Carablanca Tango Club
Open Fridays, Carablanca is London's longest-running tango club.
The friendly, informal atmosphere ensures that beginners and visitors
mix easily with the regular dancers.
Our venue, Conway Hall,
is a 1920s period building in Central London. The main hall has a
large wooden floor. The bar is excellent value with a wide choice
The dance evening is an Argentine milonga. Music is traditional Argentine tango,
milonga and vals, played in tandas with cortinas by guest DJs.
Classes take place in a separate room from the milonga. They are taught at two levels.
The Beginners tango course,
which starts on the first Friday of the month, is for those with no knowledge of tango.
The Recent Beginners course
assumes the knowledge of the Beginners tango course.
|Class and dancing
|Recent Beginners class
Page updated 22 Jul 16
Friday 22 July
DJ from Barcelona: Naoko Koike
Dancing from 8pm to midnight
We are delighted to welcome
Koike (DJ Naoko) to DJ for the first time at Carablanca.
Originally from Japan, she lived for 7 years in Buenos Aires where she was the first foreigner to be a resident DJ.
For the last 3 years she has lived in Barcelona from where she DJs worldwide.
Naoko writes: "She connects and communicates with dancers through her music and lets it develop naturally.
She loves seeing happy faces on the floor and considers being DJ as her dream job."
Empanadas for sale at the bar
Empanadas, sourced from Chango Empanadas
go into the oven on the hour. Order one saying when you want it and whether you want a beef empanada,
a chicken empanada or a vegetarian empanada filled with mozzarella, tomato and basil.
Give your table number if you have one. Your empanada will be delivered to your table
about fifteen minutes after the hour you choose. If you don't have a table
it will be delivered to the bar for you to collect.
Tango and Cocktails
A selection of 10 cocktails is available every week.
See our Cocktail Menu
Tango and cocktails both originally became fashionable in Europe in the early twentieth century
and they are particularly suited to each other. The subtlety and intensity of a well-prepared cocktail
makes it the ideal accompaniment to the mood of tango. Our 1920s period venue, Conway Hall,
provides exactly the right setting for recreating some of the elegance of an earlier cocktail age.