TOMORROW – Dance! Eat ! Drink! And be merry helping us KEEP PLASTICS OUT OF THE OCEANS!

I feel very strongly that we should get rid of single use plastic and we can all do our bit to help!

So we are! In an experiment starting on Sunday, instead of single use plastic cups, you can collect a rather lovely re-usable plastic tumbler, mark or decorate it with the pens provided and then drink from that instead!

We would encourage you to take it home, wash it and bring it with you next time – but if that’s just a bit too much like hard work, leave it to be collected and they will see that it is washed up – those marking come off – and brought next time!

Alexandra Wood returns once again to Tango on the Thames – this time, with the popular dancer and teacher, Hernán Brusa!

Alexandra contributed (with Vincent Simone) to Debbie Magee’s memorable Argentine Tango on last year’s “Strictly…”, which Debbie chose as her favourite in the final. In all, Alexandra says she “got to work with 4 fabulous couples and it was an incredible experience! Well done to all of them!”


£15 Class + Milonga
£12 Milonga only
(…collected at the door).

The Shepherd Hall
St Thomas’s Hospital
Westminster Bridge Rd

Hernán Brusa
Hernán Brusa is a tango teacher and performer who was born and grew in Buenos Aires. His tango career began in 1998 during which time he has studied with maestros: Alejandra Mantiñán, Gabriel Angió and Natalia Games. He has performed on several of the most famous stages in Buenos Aires, moving in 2009 to teach tango in Tokyo. Returning to Europe in 2014, he now lives and works in Milan, as well as in London, Istanbul and Brussels, Hernan’s lessons are based on connection, musicality and style
Alexandra Wood
Alexandra has been teaching tango for 15 years, she trained in classical ballet and later contemporary dance, she worked professionally as a contemporary dancer. She trained in dance and other performing arts for 6 years, in the latter three she studied and gained BA hons degree in Dance. She continues to train and study all forms but her passions for Argentine Tango formed her career.
Her tango training took place mainly in Buenos Aires. She had the privilege of performing in many milongas in Buenos Aires. She studied with many masters including Miguel Angel Zotto (with whom she had the honour of teaching) Osvaldo Zotto, Los Dispari, and the incredible Misse family especially Andrea Misse as well as along with many other teachers.
Alexandra co-created the first Argentine tango school in London, Tango in Action in 2002.
She now runs ‘Alexandra Wood Tango school’ in London and enjoys travelling to teach and perform internationally.

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