A HALL STEEPED IN HISTORY
Built in 1937 by the typographer’s guild as a venue for their general meetings, the Blanqui Hall was inaugurated by the Colonne Orchestra. This event proved remarkably prescient – the Blanqui Hall became the Blanqui Studio when Philips set up there to record the greats of French song: Jacques Brel (Ne me quitte pas), Serge Gainsbourg (Le poinçonneur des Lilas), Barbara (Göttingen), Juliette Greco (La javanaise)…
94 Boulevard Auguste Blanqui, 75013 Paris
Metro Line 6 GLACIERE
AN ICONIC TANGO VENUE IN PARIS
La Tanguedia is a cultural space embracing all aspects of Argentinean culture and has a 250 m2 wooden floor that is maintained with the greatest care.