Tango @ Spitalfields 2022

Tango @ Spitalfields FREE outdoor Tango dancing in central London

We invite you to welcome the summer with us in a great opportunity to enjoy dancing Tango outdoors in the exciting surroundings of London's Spitalfields!

Unwind from work, come early and feel free to bring friends. The dancing area is covered with a canopy so don't be put off in case of drizzle! Bring dance trainers or old comfortable dance shoes, it's an outdoor hard floor.

** Avoid bringing valuables with you. This is an outdoor event held in an open public space. The organisers cannot be held responsible for any lost or stolen items. **

ENTRY:     EVERYTHING'S FREE

WHERE:   Amphitheatre Canopy,
                       Bishops Square, Spitalfields Market
                       37 Brushfield street, London E1 6AA  

WHEN:    Sunday
afternoon events - between 13.00 - 17.00 
                      Thursday evening events - between 18.30 - 21.00
                      Saturday Queens Jubilee event - times TBC

THE 2022 DATES
Sundays       22 May - 03 July - 17 July - 14 August - 25 September
Thursdays  23 Jun - 28 July - 18 August - 15 September
Saturday     04 June - Part of the Queen Jubilee celebrations 

FREE TRIAL CLASS FOR BEGINNERS
Sundays between 13.00 and 13.30
Thursdays
between 18.30 and 19.00

Music:  Some of London's best Tango DJs at each event!

Drinks: Can be purchased the local shops/pubs or feel free to bring your own!

PLEASE BARE IN MIND THAT LAST MINUTE CHANGES OR CANCELLATIONS ARE A REAL POSSIBILITY DUE TO THE NATURE OF THIS EVENT (open air etc).

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"I had a great time in your classes at Tango Primavera in Stockholm... I have to say that I love your mixture of taking it seriously, having fun and sometimes teasing the seriousness... it's great, and inspiring"

Trevor, Stockholm