Aldbrickham Clog & Step Dancers - A side from Reading, dancing traditional clog and step dances from all over the British Isles
Anonymous Morris - A young, energetic mixed Border Morris side from Poole old Town
Bloodstone Border Morris - A riotous mixed Border side, some of whose dances relate to Isle of Wight legends
Clausentum Morris - A recently-formed, young, energetic Cotswold side based in Hampshire
Customs & Exiles - A high-energy mixed side from Wokingham, dancing North West and Border dances
Deorfrith Morris - A mixed side from the New Forest dancing a variety of Cotswold and Border dances including lesser-known ones
Ellington Morris - A traditional Morris side based in Maidenhead; one of the few mixed Cotswold teams in the area
Fishbourne Mill - A mixed side from Chichester, mainly dancing in the Cotswold tradition
Fleur de Lys - A ladies’ stave dance side from Godalming, Surrey, with dances originating from several parts of England
Garston Gallopers - A mixed Cotswold side from West Berkshire, whose green and purple costume is inspired by the old local school uniform!
Hobo's Morris - A female Border Morris side based in Poole, Dorset. They paint their faces as tigers for fun!
Hook Eagle Morris Men - A lively men’s Border side from central Hampshire, characterised by the feathers in their hats and colourful tatters
Hurst Morris People - A friendly mixed side from near Reading dancing in the Cotswold style. Affectionately known as HuMP
Knickerbocker Glory - An Appalachian dance team from Alton, Hampshire, who dance in the precision clogging style
Minden Rose - A ladies' Garland dance side from Alton, Hampshire, who dance in a variety of styles
Mythago - A team from Sussex, whose aim is to recreate pre-Christian English stories through Border dance, narration, verse and song, wearing black tatters and distinctive masks
New Forest Meddlars - A mixed side from Lyndhurst, with an 'unfussy assortment' of dances from the Cotswold and Border traditions
OBJ Morris - A mixed Border side from Bracknell and Wokingham who wear green, black and white tatters
Quayside Cloggies - A ladies' North West clog and Garland side from Bournemouth, with colourful handmade costumes
Red Stags Morris - A mixed Border side formed in 1968 at Southampton University, they dance their own style of Border, comprising traditional, adapted and new dances
Sarum Morris - A mixed side from Salisbury, dancing mainly in the Cotswold tradition with a few added extras
Southern Lights - A folk side from Southampton dancing specially created dances in the southern dance tradition - no clogs!
Sweet Rapper - A ladies' Rapper Sword team based in Bournemouth, accompanied by a single musician
Taeppa’s Tump - A ladies’ North West side from near Maidenhead. Their name comes from the nearby burial mound of a local Saxon chieftain
Wickham Morris - A sociable side from Wickham, Hampshire, dancing traditional and made-up dances in Cotswold and Border styles
Wight Bells - A ladies' North West dance side from the Isle of Wight, with dances named after Island locations
Winchester Morris Men - Our local side was formed in 1953 in the Eclipse Inn, Winchester, and is a traditional Cotswold dance side
Cath Watkins Southern Step workshop - A chance for audience participation in these half hour workshops recreating a lost tradition of stepping to Hampshire tunes. There are no set routines; all you need is feet!
Southampton Folk Orchestra - An open access group that plays traditional folk music with connections to the local area.
Bella Voce - An auditioned choir from Testbourne Community School
Barton Stacey Chamber Choir - Formed in 2011, a community choir that invites all singers (experienced or not) to try a wide variety of musical styles.
Creative Palaver - Callum English and team will be running circus skills workshops throughout the day, including juggling, spinning plates, diabolo and much more. www.creativepalaver.co.uk