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Performance Workshop: Tango Theatre

7th March 2016 · 7:00pm - 9:00pm

In person | Virtual event

 Performance Workshop: Tango Theatre

Come and spend an evening with some of the best, brightest and most inspiring theatre, dance and movement practitioners in the country. Learn new skills, release hidden talents, improve your practice and create new work.

This workshop is open to everybody and is one of several being held on Monday evenings at Conway Hall. We’ll guide you if you are a newcomer and stretch you if you are an experienced professional.

Wear clothing that you can easily move in. A skirt could be useful whatever your gender.

This event will be led by musician Tyrone Landau, choreographer Jane Turner and theatre director Luke Dixon. 

Tango! The most dramatic dance in the world.

Spend an evening exploring the partner dance of Argentina. You’ll learn some basic steps, experiment with movement and character, create mini dramas, and find ways of creating theatre from the world of tango.

Suitable for those with no previous experience of the dance; for dancers and actors; for those who just want a fun and creative night out.

Tyrone Landau is a composer, singer and pianist as well as an accomplished tango dancer, dancer and choreographer Jane Turner has run tango theatre workshops around the UK and in Canada. The evening will end with an improvised ‘milonga’ bringing all participants together in a brief performance.

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