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24 SEP

Giraldo is one of the UK's top Argentine Tango Dancers, who together with his partner Minaruns the popular Corrientes Social Club in Chalk Farm. Since establishing themselves in London in the late 90s, they have worked extensively as dancers and teachers, while also touring and performing in some of the best theatres across the country and internationally.

Performances include BBC’s Strictly Come Dancing, the English National Opera’s production of Carmen, directed by The Tango Lesson’s Sally Potter, and Midnight Tango with Strictly stars Vincent and Flavia.

Giraldo believes that dance has the power to change lives. Sharing his knowledge is not only about passing on Tango legacies and traditions, but is also about witnessing people transforming from shy dance aficionados to confident, proud Tangueros, making every effort that he and Mina put into their Tango classes worthwhile.


Alexandra Wood & Guillermo Torrens

08 OCT

Guillermo and Alexandra have both got many years of experience teaching and dancing traditional Argentine Tango.


They first started dancing together in the West End hit Midnight Tango, and have danced on ITV's This Morning and BBC2 Classic Brit awards. They travel worldwide teaching and performing and between classes tour with the UK show Tango Motion.

Alexandra & Guillermo

Letitia Simone & Andrés Sosa

29 OCT

Professional Dancers from Argentina and London with a combined experience of more than 25 Years giving seminars, workshops and exhibitions worldwide.

With Letitia being a professionally trained Contemporary dancer and Andrés's roots in Argentine Folklore, they have accumulated a wealth of knowledge and are accomplished and respected both in the Tango world and beyond.

Letitia & Andrés



Amanda Hamilton DJ

29 OCT


Amanda has been a Tango DJ for 8 years, mostly in South London at Tango South London (TSL) and Tango 178. She has also DJ'd at Leigh Tango in Essex, Tango Heat and Milonga Los Amigos in Tooting.

Amanda plays mostly Golden Age tangos (roughly from the mid-1930s to mid-1950s) and also traditional tangos from the Guardia Vieja, the Old Guard of the first generation of tango musicians.



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