We have finalised the programme for 2015.
All dates are now in the Calendar and is fully searchable. It is also downloadable so you can integrate it into most on-line calendars etc. Now you need never miss an event we are dancing at.
Have a look at it or download a version for yourself to print of at your leisure from the link to the right.
The wait is almost over. The 2015 Programme is nearing completion. After weeks of planning, it is due to be published by the end of March.
2014 finished a great year for ESMM with our traditional Boxing Day tour. We danced and performed for the first time a Mummers play to enthusiastic audiences at three of our favourite pubs near Caterham and in Godstone. Here are some photos. There are more photos in a gallery on the 2014 page, together with Videos on the website.
Come along for a seasonal sing-a-long in aid of the Stroke Association. We would welcome all singers or musicians to attend at any or all of the three stops planned for the evening. Song book provided and remember it is for a good cause. One that is close to the Clubs heart.
Hope to see you there! See the upcoming events column or the See Us tab for further details.
Come and see us at the Carshalton Frost Fair this Saturday (6th December), at 2.40pm. See link for further details
Blink and it’s gone. Another summer of dancing out is almost at an end. Your last chance to see us is on Saturday at Byfleet Boat Club.
See you there!
Saturday 19th July saw ESMM on a 5 stop tour of the beautiful Surrey Hills, an area of outstanding natural beauty. We were at some new venues and some old favourites.
Here are a few photos taken. There’s more in the gallery.
Have a look at the above two galleries they have loads of photos of both weekends. There will be further updates of 2014 shortly
The bank holiday weekend saw the 56th Tour of Kent & East Sussex, as usual with our good friends Greensleeves MM. This year we also welcomed Helmond MM from the Netherlands.
The weekend was a hugely enjoyable one for all concerned with the highlight being the unexpected encounter with a wedding party and the enthusiastic involvement of the Bride in Brighton Camp. (See photo below)