husky mary’s – la tercera

Husky Mary’s – La Tercera

An event of three parts.

La Primera, the afternoon milonga with a little light tea.

La Comida – a meal between the milongas to charge your batteries.

El Ultimo, our evening milonga with desert.

Tea, coffee will be available throughout the day.

The Cost

£35 per person for the whole event – two milongas and the meal

£25 per person for a single milonga and the meal

Booking in advance is required for Husky Mary’s – La Tercera. No tickets will be available on the door.

The Venue


Henley Town Hall, Market Place, Henley on Thames  RG9 2AQ



Cross the bridge into Henley-on-Thames and the Town Hall is straight in front of you within a few hundred yards. Turn right to find the Waitrose car park.


The Waitrose car park is only a couple of minutes walk away, has 340 spaces, and (we are told by the council office) it is free in the evening – head South out of the carpark and there’s a little alley beside a second hand furniture shop, and that alley takes you straight through to the Town Hall. And on Grey’s Road (come up Market Place and turn left at the hall) there are another 147 spaces.


Henley-on-Thames Station, Station Road, Henley on Thames, Oxfordshire RG9 1AY

The walk to the town hall is 10 minutes (0.5 miles)

On the door

Louise works at the town hall and will be front door security for the evening. She’ll have the guest list so you’ll need to check in with her when you arrive. If you have any worries then just print your booking and take it with you. Follow the music upstairs for the hall, where we will give you a warm welcome.

the menu

Here is the menu for the day



There will be seats at tables for everybody.
You are free to sit anywhere you choose.

  • We invite you, for your enjoyment, to:
    • seat yourself on the left of the hall if you are planning to use the mirada (marked in red).
    • seat yourself on the right of the hall if you are planning to use the cabeceo (marked in blue).

You are of course free to move about as much as you jolly well want, and there is a corridor behind the tables so you can do exactly that. The one exception is that people forming a maul at one end of the hall during the cortina will be invited to spread around a bit to help the mirada/cabeceo.

There are also plenty of spaces to socialise away from the dance floor.


Yes – the usual códigos and exemplary floorcraft are required at this event, and everyone who is attending will know and use them.


Your DJs for the day are Nick ‘El Oso’ King and Ricardo ‘El Tordo’ Peixoto.

The music presented is that which a milonguera or milonguero would be happy to dance to, and will be organized in tandas with cortinas in the TTVTTM format. We reckon the character and personality of the DJ’s have a significant effect on the character and personality of the milonga, and we are very pleased to have Nick and Ricardo with us.


Please use the contact form below to reserve your place and we will be in touch as soon as possible.