Porsche Centre Reading is proud to sponsor the Reading Tango Festival which will take place from Friday 21 October to Sunday 23 October 2016.
Over the three days, the festival will feature a range of dance workshops, masterclasses, world class performances, social dances and headline artists including one of the world’s leading tango dancers, Roberto Herrera.
Held at the prestigious Bradfield College, the Reading Tango Festival has been growing in popularity since its inception and has quickly become a firm favourite in the tango enthusiast’s diary.
Porsche Centre Reading will be the main sponsor of the event and we hope it will be a good opportunity to introduce new prospects to the Porsche brand. The festival now attracts a diverse audience from a wide geographic area across Berkshire, Hampshire, Oxfordshire and London, bringing people together to experience, experiment, learn and enjoy Argentine Tango.
Sean Wilson, Centre Principal of Porsche Centre Reading said “We are delighted to support a great event that attracts a wide audience to the local area. We are always on the lookout for opportunities for the Centre to get involved with, and give back to, the local community.”
Please visit the Reading Tango Festival website to learn more about the event.
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