Whilst the association endeavours to help its members to understand current covid information, as published by the government, members are advised that the association’s interpretations are for guidance only and not a recommendation. It is up to each member to make their own decisions based on the official published government advice. PLAN B AND WHAT IT MEANS FOR TANGO The […]Continue reading
UKATA GENERAL ASSEMBLY MEETING A year ago, on Tango international day Dec 11, 2020, the UK ARGENTINE TANGO ASSOCIATION was created with the aim of helping its members, both professionals / organisers of tango and social dancers. Join our General Assembly meeting, with the following topics covered: a review of the accounts, incl costs incurred during the year where we […]Continue reading
Danny Brunton, July 2021 I have been a partner dancer for almost 30 years; 15 years of Salsa and 15 years of Tango, and for the two years prior to the pandemic I hosted a weekly milonga that took place on Brighton bandstand during the summer months and indoors during the winter. In between last year’s lockdowns, I organized in-person, […]Continue reading
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By Marina, London, May 2021 Oh my goodness. I’ve learned so much from the online lessons but forgotten so much in terms of the embrace and following. So I thought it might help others get back into tango quicker if I share some of the things I’ve got better at, and worse at, over Lockdown! Now, I’ve been reasonably diligent […]Continue reading
Starting to dance tango socially – A follower’s perspective and some hints for Event Organisers, by Charlotte Holwell. Before finding good local classes on an evening I could manage, in a location not too far away, I spent about five years ricocheting fairly disastrously in and out of classes, workshops and social events. At almost any moment I could have […]Continue reading
A wordless language, March 2021 – UKATA feature in Dancing Times
The International Day of Tango last year – December 11 – saw the launch of the UK Argentine Tango Association and the beginning of a campaign to support, promote and develop Argentine tango in the UK. The new group represents the interests of Argentine tango teachers, organisers, DJs, musicians, and dancers throughout the country and was formed in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, which has been catastrophic for the Argentine tango community.