, us, Foxs, Wicket Brood and any others loitering about