By Eloise Horsfield
THEY wore dickie bows and sparkly ballroom dresses – and that was just the musicians.
My first ever tango experience, courtesy of the Arcos de Buenos Aires dance troop at Ronda’s Teatro Vicente Espinel, was an explosion of colour, style and sexuality.
Two dancing couples and an 11-piece string group took us on a thrilling theatrical journey through Argentina’s colourful tango history, with all the classic tunes including Astor Piazzolla’s Libertango and Corazon de Oro by Francisco Canaro.
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