Orange Peel Morris


See our Concerts page for our upcoming carolling and mummering events for the 2015–2016 winter.

Number of Days left

until May Day!

For more information, corrections and comments,

please contact the Orange Peel web-master:

or the Orange Peel Squire


Morris is an old English folk dance performance form that includes several types of dance from various regions: Cotswold, Northwest, Border, Molly, Longsword, Rapper, and Clog.

We do Border Morris originally from the English border counties of Worcestershire, Herefordshire, and Shropshire, adding in our own inventions, plus those we have gleaned from others. High spirits and high energy — “a rude vigour” — typify our Border Morris dancing.

We create lots of interest when we dance at local events and festivals. We also sing and play traditional English music, including old Christmas carols mainly from the South Yorkshire area; and we perform traditional English mummering plays. Mostly, we have a lot of fun together!

Can we share our enjoyment with you?

(Contact our Squire or our web-master for more information,

either to join us, or to have us perform for you.)

What is Morris Dancing?

The Border Morris dancing side

    from the Orangeville area north-west of Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

        otherwise known as

The Greater City of Orangeville, Peel, Dufferin and Simcoe County,
Anti-Temperance League, Light Orchestra, Caroling & Choral Society, Mummering Troupe,

    and Border Morris Dance Side


Orange Peel in Holmfirth, Yorkshire,
2013 May 11

“A chance to perform in the street, to show off, to be loud or silly or raucous, to violate normal standards of behavior and not only get away with it but be applauded for it.”   (from Rich Holmes)

What’s Current?

Orange Peel at MIll Race Festival 2015, Cambridge Ontario

2015 August 01