The Ouse Washes Molly Dancers

The Ouse Washes Molly Dancers have been performing the traditional molly dances of the Fens since 1984. Based in Norfolk, UK, they regularly perform at major international festivals in the UK and beyond. Their powerful dance and mysterious stories from the marshland will provide a memorable performance!


Ouse Washes will be dancing at Whittlesey Straw Bear,on Jan 10th 2015, In Ramsey for Plough Sunday 11th Jan. at the Jolly Sailors with Ramsey Junior Molly at 3:30 and in the Plough Monday Procession, leaving the Junior School at 1:00 on 12th Jan.  The Mark Jones Day of Dance is on Saturday 24th Jan, starting at The Cutter, Ely at 11:00, visiting The Anchor and The Plough in Little Downham for 1:00 and the Ten Miles from Anywhere in Upware at 3:00.

See some videos from:

Ramsey Plough Monday and Mark Jones Day of Dance

Did you see us on BBC4 “A Very English Winter”?

Ouse Washes Molly went on a “once in a lifetime” tour of Oman. We are waiting for the DVD to be produced but in the meantime please click here for some photos....

We are always looking for new recruits, dancers and musicians. We practise on a Monday evening, alternating between Wimbotsham and Fincham. Please contact us if you are interested!

We had a great time at Warwick Folk Festival, see photos of a strange ceremony and video of our ceilidh spot.

Telephone: Phil (07878000175 or 01328 701254)