Formed ten years ago, Hevva have danced and played their way through the last ten years, performing, teaching and promoting Cornish music and dance at home and abroad – and having a lot of fun along the way!

Dances range from social dances, with their roots in the 18 th century, to lively step dances and new dances in traditional style. Our name is taken from the cry of the huers, the look-outs on the cliffs, when a shoal of pilchards was sighted and our costume is based on the working clothes of Cornwall in the late 19th century, including faithful reproductions of ‘gooks’ or head-dresses, each from a  different town or village.

We are delighted to be returning to Cwlwm Celtaidd and are looking forward very much to taking part in the festival and getting back together with old friends!