Wondering about how to improve your caminata? Or what kind of animal the caminata is for that matter? Or maybe struggling with the embrace or how to express yourself on the dancefloor?

We can’t say we have all the questions answered, but some of them, we do!

Actually, if you have a question that we haven’t written about yet, just send us an email (info[@]tanguito.co.uk).

February 8, 2018


By |February 8th, 2018|

The only accepted way to overtake a couple on the dance floor seems to be on the left...

August 11, 2017

Making tango diamonds shine brighter

By |August 11th, 2017|

A gentleman or lady wanting to learn tango in Buenos Aires during the Golden Age (1935-55) would have had a very different experience from ours. No dropping by a dance studio on the way back home for a cheeky tango class!

July 14, 2017

New (milonga-inspired) driving test questions – Would you pass?

By |July 14th, 2017|

We’ve just got our hand on some of the latest milonga-inspired Driving Test questions. Have a look; it's quite surprising

June 30, 2017

Closing your eyes: cierra los ojos

By |June 30th, 2017|

The Argentines often use the word "entregar" when talking about the skill of following, which means "to give in" or "to surrender" to the lead. In my mind, it only is possible when followers close their eyes (and gentlemen) keep their gaze unfocused.

3 tango frenemies you might want to think about

By |June 2nd, 2017|

There are 3 words commonly used in tango which I can only think of as "frenemies". They sound helpful whilst actually leading to misunderstandings about what tango and what the role of each partner is about. Let's expose them now. Maybe we can confront these frenemies, bend these hung-up definitions and achieve a nicer dancing experience in the process.

May 13, 2017

6 tips to create a stronger connection in tango

By |May 13th, 2017|

Connection is a much debated topic in tango. It's what it's all about in the end, isn't it? A warm, gentle embrace, moving to the music as one...

Technique can help and ensure that you get more of these memorable tandas, these beautiful "tango moments" as we like to call them.