Tango Photographs

Making a physical record of your tango memories at this year’s Festival is Serge Maillard.

Serge is passionate about tango and a lover of images. His unique way of filming, highlighting the shows of the maestros or mingling with the dancers during the tandas, brings an undeniable plus to our event and a remarkable dynamic to his videos and photos.

Click on Serge’s picture above to find out more.

Getting there…

Just in case you aren’t aware, the Festival venue address is:


Parking at the Festival

If you arrive by car, there are gates and a one-way system. You must enter the School by the entrance between two pillars on Glossop Road opposite the Rutland Hotel and leave by the other gate onto Newbould Lane. Look out for the Primavera Banners!

As you approach the gate you need to stop near to the keypad on your right. You will then see a red flickering light on the left of the gate and it will open for you. Please do not attempt to manually open or push the gate as this will damage the system! When you leave, please leave by the gate at the other side of the main building, which will open automatically in the same way as you approach.

There are pedestrian gates if you are on foot which just push/pull open in a normal way.

There are other users of the School during Saturday and Sunday mornings, so please park sensibly and you must always leave the space next to the downstairs double door for loading/unloading/disability access.

Thank you.

The Massage Room

Again this year: we have two sports masseurs here to help your body through the weekend, especially your legs and feet! Clare and Ryan will be available on Saturday and Sunday from 10:15.

Hi, my name is Ryan and I’m a Sports Massage Therapist. I worked alongside a Physio for a year and have now had my own practice for the last two years.

Hi, I’m Clare. I am a Sports Massage therapist, and I am currently on an MSc programme at Sheffield Hallam University for Physiotherapy. When I’m not studying or massaging, I am training at Ponds Forge as I compete internationally in Springboard Diving for Ireland.

We are both looking forward to treating those aches and pains at the Sheffield Tango Festival for a second year, helping so many talented dancers to enjoy a fabulous weekend! Many thanks.

Cost is £40 for 45 minutes. If you click on their photograph above a form will open which will enable you to book your time-slot.

Another Booking Update

Again, we’re overwhelmed by the response to the third Primavera Sheffield Tango Festival — just a few weeks to go!

We’ve been fully booked for some time. We do have a waiting list and are happy to add anyone to this list. A note for those on this list: we’ll be sure to contact you should places become available.

In response to several emails asking this question: I’m afraid we cannot accept walk-in admissions to any milonga or workshop on the day.