• a milonga in the Warwick ballroo

    Warwich ballroom

  • couples dancing at a milonga

    Richmond ballroom

Milongas
Two beautiful ballrooms
The grand Warwick ballroom is dedicated to our evening milongas while during the day it is used for daytime classes and the optional workshops.

Day time milongas are a popular tradition of our Tango Feasts. These take place in the equally large and beautiful Richmond ballroom, sunlit by its numerous grand windows with views towards the sea.

Together our ballrooms give you the opportunity to dance all day and through the night.

The Music
Evening milongas in the Warwick room are tandas of traditional tango with cortinas. Music in the afternoon in the Richmond will vary depending on the DJ. Several DJs will entertain you each day and all bring their own blend of tango. In the Richmond during evenings a musical mix of not so traditional and neo-tango is offered from playlists for your alternative pleasure.

Friday

(*) Daytime at Richmond and Evening at Warwick Ballroom
Daytime
15:30-18:30
Evening
21:00- 2:00


Richmond

Warwick
Arrival and Registration
Dj: Paul

Dj: Stania
Show: Guggi y Fernando

Saturday

(*) Daytime at Richmond and Evening at Warwick Ballroom
Daytime
12:00-15:00
15:00-18:30
Evening
21:00- 3:00


Richmond
.

Warwick

Dj: Paul
Dj: Michael

Dj: David
Show: Natasha y Haris

Sunday

(*) Daytime at Richmond and Evening at Warwick Ballroom
Daytime
12:00-15:00
15:00-18:30
Evening
21:00-1:00


Richmond
.

Warwick

Dj: Stania
Dj: David

Dj: Fernando
Every evening in the Richmond we leave a playlist with a mix of Alternative and Tango Music
Floor Craft (line of dance), ronda
It is not rocket science, it is line of dance!

A Tango Feast is renowned for its relaxed dancing in a friendly and respectful atmosphere. To keep it like this we ask you, please, to be aware of other dancers. While expressing yourselves do make your priority the line of dance, don’t jump onto the dance floor or move from one line of dance to another without first ensuring you will not upset the dancers near and around you.

If you feel a bit rusty about this subject try practicing before you arrive, say in a confined space, a small room or an area limited by chairs for example 1 meter by 1 meter.

If you or your partner are struggling on a busy dance floor don’t give up, come and talk to me and I will happily offer help or advice because more than anything I want you to enjoy yourself.

Fernando