TiT @   Liverpool
26 -   27   -   28   May 2023

The   Program

Friday, 26 May

 

18.00 - 23.00 Milonga: DJ  Chimichurri (UK/NL)

 

Saturday, 27 May

 

13.00 - 18.00 Milonga: DJ  Anna (UK)

19.00 - 23.00 Milonga: DJ Bart (NL)

Sunday, 28 May

13.30 - 18.00 Milonga DJ Gill (UK)

19.00 - 22.00 Milonga: DJ  Ali (UK) 

Extra - Included

Friday 

21.00 Buffet for hungry travelers by Tango Cuisine

Saturday

19.00 Group dinner at the venue, by Tango Cuisine

Sunday

18.00  Group dinner at the venue, by Tango Cuisine

Snacks and drinks throughout the event.

Extra - Not included

On Saturday morning, we plan a group visit to 'the Beatles story'. The exhibition is located at the Unesco world heritage Royal Albert dock.

 The docks are easily reached by public transport. The meeting time is 10.00 am at the entrance to the exhibition. Reservation for this through the registration form. Tickets will have to be paid in advance.

The price is between 14.2 and 16.5 Pounds.

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The   Venue

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I feel honored that we can have our event in a venue that breathes history.

"The church opened in June 1899. It is a Grade 1 listed building. Some of the Stain Glass within the main church was designed by Edward Burne-Jones. The Church building holds various spaces including a beautiful, designed library, cloisters, and a grand hall.  With an open mind and a warm heart, you are welcome to join us."

For more information about the church and the congregation, follow this link.

Due to the size of the dance hall, we will restrict the number of participants to about 2/3 of a 'regular' TiT event. This will enhance the friendly, easy-going, open atmosphere typical of a double-role dance event.

  Pricing &   Registration

We welcome all dancers that enjoy double role dancing.

No need to register with a partner.

We all dance with each other.

 

Is your friend/partner (still) a single role dancer? You are both welcome.

Your participation fee is TBA

Accommodation is not included.

Your participation will only be

confirmed by us after the reception

of your participation fee.

Passport requirements after Brexit

Citizens of European countries who are used to traveling to the United Kingdom using a national ID card rather than a passport can no longer do so.

A passport is now required to cross the border. The passport must be valid for at least 6 months from the date of arrival in the United Kingdom.

EU citizens can spend up to 90 days in the United Kingdom without a visa.

For those of us coming by camper, there is some information here

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Registration will start on December 12, 2022