Unlike Cotswold Morris, Molly dancing and English Longsword (and Northwest clogging, for that matter) are considered Winter dance traditions. Border Morris is also technically a Winter tradition, but it's too damn much fun to not do year 'round.
Molly dancing is cool if it's a high energy team like Gog Magog or Ouse Washes, but there's very little good Molly dancing of that sort on this side of the pond. We put together a molly side for a Winter Traditions Day of Dance a few years ago, Pan's Menagerie (sample video at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TunefbtFZIc
- I'm the Monkey Molly).
And yes, I also do some longsword dancing as well, both with Red Rose Morris and Sword as well as the Merrie Pryanksters. I'm actually working on building some flaming swords that we can choreograph around - using 3/4" metal slats and 1/2" kevlar wicking. If it works, I'll post a video of it here. If it doesn't, I'll post the hospital address where you can send me flowers and chocolates.