Encourage the use of mirada and cabeceo when inviting others to dance.
In a warm, respectful, close embrace.
To preserve and enhance the flow of the moving ronda, following the line of dance, where possible staying in our lanes.
With consideration for our fellow dancers, allowing enough space for those in front and behind.
Safely, with our elbows pointing towards and our heels close to the floor.
With an appreciation of our partner’s ability.
Wait before entering the ronda, and make eye contact with the leader we are about to step in front of. We are asking permission to join his line of dance.
Apologise politely if bumps happen, regardless of fault. Escort our followers back to their table at the end of the tanda.
Clear the floor during cortinas so that everyone can use the mirada/cabeceo.
Teach on the dance floor.
Use any part of the floor for showy moves.
Is traditional Tango music, generally from the mid 1920s to the late 1950s - with the occasional excursion into the wild unknown. It is played in tandas and is separated by cortinas.
WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO REFUSE ENTRY TO OR EJECT ANYBODY FROM OUR EVENTS, WHO IN OUR OPINION DOES NOT RESPECT OUR CÓDIGOS