Covid-19... A few tit-bits to help you through the current crisis

  • St Georges Day Mummers play
    Exploiting the wonders of modern technology, the wizzards (and witches) of Broadwood have, for your delight and delectation, assembled their meagre resources to provide you with a mummers play that will meet no equal!
  • Our very own Jim renders Henry V
    Our Jim rises to the occasion to muster the spirits of all with a rousing speech from his Horsham back garden. Definitely our finest hour (this Thursday evening).
  • May Eve Extravaganza
    Rory and Dick devote their daily exercise opportunity to offer, on May Eve, a fine rendition of the Princess Royal solo jig - Bledington.
  • Day of Dance 2020
    Many will be aware that Covid-19 put paid to our full 2020 Day of Dance. However, some intrepid heros ventured out to ensure that the day was marked, at least at a token level, with an appropriately "Socially Distanced" (if, albeit, windy) performance Princess Royal Jig outside Ray Welton's brewery.
  • The Longest Day
    A motion picture to commemmorate the passing of the summer solstice.
  • Maypoles to Mistletoe
    The production we have participated in with Magog on the run-up to Christmas for more years than we can remember. For 2020, the principals put together this video "taster". Enjoy!
  • Jimmy Dawes
    A Christmas warning to all naughty boys by our very own Jim Farr.
  • The Rusper Mummers Play
    A Covid-secure 2020 version of your favourite local mummers play filmed at a not-so-secret location when nobody was around.
  • DIY Wassail
    Perform your very own Wassail on your unloved apple trees by using our easy-to-use Wassail instructional.
  • Furry Day Carol
    The Massed Band of Broadwood and The Broadwood Men perform in a way that only video productions can render. A massed display of dexterity and precision dancing for your delectation and delight... the Furry Day Carol as never before performed in Maypoles to Mistletoe.

That's all folks ...for now, but we will try to add to the collection as interest (and despairation) grows.