Learning how to lead - and how to follow - a perfectly led cross is one of the secure foundations for enjoying dancing tango with countless beautiful variations. In this, the fourth class in our Beginners' Course, Gawaine Preston and Adrian will be demystifying these subtleties for you - and get you the point where you are NOT tempted to fake it, but REALLY lead it, and REALLY follow it. Historically, many teachers in Argentina do the cross as the first class for absolute beg
Tango on The Thames and Queer Tango London join forces to offer a FREE Tango Tea Dance at the Royal Festival Hall! If you are FREE on the afternoon of Tuesday 20th February, you are also FREE to dance tango at the Clore Ballroom, a wonderful place to dance! [Thanks for clip, Oksana Veber!] …or FREE to find out if you would like to learn – and all for FREE! Absolute beginners welcome! 1.30 pm Beginners/Absolute Beginners with Olga Metzner! No partner necessary - you will be ch
This week, Gawaine, ably assisted by Adrian, will be guiding you towards your first giro (pron. "hero") - that's the one that goes round and round - and promises to be a lot of fun! Gawaine says, "you can come to this class, even if you missed the first two. We'll get you on track, soon enough!" Meanwhile, if you want to just come and dance, just come and dance! Doors open, 8.30 pm. Warm welcome from then on...
This Monday, 15th January, we will demystify elegant ochos to add to the "walking with attitude" of queer tango. Don't worry if you missed last week - we'll be doing a short refresher! And the main dance-floor will be in full swing from 8.30 pm onwards if you prefer dancing to a dance class. Greast music from Tom Cottle and a warm welcome from us all!