Are you new to tango? Learn Argentine Tango in Angel, Islington with London’s highest publicly rated school

Argentine tango London | Tanguito tango students Watch out, our passion for tango is contagious!

In our classes, we use a yearly curriculum to produce happy, shiny, dancy people. We’d like you to enjoy tango and its culture, so we go beyond the steps and explore tango music and its “milongas”, these incredible tango parties where everything comes together like magic. Our Milonga ‘Los Angelitos’ is very welcoming – a perfect place to make friends.

 

Complete beginners: you can join the beginner class and stay a bit longer for the social dancing. We recommend starting with a private lesson to ease your way into group classes – most people do!

Dancing about already? Why not give us a try? There’s up to £6 off your first group class with us.

 

Group classes and social dancing schedule

All classes are drop-in without booking. No experience and no partner is needed. Classes are all followed by social dancing.

WEDNESDAYS – Every week SUNDAYS – Three times a month
Beginner & Improver class:
7.00-8.00pm

Intermediate class:
8.00-9.30pm

Guided practica:
9.30-11.30pm

When: Weekly
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Beginner & Improver class:
2.00-3.00pm

Intermediate class :
3.00-4.30pm

Milonga and tea dance:
4.30-8.00pm

When: Most Sundays
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PRICE: Beginner class: £12 | Intermediate class: £16 | 2 consecutive classes: £20 | Sunday milonga: £8 | Wednesday practica: “a la gorra” – voluntary contribution
DISCOUNT: If you pre-pay for group classes, you’ll be in for a nice discount.

We are at the New Unity Church, 277A Upper Street, Islington, London, N1 2TZ

Closest tube stations: Highbury & Islington, Angel, Essex Road

 

Tango private classes

If you prefer (many do), you can start with a private tango class – call 020 3560 0532 to book. You can even pay online: perfect for a gift!

 

FAQs

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For our group classes at New Unity Church, please bring dance shoes, or any comfortable shoes with leather soles.

If in doubt, have a look at the ‘what to wear’ section of our FAQ page.

If you don’t have a partner, it’s absolutely fine, just check come on your own. When learning tango, it is customary to alternate dance partners every few songs – the best way to learn and to make new friends!

Our complete beginner classes are designed for complete and recent beginners in mind. We plan our classes so that anyone with no previous experience can join in and enjoy themselves. We never teach lengthy routines that are hard to memorise. Instead, we focus on fundamental technique, simple steps and essential concepts about musicality.

 

Questions?

If you are still wondering which class to join, simply drop us a line below and we’ll get in touch.