Sutton Masque is a morris dancing side from Sutton-in-the-Isle in the southern reaches of the Cambridgeshire fens. We were founded in 2014 because Bob wanted there to be a local morris side. We are a mixed side, which means that we have male and female members. All are treated equally.
We will come and dance for you if you like. No event is too large or too small! We do this mainly because we enjoy it, so our rates are very reasonable and are intended solely to be a contribution to covering the costs of our existence.
We also welcome new members at any time whether you wish to dance, or to play the music that we dance to. We practice on a Wednesday evening. In the summer you’ll find us dancing out at one of a number of pubs local to Cambridgeshire and sometimes beyond and in the winter at the Village Hall in Witcham. Exact times tend to be flexible depending on light and rain, so if you would like to join in, it would be best to contact us first to get up to date information.
The side was founded by residents of Sutton but we are now expanding and have members from as far as Witchford & Chatteris though anyone local enough make a reasonable number of practice sessions and join some of the dance outs will be very welcome.
You can contact us by emailing our squire.