Argentine Tango Dance Classes in Cheltenham

Learn to Dance Argentine Tango in Cheltenham, if you can walk you can Tango.... Have fun, keep active and meet new friends, come with a partner or solo, no dance experience required

Please complete this FORM for tango questions.

Tuesdays - Break for half term no class on 28 May, back on the 4 June

7.30pm Beginners and all levels technique

8.30pm Improvers/Intermediate

£6 for one class £8 for two - cash on the door 

Come with a partner or solo - we cannot guarantee a partner.

Free parking. 

If you are feeling unwell please do NOT attend .

Venue: St.Mark's C of E Junior School, Robert Burns Avenue, Cheltenham, GL51 6NU.  

please note there are two schools on Robert Burns Avenue, St. Mark's school is opposite the junction of Robert Burns Avenue and Nettleton Road. Drive/walk to the left of the building you will see the lights in the main hall and access the hall via the side door near the back car park. 

TANGO CHELTENHAM 20 YEARS CELEBRATION

TANGO CAFÉ at the TITHE BARN

3 - 7pm Sunday 30 June 2024

With DJ Leroy Tango Cat playing the best mix of Traditional, Modern Tango Orchestra & Nuevo Tango.

Including live music sets from Joe Powers, international harmonica artist. He will play with backing tracks to create the most danceable tangos.

Price £12 booked and paid in advance. £15 on the door if available.

Free tea, coffee and snacks. Free parking.

Stunning venue The Tithe Barn, with sprung maple wood dance floor and oak beamed roof.

The Tithe Barn, Cheltenham Road, Bishop's Cleeve GL52 8LU

We will aim to balance followers and leaders, and numbers will be limited.

Please do NOT attend if you are feeling unwell.

Please use booking form



If you have any questions please contact Janet on this form and I will reply FORM 

Sundays

30 June 2024 - 20 years old Tango Cheltenham Party

6 Oct

1 Dec 




Cheltenham Argentine Tango Classes & Events

Tango Argentino

originated in the back-street bars and steamy bordellos of Buenos Aires in the late nineteenth century, since then the dance and the distinctive music has developed and been enhanced through the innovation and creativity of those who fall in love with Tango.

Tango can be described as a simple walk, in time to the fabulous music and also a dynamic movement full of energy and fun. To dance Tango is to experience a silent conversation between the dancers that involves passion and seduction, it is the exploration of connection with feet touching, weaving intricate patterns when legs become entwined. Like conversations every dance with each dancer is different, like chatting to an old friend or flirting with a lover, the combinations are endless and timeless.

This is the essence of Tango...