Want to Learn to Dance Argentine Tango?

Classes Continue on Thursdays in June and July (tbc) 2022
at Martlesham Community Hall
Pre-Booked Private Lessons from 6.30pm
Doors Open for All-Levels Classes 7.30pm

Classes will be held on the following Thursdays in April and May 2022:

  • 30th June
  • 7th July (to be confirmed)

These classes aim further to develop basic skills. They are suitable for anyone who has danced before who wishes to improve their technique and increase their confidence on the dance floor, including those who have attended our previous Introductory and/or Impovers’ Classes.

From 28th April, private lessons, which must be booked in advance, will be available from 6.30pm. The cost will be £14 and include admission to the all-levels class that follows.

There will then be an all-levels class, for which there is no need to book. Doors will open at 7.30pm for a 7.45pm start. Admission: £7, payable by cash or card on the door.

Then, at 9:00pm, after the classes, there will be an open Práctica. Admission £3.50 for people joining this segment only.

Absolute Beginners are requested to send an e-mail to David#suffolktango.org.uk in advance of attending.

There is no need to bring a partner – but nice if you can.

Please bring any drinks that you might need.

At Martlesham Community Hall, Felixstowe Rd, Martlesham, IP12 4PB

We look forward to seeing you there,

Julia AT suffolktango.org.uk
David AT suffolktango.org.uk



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We are not able to offer places for those under 18 years of age.

Argentine Tango exists in many forms from the show tango of Strictly Come Dancing to the more gentle social dance done in the milongas of Buenos Aires and around the world. We teach the social dance, which can evolve towards something more ‘showy’ as you become more skilled and experienced. To give you an example of the social dance this video shows one of our very popular guest teachers, Gabriela Fernandez from Buenos Aires doing a demonstration to a group of her students in France.

Here are some views about why Argentine tango is so special (it’s in English after the first 60 seconds):