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Welcome to Mazury Dance Company, one of the largest and longest-established Polish dance groups in the UK. Set up in 1949, we now have more than 100 members in three groups. For 65 years we have continued to perform Polish national and regional songs and dances to audiences thoughout the UK and Europe, and to help raise money for charity through our performances. Our colourful and beautiful costumes, energetic and exuberant dances, evoke the unquenchable spirit of Poland! More about Mazury

Performance at Ognisko Polskie July 2016

On Sunday 17th July Mazury Senior Group to their vibrant Spiskie to entertain members of the Ognisko Polskie- Polish Hearth Club at their Summer BBQ 2016.

Days of Poland 2016

The May bank holiday was filled with sunshine for the Days of Poland Festival 2016. With the magnificent back drop of London's Tower Bridge, a festival spirit filled Potters Fields Park.

Mazur Workshop

In March, we were delighted to welcome special Guest instructor Mr Leszek Rembowski, who over three days, put Mazury members through their paces. During their rehearsal classes, over 100 dancers from all three groups had the opportunity to work with our specialist, who enthused, encouraged and inspired all with his knowledge, his teaching & his boundless energy.

Mazury take part in the Hackney Honkey Tonk

In Stoke Newington on the 18th December 2015 Mazury took part in the 'Hackney Honkey Tonk- A Christmas Knees & Nosh Up!' - An apt name for a festive extravaganza organised by Simon Cassie & Duckie for 'North London Action for the Homeless'. 30 Mazury members performed the Hajduk and Stajerek as well as sang carols in both Polish & English for the guests, many of whom were Polish.

Celebrating Chopin

In November 2015 Mazury worked in collaboration with award winning concert pianist Warren Mailley-Smith, as part of his marathon undertaking of Chopin's Complete Solo Piano Works. Dancers performed the 'Mazur Straszny Dwor' in the beautiful masterpiece of English Baroque architecture in St. John's Smith Square.