- A friendly welcome by the organisers
- A milonga culture that ensures everybody gets a dance whether through the cabeceo or otherwise
- DJs that know what their dancers want to dance to – usually plenty of old favourites
- Good ventilation; when dancers look hot it’s too late!
- Plenty of fluids available , even if it is only tap water with a slice of lemon or cucumber
- Tango club web sites that show all the milonga dates for the next 6 months or so, rather than “the third Monday in the month”, which nobody remembers
- Collaborative events by organisers – it’s great when we see you working together for our benefit
- Sorry to mention it but we think anti-bacterial gel should be available
- Tango clubs that tell you the type of music to expect at a milonga e.g. 75% salon, 25% modern
- Open air tango – Eton Bridge, Regents Park, Spitalfields – where else in the UK?
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