The Ravensbourne Morris Men dance Shepherd's Hey from the village of Bampton outside the Greyhound Pub in Keston on Boxing Day 2023.

The Ravenbourne Morris Men out and about on May Day 2023.

Our Boxing Day Video 2020 went live on YouTube at 12.30 pm on 26 December 2020. Hopefully, this year we will be live-live.

Ravensbourne Morris Men danced the summer in wherever they were during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) UK lock-down: sunrise 5.32 am Friday 1st May 2020. 

The Ravensbourne Morris Men were delighted to have been invited to contribute to the Lions part October Plenty 2020 Apple Festival Online. Catch up with the rest of the festival here.

To celebrate St George's Day 2020, here is our second dancing collage. We are dancing an Isolation Morris version of Maid o' the Mill from the village of Bampton. 

Whilst in Isolation during the coronavirus COVID-19 outbreak, Ravensbourne Morris were thinking of ways to continue with practice . 

Steven Archer dancing himself out as Treasurer of the Morris Ring at St Chad’s Parish Church, Uppermill during the Saddleworth Rushcart Festival Ring Meeting, 2018. 

Highlights from the Keston Wassailing 6th January 2020.  Courtesy of our master of ceremonies, David Hicks, "During the dark times of winter, there is a whole new world of ancient English culture to enjoy. A wooden horse with a flatulence problem, tree veneration, symbolic offerings and much larking about. (We draw the line at ritual sacrifices). Come and join us for our antidote to winter."

Ravensbourne Mummers perform the ancient folk play at the Red Lion in Bromley on 17 December 2016.  Mumming is a traditional form of robust folk drama performed, usually in pubs, around Christmas and New Year. Some say that the play originally represented the triumph of the Sun over darkness at midwinter but we’ve found that performing the play puts it through a process of ad-libs and larking about until it evolves and becomes almost unrecognisable from the original article!