Download your free copy of The Queer Tango Project’s new eBook: Queer Tango Futures: Dancing for Change in a Post-Covid World.
Join our virtual book launch party on 5th June 2021 at The Queer Tango Conversation on Facebook. We launch “Queer Tango Futures: Dancing for Change in a Post-Covid World”, a free ebook with a selection of essays and artworks by dancers for dancers.
Tango Queer Buenos Aires by Mariana Docampo, (English version, Abrazos 2020). Reviewed by Ray Batchelor.
Promotional video by The Queer Tango Project about ‘QUEER TANGO HISTORIES: MAKING A START….’ Download your free copy of the eBook now!
Queer Tango Space – Minority Stress, Sexual Potentiality, and Gender Utopias
TDR: The Drama Review 62:2 (T238) Summer 2018. pp 59-77
A review by Ray Batchelor.
The Queer Tango Salon 2017 in London, 15th & 16th September. See our programme!
We would like to develop the Queer Tango Projects in new and innovative ways in 2018. Can you help us improve the Queer Tango Project?
If you are dancer who thinks or thinker who dances, maybe you have something to say or a dance research workshop you want to run? The Queer Tango Salon, London September 15 – 16, 2017 offers a unique space for both.
Video (46:38): As its contribution to LGBT History Month, Queer Tango London mounted this lecture by dr. Ray Batchelor on 18th February 2017.
Queer Tango London have organised a lecture, “A History of Same-Sex Tango Dancing” given by queer tango historian, and member of the Queer Tango London Team, Ray Batchelor.
Video (42:24): the London conference Muse of Modernity? Remembering, Mediating and Modernising Popular Dance presentation Panel 1: Dancing memory images. Part 1 of this panel is a presentation co-authored by Ray Batchelor and Jon Mulholland.
We think The Queer Tango Salon really was a success! We had hoped for perhaps 30-35 delegates – by the close we had 65 people who had registered.