Situated in the heart of Madrid, Las Tablas Flamenco is one of the city’s most important flamenco venues. Founded by Antonia Moya and Marisol Navarro, two former flamenco champions, the venue presents a varied repertoire of talented flamenco singers, dancers, and guitar players—both established and emerging—since 2003.
Las Tablas Flamenco hosts flamenco performances every evening at 7pm and 9pm, allowing you to choose the slot which best suits your schedule. For a the ultimate Spanish experience, combine culture with cuisine and upgrade to one of four dinner packages, which encompass tapas and vegetarian options for those on a budget, and full meals and alcoholic drinks. Things to Know Before You Go
How to Get There
- A visit to Las Tablas Flamenco is essential for travelers who want to experience Spanish culture and cuisine first-hand.
- Book tickets in advance to guarantee your spot at one of only two nightly performances.
- The lively but intense atmosphere may not be suitable for very young children.
- The venue’s small size means Las Tablas Flamenco isn’t fully wheelchair and stroller accessible.
Las Tablas Flamenco is sandwiched between the Debod Temple and the Royal Palace’s Sabatini Gardens, just off Plaza de España in Madrid. Most travelers find it easiest to arrive on foot. Alternatively, it’s also just a 3-minute walk from the Plaza de España metro station. When to Get There
Las Tablas Flamenco is open nightly from 7pm. Reservations are needed to secure a table in this small venue, so book in good time if you want to attend on a Friday or Saturday night when the venue is particularly busy. Where to See More Flamenco in Madrid
If you haven’t seen enough Spanish flamenco after an evening at Las Tablas Flamenco—or you’re simply itching to see more—Madrid has plenty of other options. Stop by the oldest flamenco spot in the capital, Corral de la Morería or venture to the lesser-known Sala García Lorca. Some tours combine flamenco shows with a walking tour or wine tasting session.