Milonga Abierta: Open Tango Dancing in Apsley, Hertfordshire

Next Milonga: Saturday 4th April: Spring Party!

It's our Spring party!

Milonga Abierta is the Learning Tango style of milonga, on every First Saturday of the month. We have an "open" approach; open to new dancers, open to new music, and open to new ideas.

8pm - Midnight, Apsley Community Centre, London Road, Apsley, Hemel Hempstead, Herts HP3 9SB (directions).

Milonga Abierta is the ideal milonga for those who want to enjoy a perfect mix of gorgeous Golden Age traditional music, mixed in with the best of Neo and Alternative tango tracks throughout the evening.

We also have a lovely line up of live music, guest DJs and guest workshop teachers for these events - see Future Dates for details.



On the door Milonga Abierta price: £12.

2020 Schedule

Our 2020 dates are as follows:


Apsley Community Centre is a large hall, with a great atmosphere including a lovely dance floor, and full facilities, and plenty of free parking nearby.

Getting there

Apsley Community Centre, London Road, Apsley, Hemel Hempstead, Herts HP3 9SB.

By Car

From London: take the M25 to Junction 20, then take the A41 exit to Hemel Hempstead / Aylesbury. Take the A41 north for approx 2.5 miles, then take the A414 Hemel exit. Turn right at the roundabout towards Hemel (A414). At the lights, turn right onto the A4251. Follow the A4251 for 0.5 miles and the Community Centre is on the left. Turn left onto Durrants Hill Road for parking.

From the North: take the A41 south, then take the A414 Hemel exit, and follow instructions as above.


There is some on-street parking near the venue, and there is plenty of free parking on the local car park on Durrant's Hill Road, just past the venue (1 minute walk).

By public Transport

Apsley railway station is approximately 0.5 miles from the Community Centre. From the train station, turn left and walk up the A2251, and the centre is on your right.

Gallery of Previous events

Plastic Reduction Policy

Many of us have been made aware recently of the vast problems the world faces regarding plastic waste, including the pollution of our oceans. As organisers, we're very aware of the problems of single-use plastic cups; these turn into plastic waste which pollute our oceans. It's shocking to hear that over 90% of plastic waste is never recycled, and that 8 million tonnes of plastic are added to the ocean every year.

So we now have a plastic-reduction policy at all our events. We encourage our dancers to bring their own drinking vessels, and we charge £1 for plastic cups if you forget to bring drinking vessels.

We will donate proceeds from plastic cup sales to the Marine Conservation Society, with a collections tin at the front desk for you to donate to this cause.

We aim to help people get into the habit of bringing their own drinking cups to events, as part of your standard "dance kit", along with things like shoes and (we hope!) deodorant.



Contact us for more details about these events:


Phone: David: 07767 784238