Welcome to Isca Morris Website
You have reached the home of the world famous Isca Morris, traditional Morris Dancers from South Wales and our site provides an overview of Isca Morris and their associated traditions and activities. Please turn to our Contacts and Feedback page if you require contact details for the side and current officers.
To give you a flavour of our music we have attached a variety of folk and morris dance tunes which will play as you examine each web page. We also have a short video extracted from a Japanese television programme which shows the side dancing on May morning at Caerleon Ampitheatre.
Although our site has been set up in English, we welcome and regularly receive visitors from all parts. If you would like a translation then please press the Babel Fish Translate This Page on the relevant flag in the left hand menu options column on any of the website pages. We will then attempt to provide you with an extremely basic form of translation for each page in a variety of languages including French, German, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, Chinese, Japanese and Korean (the translation facility is not yet available in Welsh - although it is available in our range of published leaflets).
The green Monmouth caps which we wear were once knitted in the county (see our Tradition pages) and are an example of one of the earliest surviving medieval knitted garments; extremely handy for the cold Welsh weather! Our kit also includes green britches, white shirts and socks together with a multi-colour tatty coat.
Our dancing season usually extends from May 1st (when we dance at dawn in the Roman Amphitheatre at Caerleon) to about mid-September, every Wednesday evening, at a variety of real ale pubs across Newport, Torfaen and
To find your way around our site please use the navigation buttons on each web page, alternatively use our Site Map to go straight to a specific item of interest.
We are a member club of the Morris Federation, a central organisation which represents the views of a large number of clubs, both in the UK and in several other countries. We hope our site provides you with up to date and relevant information on Isca Morris and thank you for visiting us.
We keep this website regularly updated with our details so please tell your friends and visit us again. We have included a very large number of pictures of our activities which are much reduced in size for quick page loading, please let us know if you want a larger higher definition copy of any of them.