Board Meeting Tango

Board Meeting Tango

Lockdown has meant different things for different people. For some people, it has meant endless hours to fill and the opportunity to pursue interests they’ve never before had time for. For others, it has meant busier days than ever, dealing with one work crisis...
Dress-Up In Lock-Down?

Dress-Up In Lock-Down?

Here’s a word we seem to hear a lot these days: unprecedented. We live in unprecedented times. And dancing tango in our living room is pretty unprecedented too! Four weeks ago when lockdown in the UK began, most people had never even heard of Zoom. Now taking a...
Tango in Our Kitchen

Tango in Our Kitchen

In the current crisis, our everyday routines have been turned on their heads. But you can keep up your tango skills – with or without a partner – in the smallest of spaces and incorporate it in your daily tasks. As you wait for the kettle to boil,...
Tango Without Touching

Tango Without Touching

I remember the moment Covid-19 turned from being a distant news story to step into our life. It started with a baby step. In late January – when our tango classes were still packed with dancers intermingling and sharing embraces – a student nervously asked...
Classes Suspended

Classes Suspended

All our classes are suspended due to Covid-19. Following the Government’s announcement yesterday, Tango Movement is closing its doors for the first time in 13 years. We will miss you all terribly but we know we will see you again once this crisis is over. All is...
Olga’s Story

Olga’s Story

On Saturday 29th February we held our annual event, the Tango Movement Winter Ball, at the Finsbury Town Hall, Islington. One of our favourite moments of the night is when a group of advanced students take to the dancefloor to give a choregraphed tango show. The show...