We will see you again on Wednesday the 13th of September. Tango whenever you can!
This is the last classes as we break for the summer. Witness Virginia Gomez & Christian Marquez dance for the watching crowd.
The final classes start at 1930 in the Metropole Hotel, McCurtin Street this Wednesday. Come and dance the night away!
The music will be played. The throes of passion as the bandoneon plays its mournful melodic music. DJ ‘Ducky’ Day will be hosting it until the wee hours. It starts for the final time on 2000 this Sunday in the Market Tavern on Anglesea Street. Dance the night away!
Our last tango milonga takes place this Sunday and will resume on the 17th September. Our last tango classes take place on Wednesday and will resume on the 13th Septemeber. Hopefully, you will be practicing!
There’s a huge difference between doing a move and doing it correctly.
Wise words from Karen Kaye
Noelia Hurtado and Carlitos Espinoza dancing without a care in the world. The tune is “El aeroplano” by Juan D’Arienzo. The plane will land at 1930 at the Metropole Hotel, McCurtin Street. Fly away into the sun!
The regular Sunday milonga takes place at 2000 in the Market Tavern, Anglesea Street. The floor may have no-one at it but it is looking for you.
Even if they are not dancing correctly all that matters is the tango with a bit of ‘umph’. The difference between try and triumph right? Classes start on Wednesday at 1930 in the Metropole Hotel on McCurtin Street. Dance the night away!
The milonga starts at 2000 in the Market Tavern, Anglesea Street tonight. Dance like the world is watching and you don’t care.
what exactly? Why, tango of course?
I could use my body to speak. To use braking body language, “Mi amor, mi vida, this is my time.”
In Cork we try to codigo each other but always have respect for who the person is a human being. Regardless of gender everyone is welcome to dance!