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Folk Plays - Winter 2004/2005 - Steyning Tipteerers

John Harriyott


The Steyning Tipteerer Play performed by Chanctonbury Ring Morris Men at The Star, Steyning, West Sussex, Boxing Day 2004

Steyning Tipteerers, "Oh fie, Oh fie my man is slain and on the ground his body lain."
"Oh fie, Oh fie my man is slain and on the ground his body lain."
Left to right: Bold Prince, St.George, Noble Captain, Valliant Soldier, and on the ground is the recently slain Turkish Knight. Father Christmas is hidden and The Doctor has yet to make his entrance.

This performance celebrated the 120th year since the collection and publication of the play.


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