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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
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...
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...
This is a plush and somewhat pricey place to savour traditional or nuevo flamenco. Recent topliners have included Chaquetón, Remedios Amaya and Niña...
This is one of the foremost dance schools in Spain, and offers classes in classical and modern dance, as well as flamenco.
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
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...
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 plays a crucial role in training and as a producer. The resident company produces excellent work, it hosts visiting productions, is a major...
An expensive tourist trap that provides a pre-packaged thrill for the undemanding. The generic flamenco show (with live singers and guitarists on Tuesday...
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 has a flamenco and sevillana leaning, but also covers African, jazz and capoeira as well as drama, at very reasonable prices.
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
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