Miners in Newcastle perform an traditional folk dance with swords.
Full title reads: "Newcastle. Miner Dancers. Winlaton's veteran troupe of working miners - the youngest is over 60 - rehearse their Centuries old dances for forthcoming folk dance festival."
Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Tyne and Wear.
A group of elderly men walk towards camera. One of them is playing a squeezebox / accordion. They are followed by a small group of children. They take off their jackets.
Pan along dancers. They are holding swords to perform a sword dance. The traditional folk dance has been going on for a long time.
The men perform their traditional dance. CU of the man playing the accordion. More shots of the dance.
Note: this form of dancing is called 'rapper dancing' and originates for North East England. AH 2001.