What do Russians, Masons and Tango dancers have in common?

posted Apr 6, 2014, 4:42 AM by Sophia de Lautour   [ updated Apr 6, 2014, 2:18 PM ]
Russian Nights Tango Bondi Synergy
Short answer - April 11.

That's the date of the launch of Tango Synergy's new monthly Friday Milonga which happens to be in a Masonic Centre / Russian Restaurant. 

Sorry to disappoint you but that's as far as the connection goes!

Here's more details about the venue...

Friday, April 11
8pm - to late
Russian Nights Restaurant / Masonic Centre
140 Bondi road, Bondi

Here's what one of the Tango Synergy organisers have to say about their new Friday monthly milonga..

"It's a real surprise. As you come down the stairs, you're suddenly in another world, like an underground cabaret or a speakeasy: chandeliers, ornate details, a vast dance floor and those wonderful red walls." (Frida Kotlyar)

I've been to this venue for a non-tango event and thought it would make a great place for milonga. It has a superb wooden floor, and pleasant ambience. Looking forward to tangoing there! 

Please spread the word :-)
(Spasibo, secret handshake, abrazo tanguero)