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Flamenco Show in the Tablao 1911

  • 346 reviews | 5,951 travellers
    Good musicians, good singers, pretty good dancers, one in particular was touching.
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Attend a Flamenco show at the Tablao 1911 in Madrid and enjoy a unique and captivating evening surrounded by guitar playing, soulful singing, handclapping and passionate dancing.

Attend a Flamenco show at the Tablao 1911 in Madrid and enjoy a unique and captivating evening surrounded by guitar playing, soulful singing, handclapping and passionate dancing.

Flamenco Show in the Tablao 1911

The Tablao Flamenco 1911, established in 1911 where an old chocolate mill once stood, is one of the capital’s Flamenco sanctuaries. It's carved arches, which were inspired by the Alhambra in Granada, have drawn in world-famous cantaores (singers), guitarristas (guitar players) and bailaores (dancers). Some of the most renowned have been Fernanda de Utrera, Lola Flores, Imperio Argentina, Juanito Valderrama, Juan Varea, Miguel de Molina, Antonio Mairena, Antonio Arenas, José Antonio Díaz Fernández "Chaquetón" and Pepe Marchena.

Since its opening, the Tablao Flamenco 1911's performances have been so acclaimed that dignitaries such as Alfonso XIII of Spain, the bohemian Hemingway or the American actress and singer, Ava Gardner have been guests at the tablao. The Tablao Flamenco 1911 has also appeared in Almodóvar’s melodrama “High Heels”.

Nowadays, the Tablao Flamenco 1911 still offers very high-quality shows on a daily basis and welcomes the best dancers, singers and artists of the Spanish flamenco world in a fully restored space. Its façades are adorned with tiles that were designed between 1915 and 1920 and depict the most beautiful corners of the most famous capitals of Andalusia and Madrid. 

The shows, which always last 1 hour, feature dancers, guitarists and singers and are highly expressive, sensual and full of colour. Attending one of these shows is an unforgettable experience like no other.


When making your booking you'll be able to choose the part of the tablao where you'd like to enjoy the show, with zone A being the closest to the stage and A2 being the furthest.

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1 hour.


1 hour show at the Tablao Flamenco 1911 in your chosen row

When to book?

You can book up until the previous day (6:00 pm) if there are still places available. Book now to guarantee your spot.

Type of voucher

Electronic. Show the voucher on your phone.


Wheelchair accessible. Accessible toilets. This must be indicated in the reservation.


All services published on Civitatis are carried out in accordance with our Sustainability Code. Specifically, this activity applies the following practices: Show more

Include water in recyclable cartons.

No single-use plastics are used.

The show represents local culture.

The activity helps the dissemination of local cultural heritage.

The activity helps vulnerable groups.

The activity promotes local production.

No printing of documentation required.

Promotes local employment.

Has a gender equality policy.

Has a carbon footprint offset policy.

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Tablao Flamenco 1911 Show more

Corporate name: CincoAses Proyecto SL

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Not permitted.

Frequently asked questions

  • Q - How to book?

    A - To reserve the activity, choose the date and complete the form on this page. You will receive your confirmation immediately.

If you have any other questions please contact us .


Not refundable. This activity does not permit modifications nor cancelations.

Meeting point

Plaza Santa Ana, 15

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