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Hints & Myths about Argentine Tango


The Cambridge Tango Bar

Tuesday nights in Cambridge see this Church taken over for Tango dancing. The old church has been modernised to create the Centre at St Pauls - a series of halls within the church so ante-natal classes and organ playing sometimes happen in different rooms alongside the Tango.

Centre at St Pauls

Intermediate level dancers are taught and socialise in one hall while a beginners class often takes place in a hall below with a milonga afterwards that goes on till late.

Occasionally other teachers come to town from Argentina, Germany, Holland, London, Sweden, or the USA. Some just give the Tuesday lesson; others give workshops or even whole courses over several weeks on several nights of the week and weekends.

There are also other milongas on two Saturdays, a Sunday, and most Thursdays each month, a practica on Fridays, and four all-night milongas each year.

Small wonder Cambridge is reputed to have the strongest UK Tango scene outside London.

You can find out more about what is happening there this week by visiting Tango Bar or

joining their e-group

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