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Al Andalús


With sala rociera decor of the most kitsch kind, this place offers a raucous live show, but the best part of all is watching the mainly middle-aged public...

C/Capitán Haya 19



This 'flamenco disco' attracts a much younger crowd than Al Andalús. Beautiful youths flaunt it freestyle before sevillanas prompt a free-for-all. The...

C/Juan Bravo 35

Café de Chinitas


An indulgent evening's entertainment for those who like to play at being 19th-century aristocrats - and don't mind paying 21st-century prices. At least this...

C/Torija 7



An ideal place to soak up atmosphere, though performances are impromptu and only take place downstairs and after hours. Still, this in-the-know watering...

C/Olmo 2

Casa Patas


This is a plush and somewhat pricey place to savour traditional or nuevo flamenco. Recent topliners have included Chaquetón, Remedios Amaya and Niña...

C/Cañizares 10

Centro de Danza Karen Taft


This is one of the foremost dance schools in Spain, and offers classes in classical and modern dance, as well as flamenco.

C/Libertad 15

Clara Ramona


Bilingual dancer/choreographer Clara Ramona works internationally but has her danza española school in Madrid. She's a great teacher for all levels.

Paseo de las Delicias 35

Corral de la Morería

Critics' choice

More serious and exacting than Las Carboneras, this long-standing tablao sports seemingly authentic Arab decor and an atmosphere to match. A relaxed mix of...

C/Morería 17

Corral de la Pacheca


This grand centre of popular and traditional flamenco boasts a history of star performers and even starrier punters. Built on the site of a 17th-century...

C/Juan Ramón Jiménez 26

Cuarta Pared

Dance, Theatre

Cuarta Pared plays a crucial role in training and as a producer. The resident company produces excellent work, it hosts visiting productions, is a major...

C/Ercilla 17

El Arco de Cuchilleros


An expensive tourist trap that provides a pre-packaged thrill for the undemanding. The generic flamenco show (with live singers and guitarists on Tuesday...

C/Cuchilleros 7

El Canto de la Cabra

Dance, Theatre

The 'Goat's Bleat' presents 15 to 20 companies a year, performing contemporary Spanish and international work and some dance. The indoor theatre seats 70,...

C/San Gregorio 8

El Horno


El Horno has a flamenco and sevillana leaning, but also covers African, jazz and capoeira as well as drama, at very reasonable prices.

C/Esgrima 11

Estudios Amor de Dios


The most famous flamenco school in the world celebrated its 50th anniversary in 2003 by opening at a new location (having been homeless for more than a...

C/Santa Isabel 5

La Soleá


This small but amiable bar in the centre of Madrid boasts a constant babble of flamenco aficionados and a roster of performers that alternate with...

C/Cava Baja 34
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