Welcome to the website of TangoAires, Liverpool’s Argentine tango club.
We are a community based, not-for-profit, volunteer run organisation holding classes and events throughout the year, all to promote the dance and culture of Argentine tango. Our experienced teachers have a deep understanding of fundamental tango technique as well an open mind to the various tango styles and approaches to learning. This way we hope our Liverpool Tango club does not restrict our students and inspires more people to explore this vibrant dance form.
We hold weekly classes on Tuesday nights near Sefton Park in Liverpool, and monthly social dances called milongas. We also offer private classes and are open to bespoke events. Read on to find out more.
We warmly invite you to come and be part of our Liverpool Tango Community.
Argentine tango is a social dance and our aim is to teach people to be good leaders and followers. This way you can join any tango event and dance with people from different classes and continents! To encourage good leading and following we rotate partners. We don’t force this issue, but encourage it as part of our teaching methodology. All classes take place in a relaxed atmosphere and people of all ages are welcome.
Unitarian Church, 57 Ullet Rd, Liverpool L17 2AA.
Classes take place every Tuesday in term time.
Autumn 2017 term starts on Tuesday 5th September:
17:00 – 19:00 Private classes. Contact us for more information
19:00 – 20:00 Foundations in Technique (all levels, including complete beginners)
20:15 – 21:15 Technique in Practice (at least 1 year’s experience)
21:15 – 22:15 Practica (social dancing)
One group class: £6
Two group classes: £10
Discount available for students.
Teacher – Paris Allen
Paris Allen has over 30 years of dance experience including
ballroom, salsa, bachata, kizomba and of course Argentine Tango. His passion and love of dance is demonstrated through the commitment and precision in his teaching style, and his classes are fun, engaging and diverse.
- Shoes: ladies tango shoes traditionally have a stiletto heel, but any heeled or flat shoe is useful for dancing in, as long as you are comfortable. Shoes with too much grip can make it difficult to dance so try not to wear something with a thick rubber sole.
- Clothing: wear anything you feel comfortable in, but for women restrictive skirts are not advisable as your legs need free movement.
- Do I need to bring a partner?: no, in fact many people come alone.
- Can I come at any point in term? Does it matter if I have no dance experience?: No, feel free to arrive at any time and we do cater for complete beginners.
If you have any questions please feel free to get in touch either using the contact form below, emailing us directly on firstname.lastname@example.org or calling on 074434 66952.