Tango Taster & Guided Práctica – 4th February 2018

As guests of  Three Counties Tango, we are running a Tango Taster session, followed by a Guided Práctica

Tango Taster –  for people who are new to tango, and for existing dancers wishing to to revisit and consolidate their foundation skills.
New dancers – see the additional information below

If you would like to know more about our approach click – here

Guided Práctica – being able to practise outside of classes and the more formal events like Milongas is fundamental to improving your tango.  Our Guided Prácticas are ideal for anyone at any stage of their tango journey.
This is also a great opportunity for those who have just completed the Taster Class to continue to practise

Our Prácticas are informal, friendly and supportive, with expert coaching readily available

We always keep an eye out for struggling dancers.  Or just ask us if you need help

Open to anyone, if you prefer you can just come an practise your own dance

Partners are not essential

If you would like to know more about our Guided Prácticas click – here

Introductory Price
£6 pp  (for either or both sessions)

2.15 Doors open
2.30 – 3.30 Tango Taster (prompt start)
3.30 – 5.30 Guided Práctica

Redmarley Village Hall
The Causeway
Redmarley D’Abitot
Gloucester GL19 3HS
For Google directions – click here

Complimentary tea / coffee / biscuits

Information for New Dancers :

Choosing the most appropriate shoes is very important.
Let us help you select a pair from your wardrobe:

Soles – avoid “grippy” rubber soles.  Leather or composite soles are easier to move in.

Style – avoid wedge soles, platforms, slip ons (for ladies) and trainers with thick soles.  Outdoor style boots are not appropriate

Gentlemen – lightweight, preferably with a slim sole which does not stick out beyond the upper shoe.
Pointed shoes where the front of the shoe extends far beyond the toes are not ideal, as the extra unused shoe gets in the way

Ladies – a heel would be preferable to flat pumps, as you will need to elevate onto the ball of your foot.  Ideally our shoe should have a strap across the top and/or ankle so your foot is held securely and doesn’t rise up inside your shoe.  Choose a pair that is fairly soft and if possible with some flexibility

Clothing – anything you feel comfortable in.  Better to avoid heavy buckle belts which could catch on your partner’s clothing

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