Links of Interest
Places to dance the Tango in - South West of England:
Isolde Kanikani, teaching in Bath, Plymouth and elsewhere
And, not really related to Tango but to this area: "dance-at..." offering a great (smoke-free) place to dance (non-tango) "First Saturday of the month, dances - an alternative, alcohol-free, disco where you can bop barefooted!
Maya Kumar's web site
If in London, visit http://www.zerohouruk.com , based in a club by Tuffnell Park station. They offer a variety of different courses, open classes, practicas, social spaces and special events to bring the tango closer to everyone...
www.tangolondon.com Visit this site for info about classes and private lessons for all levels, including a Saturday Afternoon class - useful if you are in London for the weekend.
Interactive database of weekly UK tango events: www.danceweb.co.uk/tango
And if you find yourself on the other side of England and in need of a Tango fix, contact www.cambridgetango.com
To Tango in the middle of England: Market Harborough is in the East midlands, south of Leicester and north of Northampton, Birmingham is to the west and Peterborough to the east. A rather pretty little old coaching market town. Where the great Thomas Cook started his first tour, as it happens. I'm sure there was no Tango then, otherwise he would of course have stayed!!
Buying things to do with Tango:
Go to http://www.milonga.co.uk/ for Tango Music.
For shoes, try Heavenly Dance Shoes, a company based in England which makes shoes to order. You can choose not only your size but also your style and colour!
Also www.tangolondon.com/shoes for good quality Genuine Tango Shoes from Buenos Aires - a number of ladies and men's styles - personal shoppers or by mail order.
For paintings related to Tango, contact Peter Lambert, an Artist based in Cardiff.
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