SATURDAY 26TH JULY
TANGOSOUTHLONDON is having a ball in the wonderful Great hall in Bickleigh Castle, Devon!
DJ Beto Alberto Ortiz
8 30pm- 1pm
7 30pm : BBQ dinner (wide range of food including veggie, fish etc- run by wedding chef so a rather wonderful spread!)
£13 with food,
£8 just milonga.
Please contact Claire (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you would like to reserve meal/ just milonga.
There will be 20 of us there already for the tango course (a few places for the workshops still available…http://tangosouthlondon.co.uk/holidays/bickley-castle-march-2014/ FOR DETAILS)
Look up the glorious venue here:
Hope to see you there…
| Tangosouthlondon next visit to THE ASYLUM- Sunday 17th Aug 2014, 2 30- 7pm…..
Caroline Garden’s Chapel
here is a short film of our last milonga at The Asylum..
2 30pm-3 30 Milonga class with special guests ALEJANDRO HERMIDA & NAYLA VACCA
Pay on door: Ball & Class=£12
Listed by Time Out & The Guardian as one of South London’s top venues-
‘worth a trip for the venue alone’ (Timeout)..
Travel: Train station: Queens rd, Peckham (10 mins by train from London bridge, or direct on London overground). 7 minute walk from station down leafy Asylum Rd.
Parking: plenty of street parking on Asylum Rd- also in ‘toy’s r us’ car park close by…
So, re dates for 2014:
Sun 7th Sept
Saturday 30th August 2014
TSL welcomes you to BUCKLAND HOUSE-‐ a beautiful Georgian mansion in Devon, with special guests ADRIAN & AMANDA COSTA.
Our palatial doors will be flung open to everyone who would alike to join us for dinner &/or dance at this beautiful, Downton Abbey style venue.
7 -8 30 BBQ
8 30- late Milonga
DJ Amanda Adrian Costa
£15 with dinner
£8 just milonga
Booking: Please reserve your place by contacting email@example.com
If you want to see some pics, look up
pics of last hol at Buckland https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=oa.786466591365145&type=1
Staying overnight at local places, e.g.: http://www.halfmoonsheepwash.co.uk/contact.html
or camping on grounds also possible!
For more info about the week long holiday (THERE ARE A FEW PLACES LEFT..including for 2 followers!!) go to http://tangosouthlondon.co.uk/holidays/buckland-house-25th-aug-1st-sept-2014/
Buckland House sits in rolling parkland, farm & woods, and has terraces & a swimming pool next to the house. There is a lake with rowing boat & lots of fish, plus skeet shooting & croquet lawn, as well as full size snooker tables, ping pong, 2 sitting rooms, breakfast rooms, libraries etc… and most important, a glorious large ball room
NEW: TSL Sunday Practilonga, to be confirmed..
TSL Sunday Practilonga):
every 1st Sunday of the month…
We are lucky enough to have a big enough hall for both the practica & milonga bit!:
The Practica bit: A perfect opportunity to practice some of what we learnt – and to share the pearls of wisdom with each other! Or, of course, just to keep practising walking. For the practica bit, working out on the spot, technique and questions, there is a lot of space on the middle of the floor.
The ‘milonga’ bit: Our hall is big enough to accommodate everyone. By making sure that there is a flow on the outside lane, we can keep practising the importance of interpreting the music by travelling in tango, not just whirling about on a handkerchief!! The music will be in cortinas.. (any one who would like to try their hand in putting together a play list for this event please let me know!).
-We will also be introducing one or two games learnt in a BA practica..fun for everyone!
-I will provide some nibbles:please bring a something to nibble that we can all share..
-tango films will be showing
Time to get our lovely community of dancers chillaxing & practising on a sweet Sunday afternoon..
Ta da! …
Everyone welcome/all levels
Video with impressions form a tangosouthlondon ball, by Bob Komar
General Info re our milongas:The style we love to teach & dance is Tango de Salon (including the best of Villa Urquiza & fantasia). We welcome all styles, but we would like to emphasize that respecting the distance between couples, minimal overtaking, keeping the flow of the dance floor, and the use of cabeceo are important codes in our milongas.
‘Cabeceo’ or ‘nod of the head’, is how one invites and acknowledges a partner for a dance in the milongas of Buenos Aires. For dancing to have meaning it has to be desired by both the woman and the man. This method of asking a woman to dance gives her the ability to accept or decline with the minimum embaressment and social risk for all concerned. This ritual evolved over many years on the dance floors of Argentina, and although it is not without its pitfalls, I think it can be an elegant solution that also carries the charm of tradition.
Look up Ms Hedgehog’s excellent review of our milonga http://mshedgehog.blogspot.com/2010/04/tango-south-london.html