How to find the Quaker Meeting House

How to find the Quaker Meeting House

Thursday, 24 April 2014

Tango News April/May

Dear all
First the bad news:  I'm afraid there will be no Practica on Wednesday 30 April.  Now the good: On 7 May, we will be having dinner at Casablanca.  If you'd like to join us, see the post below and contact Linda to book: Our Practicas in Penparcau will be back on 14 and 21 May, and there is a milonga at the Norwegian Church in Cardiff on Saturday 10 May 7.30-midnight (, a tea dance in Swansea on Sunday 11 May 4-8pm ( and a class on campus with Paul planned for 17 May--so plenty to look forward to before the summer!!
Best wishes

Dinner at Casablanca followed by Tango - 7th May‏

Dear all,
Instead of the usual practica at the Quaker Hall on Wednesday 7th May,  there is the opportunity of booking a meal at Casablanca, Aberystwyth with members of Aberystwyth Tango group.  We have permission from the owner to dance after dinner at Casablanca providing the restaurant is not too full.  If it is not convenient to dance at Casablanca we will go back to the Quaker hall later in the evening to  tango. Ladies please bring a partner if you can as they are in short supply!

Casablanca serves Turkish food and you can bring your own bottle.  If you wish to reserve places, please contact Linda Hodson:  by Saturday 3rd May at the latest.

Please note that the Quaker Hall will not be opening for a general practica on 7th May.  Members may be returning there late in the evening to continue dancing, but this cannot be guaranteed.  
The next practica at Penparcau is tomorrow, 23rd April in the Quaker hall as usual.  We look forward to seeing you there and hope you will email Linda to arrange a table at Casablanca for dinner and a Tango.   
Best wishes

Monday, 14 April 2014

Tango on Wednesdays!!

Hi everyone
We have our usual Practica in Penparcau at 8pm - 11pm on Wednesday this week and every week (unless we have to cancel, in which case I will email round). Practica is tangoese for 'practice', so no class or lessons but plenty of opportunity to practice and just to dance. Bring a partner if possible, but if not, come along anyway. No need to dress up, but slippy shoes are a good idea as always. If you have just begun lessons, this is an ideal opportunity to try out what you've learned, and to watch more experienced dancers.  Everyone welcome!

Linda, Wayne, Keith, Roy, Isabel, Kerry, Felix,Steve, Jenny


Video clips...Mercedes Espinel Diego Riemer (El Pajaro) 1

Video clips....Milonga

Lesson with Felix