Welcome to the Argentine Tango Society,

Since 2019, our society has been providing weekly Argentine Tango classes to anyone willing to try. This year, we will also be introducing a student practica and more social dancing events which we are sure will add a new dimension to our society.

We believe that learning how to dance tango is a lifelong skill that will allow you to connect with people from all around the world. Dancing tango teaches you how to be confident, social with strangers and comfortable in your own body. As you approach people to dance you will not only impress others, but impress yourself due to how much you are capable of.

Despite being a relatively small society, our aim is to encourage students to take up tango in a warm and encouraging environment. We are confident that new members will soon grow friendships with their fellow tangueros and tangueras. We are open to all students, whether you have a dance background or think you have two left feet, we are confident that together we will kick off your tango journey!

Term 3 Class schedule:

Day: Mondays

Time: 7-8:30pm Open-level class + 8:30-9pm social dancing

Location: Bloomsbury Theatre Rehearsal Room

Price: £25 ticket for all classes in Term 2, (payable on this website).

If you have not purchased the £25 Term Ticket, the classes cost £4.50 each, payable on the day by cash/ card.

The class is open to all levels, from beginners to more experienced dancers, we are here to accommodate you all!

How do we work: TERM 3 2022

To join our lessons, and our society, a few steps are required.

Step 1: You will need to buy the 5GBP membership from our student union website. In all transparency, those funds allow us to organise events and make the society experience more enjoyable; as well as making sure our society has emergency funds (just in case).

Step 2: The Term 3 Class Ticket costs £25 and gives you access to all of the Term 3 weekly classes. It can be purchased as a product on this site. If you do not purchase the ticket, you will be charged £4.50 per class on the day. Every penny goes to our wonderful teachers.

Step 3: Show up with good shoes (that can slide on wood), and comfy clothing. Then, enjoy the dance!

We also recommend that all members join our Whatsapp group, where we post weekly updates and class details. 

Our Instagram is: tango_ucl  -Go and give it a follow as we post photos/ videos from our classes/ events and any important updates.

Our Facebook page is also linked on the right-hand side of your screen.

If you want to Contact us, we are most responsive on Whatsapp, Messenger, Instagram and Email

Contact link:

Tango email : [email protected]

More about Tango:

Tango was conceived in Argentina from the 1880’s to the 1900’s, in a mix of African, Native & European dances, that were danced by immigrants of the working-class suburbs of Buenos Aires & Montevideo. Born out of the harsh daily lives of workers, between factory lives, poverty, crime, or melancholy; people danced it in brothels and bars, to evade reality. At the turn of the century, the art popularized throughout society. Its reputation for being a sexual and inappropriate dance both fascinated and revolted, and the dance became a symbol of rebellion against the then-conservative norms. 

Throughout history, many kinds of Tangos have been evolved. The most famous one, the one we are dancing now, is the original Argentine Tango (Tango Argentino). This is the most intimate and pure form of tango, an improvised dance based on a true connection established between the leader and the follower. In our classes, we teach both leading and following roles, so you can choose how you would like to dance.

(Watch some great tango performances here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLhGe8UxzOI2O5HEoiPuKOurEeECtl-0N-)