News and stuff

Changes are constant! To facilitate dancers rushing to class after work, we are moving our start time to 7.30pm from 6th June, and extending the duration of our improvers/intermediate class by 15 minutes, followed by a guided practice session under the excellent tutelage of Enrique. This is your opportunity to sort out that tricky back sacada which has eluded you, and to perfect the elegance of your walk, or simply work on what you learned in the earlier classes.

6.30pm – private lesson
7.30pm – beginners
8.30pm – improvers/intermediate
9.45pm – guided practica
10.30pm – Milonga

All good things must come to an end, but only temporarily as Cork Tango takes its annual summer break. Our last evening of classes for the season takes place on Wednesday 25th July at The Metropole Hotel, returning on 12th September from 7.30pm. Our last tanda of the season beneath the chandeliers of Cork Cricket Club will be at Milonga Evora on Sunday 22nd July, until we return on 9th September.

The Annual General Meeting of Cork Tango Society takes place on the evening of Sunday 16th September (venue and exact time to be confirmed). Save the date!

Tango Moment #22

Ladies should carefully observe how the man dances with other women and from that visual information they can conclude many things.

Tango Mentor on what women look for. It is worth a read. It is the difference between sitting down for hours and dancing for hours…

Long weekend?

It is the long weekend. What better to spend the time dancing tango?

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That was happening here – obviously! DJ Ducky Day will be in charge from 2000 until 2300. Sunday in the Cork County Cricket Club in Richard Beamish Grounds on Mardyke Walk come in and by mystified by the melodies wafting in the air.

Got nothing

Except Tango! Hope to see you at the Metropole Hotel on MacCurtin Street at 1900 this Wednesday.

Like the picture? Turn up tonight and ask Enrique himself. He does amazing artsy stuff!