- We hope to create an event where people come together for social dancing, relaxation and enjoyment of an afternoon of predominantly Golden Age tango. Guest DJ’s will continue to be carefully selected to each of the events in order to bring you the orchestras that we love. We invite DJ’s who share our passion of traditional Argentine tango and we only invite DJ’s that we have personally had the pleasure of listening and dancing to.House keeping:Tango etiquette in the form of mirada/cabaceo is expected as is respectful floor craft. Please keep your line of dance, don’t overtake or undertake and please move forward if there is space to keep the flow of the floor moving. It is also etiquette that before joining a busy floor to catch the eye of the couple already dancing before joining in. Feel free to enjoy the dance space with your partner and fellow dancers in mind.Thank you for helping to create a beautiful ronda! 🙂 We have created easy to follow guides that are placed on tables to support those that are not familiar with tango floor craft etiquette, please read and follow the guidance if you are unsure.Policy on Photography:We would ask that all photographers respect the rights of individuals to privacy, and remove photos if requested to do so.Photographers are welcome to take photographs of the performances at El Quinto.We would ask that photographers are careful with regards to their selection and we prefer fewer quality photos to be posted rather than many that are unflattering of guests.The hosts reserve the right to photography for promotional purposes. If you have objections to be photographed please make your feelings known to us.Thank you all our aim is to create an intimate space for all to enjoy 🙂
We really look forward to seeing you there.
Sue and Mick.