Tips & Stories
Ready, steady, go! We can’t wait to get 2019 off to an excellent start.
We’ve had time to re-charge our batteries over the festive period and will re-start all our classes from Tuesday 12th January.
After her first successful visit last November, the amazing Buenos Aires tango designer, Lucila Segura, will be back in London this weekend! Join us this Saturday 22 June at 6:30 pm for an evening of tango fashion and give your tango a complete make-over! Lucila will...
We are thrilled to announce the tango music event of 2019!
Tango Movement – together with Dante Culcuy Tango School – are organising a live music “milonga” with one of the most popular tango orchestras in the world today: La Orquesta Romantica Milonguera.
A date for your diaries! The Tango Movement Christmas Party will take place on Friday 14 December and we can’t wait!
August may be winter in Buenos Aires but it was the month that David and I chose to visit our friends and family in Argentina, hoping of course to fit in a little bit of tango. Who needs the sun to dance tango right?
We left London in 30 degrees heat, sandals and summer clothes and arrived on a dismal Buenos Aires day with lashing rain and wind. We had been prepared for a contrast but this welcome came as something of a shock!
Despite the gloomy start, the month ahead was to give us plenty of beautiful winter’s days, with blindingly bright sun and clear blue skies.
Not so on the day we scheduled for our photo shoot with tango photographer Marcelo Di Rienzo though. As if to challenge our determination, it was an uncharacteristically cold day.
We had chosen a dilapidated building in the Villa Crespo neighbourhood for our location. In the UK, there would be all kinds of health and safety regulations preventing the use of a place like this – stairways with sheer drops, floors that seem to sink as you step on them … but not so in Buenos Aires.