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Rackaback is a vibrant and thriving mixed border team in Hull, East Yorkshire.  We formed in January 2011 and have built up a repertoire of traditionally inspired Border Morris dances with our own Rackaback twists. We dance to music played on traditional ‘morris’ instruments including accordian, concertina and melodeon to well know folk melodies and newly composed tunes.

We dance at events and pubs in Hull & East Yorkshire throughout the year - check out our Dance outs page.

Next dance out: Lincoln BIG Morris 05 Sep 15

At the Lincoln BIG Morris Saturday 5th September 2015 dance groups from across the country will converge on Lincoln for a day of Morris dancing, filling the streets with the vibrant colours and sounds of this ancient English tradition. There will be dancing all across the city with a mass display at Minster Yard at 15:00-16:00, and into the evening at The Liam Robinson Dance Band at the grand Ceilidh.

Rackaback Morris will join: Poacher Morris, Wakefield Morris, Greenwood Clog, Allington Morris, Raving Maes, Alford Morris, Rattlejag Morris, Bishops Morris Longsword, Maids of Clifton, Lincoln and Micklebarrow, Bourne Borderers, Kesteven Morris, Tatterfoals, Beverley Garland, Black Annis, Lizzy Dripping, St Katherines of Irchester, Green Ginger Garland dancers, Way of the Wyrd and the Gimsby Morris Men.

Groups of dancers will perform at the city’s Brayford Waterfront, High Street and Cathedral Quarters as part of the Lincoln BIG Morris Dancing Festival.

Click here for full list.

We’re always interested to meet new recruits. So if you're a musician who wants to play for dancers or if you fancy dancing why not give it a try. No experience is necessary as full teaching is given. Come and enjoy the dance. Details on our Joining page. Why not come and try Morris - you'll be sure of a warm welcome!

Similarly, if you'd like us to come and dance at your event, please do contact us. Rackaback Morris is fully covered by public liability insurance issued as part of its membership of the Morris Federation and The Joint Morris Organisation.