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Beginners Tango Boot Camp II

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Organisation ( venues, comfort, schedule ): 50% - 1 votes
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Participants ( dancing level, leader/follower ratio): 50% - 1 votes
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Beginners Tango Boot Camp II

Beginners Tango Boot Camp II

50 out of 100 with 4 ratings


After the success of our first boot camp, we are back with a new one on the 3rd of March!

If you want to take part to this unique experience again or if you couldn’t make it last time, then here is your chance!
Spend a lovely Saturday afternoon by exploring Tango with Yohann Le Grand and Irene Costa who have extensive experience in teaching the traditional form of Argentine Tango!

Go to an excursion (last time we had visitors from other cities), meet new people, get fit, offer an amazing present and have fun!
Become a member of our family!

Walking and musicality
Embrace and breathing
Ocho atras
Ocho adelande
Paradas and pasadas from ochos
Sandwich step (sanguchito) – not the food ;)

Great way to consolidate the basics and excellent way for experienced followers who wish to learn to lead and leaders who want to learn to follow!

Cost £35 per person or £60 per couple (mixed - leader and follower)

Advance booking with payment is a must to ensure equal numbers and to reserve your place.

Book early as numbers will be limited and our bootcamps fill up quite fast. Limited to 12 couples


  • Location:
    Tynemouth, United Kingdom
    Event dates:
    From: Saturday, 03 March 2018 - To: Saturday, 03 March 2018
    Tynemouth, United Kingdom
    Event dates:
    Event Starts: Saturday, 03 March 2018
    Event Ends: Saturday, 03 March 2018
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