Argentinean Steak & Tango Night! Friday 16 November, 7.30pm

This event has now concluded.
Starts: 16 November 2012 at 20:00
Ends: 16 November 2012 at 23:59

Ticket Price: £20.00

On Friday 16 November the bar at the Hogarth will be transformed into an Argentinean Tango Den! Join us for an Argentinean themed evening of art, steak and sexy, sultry tango music and dancing led by Bruno Vanden Abeele, Founder of Tanguito - Argentine Tango Academy.

Members and their guests are welcome to come along to this event. Bookings via reception are essential. The cost of the evening is £20 per person including a fabulous 3 course Argentinian meal.

For those who wish to learn the Tango prior to the evening or wish to hone their Tango skills, a 3 week course will run on Saturday 27 October, Saturday 3 November, Saturday 10 November (4.30pm-6pm) culminating in the Friday 16 November event where further instruction and demos will be provided!

Special Argentinean Menu

Provoleta with criolla salad (Grilled provolone cheese with oregano & red chilli flakes / tomato, pepper & onion salad / served with crostini style toasts rubbed with garlic & sea salt


35 day aged grass fed Argentinean rib eye steak (225gms), roasted chorizo, chimichurri sauce

Crushed Mayan gold potatoes with spring onion, sweet corn & olive oil

Sautéed courgette with ginger, mint & lemon oil

Spinach with gremolata

Vegetarian option – Grilled aubergine with tomato, provolone & Parmesan


Dulche de leche milhojas (Similar to French mille feuille layered puff pastry, Chantilly cream & Dulche de leche

A special selection of Argentinean reds & white wines will also be available

Tango at the Hogarth: a private view of Argentinean Art capturing the spirit of Tango by Sally Grumbridge: Tuesday 16 October 6-8pm

More than five years after a memorable trip to Buenos Aires, Chiswick artist Sally Grumbridge has assembled a new body of work inspired by Tango! The Tango of the streets and of the bars; the Tango of San Telmo and the Plaza Dorrego.

Inspired by the dance, the music, the passion and the people, Sally has spent weeks, months and years working to capture in charcoal, print and paint the essence of Tango. Departing from her normal semi-abstract style of bold colours and broad strokes, she has relied on her memories, her photographs and her experience of life drawing to produce a series of striking drawings, paintings and prints portraying tango dancers and musicians.

Sally trained in painting and printmaking at Roehampton University (BA Hons) and then studied experimental and graphic printmaking at the London College of Communication. She has had solo and group exhibitions in London, exhibiting regularly at Espacio Gallery in East London and Artists at Home Open Studios here in West London. She has also exhibited in France and Spain.

Dont miss this special evening