Argentine Tango Lesson

Thursday 23 May 2019, 6:15pm - 7:45pm

Thomas Payne Study Centre, Foyer

Come along for a taster in the Argentine Tango, a style of dancing which is believed to have originated in Buenos Aires.

All beginners welcome. We tailor classes to the abilities of those present. No prior experience needed. Come on your own or with friends. Stepping into the room for the first time is the hardest step, the rest we will do together.  

Class: 18.15 - 19.00
Dancing and practice: 19.00 - 19.45

Students and Staff Association: £3
All others: £5
Just dancing: £1

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This event contains physical activity. 

Any attendees with individual concerns about their accessibility are advised to contact Union Opportunities ( for additional support.

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