Tips & Stories
A good dance floor is so important when we dance tango. A slippery floor can hinder our movements just as much as a floor which is difficult to slide on. It can be the make and break of a good tango night.
David and I had this in the forefont of our minds back in February when we were planning our new studio.
We wanted a floor like some of our favourite milongas and studio in London. But we had a problem.
We are so excited to welcome you to our wonderful new tango home!
A beautiful historic building in the heart of Old Spitalfields, Central London, just next to the famous market.
We can’t wait to give you a guided tour!
From the moment you walk in you will feel the special vibe. Make yourself at home in our little waiting area and catch up with your friends as you wait for your class to begin.
To call it a first dance would – I think – be a little bit of a stretch.
In fact I daren’t even put a number on it, given we’ve been married for 10 years and dance partners for close to 15.
So how about a dance that will always stand out in our memory? Without doubt! And that – considering the number of times we have danced together – has got to make it very special!
Some time back at the peak of lockdown, I was feeling disappinted that our 10-year wedding anniversary would pass without celebration. I know there were – and are still – far greater problems in the world so please forgive me this moment of self-absorption.
But little did I know that David was planning a celebration that would trump all the plans we had been forced to cancel because of Covid.
Something I in fact has always wanted to do: a renewal of our wedding vows (and party!) in our garden.