The Newnham Folk Dancers Programmes

Monday Feb 22nd 1926 7:50-9:00
Galopede
Gathering Peascods
Nancy's Fancy
Goddesses
Folk songs: The Keeper;  Dashing Away
We Won't go Home Till Morning
Sellenger's Round
Saturday April 24th 1926 8-8:45
Note: held in Clough Hall, would have been on the lacrosse field to a gramaphone had it been fine
We Won't go Home Till Morning
Black Nag
Folk Songs: Oh! No John;  The Drunken Sailor;  William Taylor
Brighton Camp
Gathering Peascods
Sellenger's Round
On May 1st there was a joint display with the Cambridge Morris Men in Clough Hall
Saturday May 8th 1926 8-9
Brighton Camp
Black Nag
Nancy's Fancy
Gathering Peascods
Flowers of Edinburgh
Goddesses
Thursday October 28th 1926 8-9
Bonnets so blue
Goddesses
Gathering Peascods
Dashing away with the smoothing iron
Raggle taggle Gypsies
The Drunken Sailor
Saturday November 6th 1926 5:15-6:15
Gathering Peascods
Rufty Tufty
Nancy's Fancy
William Taylor
On Yonder Hill
The Keeper
Thursday November 11th 1926 8-9
Black Nag
Nancy's Fancy
Rufty Tufty
Goddesses
Sellenger's Round
Bingo
Tree in the Wood
Drunken Sailor
Saturday November 20th 1926 5:15-6:15
The Geud Man of Ballangigh
Gelding the Devil
Goddesses
Pop Goes the Weasel
Flowers of Edinburgh
Rufty Tufty
On Yonder Hill
Shanandar
William Taylor
Wednesday January 26th 1927 8-9
Goddesses
Galopede
Epping Forest
Gathering Peascods
Brighton Camp
Bonnets so Blue
William Taylor
As I was Going to Banbury
Spanish Ladies
Wednesday February 2nd 1927 8-9
Galopede
Rufty Tufty
Epping Forest
Haste to the Wedding
Newcastle
Goddesses
Shanandar
The Keeper
Spanish Ladies
Friday February 11th 1927 8-9
Newcastle
Haste to the Wedding
Hey Boys, up go we
Goddesses
Black Jack
William taylor
Shanandar
Dashing Away
Wednesday February 16th 1927 8-9
Black jack
Black Nag
Newcastle
Hyde Park
Goddesses
Hey Boys, up go we
No John
Drunken Sailor
A-roving
Friday February 25th 1927 8-9
Merry Merry Milkmaids
Picking up Sticks
Newcastle
Hyde Park
Hey Boys, up go we
Sellenger's Round
Wednesday March 9th 1927 8-9
London is a Fine Town
Picking up Sticks
Newcastle
Black Nag
Hey Boys, up go we
Merry Merry Milkmaids
The Keeper
The Dead Horse
Banbury
Wednesday April 25th 1927 ("in the garden for a short while after dinner. Musician: Miss Schoefield (violin)")
Rufty Tufty
Newcastle
We Won't go Home Till Morning
Goddesses
Gathering Peascods
Wednesday May 11th 1927 8-9
Gathering Peascods
Rufty Tufty
Goddesses
Jenny Pluck Pears
Christchurch Bells
Sellenger's Round
Wednesday May 18th 1927 7:45-8:30
Black Nag
Picking up Sticks
Hey Boys, up go we
Rufty Tufty
Hit and Miss
Parson's Farewell
Sellenger's Round
Wednesday May 25th 1927 7:45-8:30
Newcastle
Picking up Sticks
Gathering Peascods
Black Nag
Sellenger's Round
Wednesday June 8th 1927
Nancy's fancy
If All the World Were Paper
London is a Fine Town
Goddesses
We Won't Go Home Till Morning
Rufty Tufty
Newcastle
Sellenger's Round
Thursday October 27th 1927 7:45-8:45
Gathering Peascods
Rufty Tufty
We Won't Go Home Till Morning
Goddesses
Shanandar
Dashing Away...
No John
Raggle Taggle Gypsies
Wednesday November 2nd 1927 7:45-8:45
The Indian Queen
Goddesses
Black Nag
Bonnets so Blue
Rufty Tufty
Spanish Ladies
Seventeen Come Sunday
The Keeper
Thursday November 10th 1927 7:45-8:45
The Indian Queen
Gathering Peascods
Picking up Sticks
Goddesses
Spanish Ladies
Gently Johnny
Blow Away the Morning Dew
Saturday November 10th 1927 5:15. Joint display with the Cambridge Morris Men
Wednesday November 23rd 1927 8-9
The Boatman
Epping Forest
Haste to the Wedding
Rufty Tufty
The Indian Queen
Gathering Peascods
Thursday January 26th 1928 8-9
Haste to the Wedding
Rufty Tufty
Fourpence Halfpenny Farthing
The Boatman
The Geud Man of Ballangigh
Goddesses
Gathering Peascods
Gently Johnny
Admiral Benbow
He Back - She Back
A-Roving
Thursday February 9th 1928 7:50-9
The Boatman
Fourpence Halfpenny Farthing
Christchurch bells
Gathering Peascods
Picking up Sticks
Spanish Ladies
Raggle Taggle Gypsies
Thursday February 16th 1928
Pop Goes the Weasel
The Boatman
Galopede
The Black Nag
Brighton Camp
Sellenger's Round
A-Roving
He Back - She Back
Morning Dew
Thursday February 23rd 1928 7:40-8:40
Fourpence Halfpenny Farthing
The Boatman
Amaryllis
Juice of Barley
Rufty Tufty
If All the World Were Paper
He Back - She Back
I'm Seventeen Come Sunday
William Taylor
During Michealmas Term 1928 the following dances were taught
My Lady Cullen
We Won't go Home Till Morning
Gathering Peascods
Sellenger's Round
Goddesses
Nonesuch
Jenny Pluck Pears
Sage Leaf
Rufty Tufty
Three Meet
Bobbing Joe
Upon a Summer's Day
Black Nag
No record of programmes for Lent 1929, but a note that singing was abolished as being generally unpopular
During Michealmas Term 1929 the following dances were taught
Childgrove
Christchurch Bells
Epsom New Wells
The Geud Man of Ballangigh
Goddesses
If All The World Were Paper
Maids' Morris
Merry Merry Milkmaids
The Old Mole
Put on Thy Smock on a Monday
Sellenger's Round
Three Meet
Upon a Summer's Day
We Won't go Home Till Morning
An energetic few danced the Running Set on Wednesday lunchtimes.
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