Our classes will continue under Alert Level 2 however, please book your spot in advance as we are unable to accept drop-ins due to the current restrictions (Sorry!).
After their popular classes in May/June 2018, they decided to ‘seriously’ teach together again!
Carlos, a charismatic and fun tango teacher/dancer from Uruguay; Kelly, a strict tango teacher/dancer with a dry sense of humour from England. Despite of their different backgrounds, they have one thing in common which is their passion for Tango!
# About their Classes #
We teach the authentic Argentine Tango as you would see and dance in Buenos Aries milongas. Our classes are fun and informal with the focus on technique, musicality and developing partnership; to cover the basics and give you the confidence to dance socially with anyone at a Milonga.
*What is Milonga? The term “Milonga” has three meanings: (1) A style of Tango; (2) Tango music genre; (3) A social event or location for tango dancing. Here, we are referring to (3)
# Do I need to Sign Up? #
No sign up required.
# What should I wear? #
Clothing that is comfortable to move around in. For footwear, wear shoes that you can pivot easily and don’t stick to the wooden floor.
# Direction to the Studio & Car Park #
When you arrive to the address, you will see a building named “Parisian Building” on your right and on the left is a car park which is free for the dancers(**). Follow the road around to your right (Parisian Building is now on your left), you will come across a metal gate on your left, walk down the stair you will see the studio.
(**) If you park behind another car in the car park, please do not assume the owner in front of you is also attending the same event as you; please leave a note and contact number on your windscreen so the owner knows where to find you or contact you. Otherwise, your car maybe at risk of begin towed.