FLAMENCO Seville

Seeing a live flamenco show is definitely one of the top things to do in Seville. The art form has a long-standing history in the city which makes it one of the best places in Spain to see a live performance.

So where can you find the best flamenco show in Seville? To help you answer that question we have hand-selected the top 5 tablaos (stages/venues) and detailed the advantages and disadvantages of each one.

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The Best Flamenco Shows in Seville

Baraka Sala Flamenca Triana, one of the best flamenco shows in Seville

If you want an up-close and personal show in the famous flamenco neighborhood of Triana, then Baraka Sala Flamenca is a fantastic option. The show takes place in an old wine cellar for no more than 45 audience members at one time. The cozy venue size guarantees great views of the performers.

Another huge advantage from our point of view is that no microphones or speakers are needed in such a small room. That means you get very authentic and pure acoustics.

Overall, for the price of 27€, which even includes a drink, you can’t go wrong.

The performance stars four artists – one singer, one guitar player and two dancers (male and female) – showcasing an authentic collection of flamenco styles.

Baraka Sala Flamenca puts on a daily 60-min show at 7 pm. During busy months, there is also a second show at 9 pm.

The genuine dedication of Baraka Sala Flamenca to preserving flamenco's authenticity and history is palpable, making it a great option for anyone seeking a genuine encounter with this beloved art form in Seville.

Address: C. Pureza 107, 41010 Sevilla

Stage at Teatro Flamenco Sevilla

Another one of our favorite flamenco venues in Seville is the Teatro Flamenco Sevilla. It occupies a very emblematic stage in the city center, formerly known as Quintero Theater, just 10 min walk north of the cathedral. This spacious venue (over 300 seats) features comfortable theater-style seating with great views from every spot.

Teatro Flamenco Sevilla offers a vibrant and exciting 1-hour show that usually features 6 world-class performers. The show stands out not only for the passion and dedication of the artists, but also for the theater's comfort and usage of the latest technology. The sound is simply impeccable and the lighting is top notch.

There are two shows everyday at 5:30pm and 7:30pm. The price is 25€. There is a small bar at the entrance where it is possible to enjoy a drink before the show.

Address: C. Cuna 15, 41004 Sevilla

Flamenco dancer in Seville's Flamenco Museum
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The Flamenco Museum offers three daily 1-hour flamenco performances at 5:00, 7:00 and 8:45pm which cost 25€. This authentic flamenco show takes place in a small but cozy 18th century courtyard. It has been choreographed by the renowned flamenco dancer Cristina Hoyos, who is also the founder of the museum.

Apart from the daily flamenco shows, Museo del Baile Flamenco is a multi-faceted interactive museum that features informative videos, costumes, paintings and other flamenco memorabilia.

A ticket to the museum can be added for an additional 4€ when you book your show ticket. Museum visiting hours are 12:30pm - 6:30pm with last entry at 6pm.

Address: C. Manuel Rojas Marcos 3, 41004 Sevilla

Couples dancing at Tablao Flamenco El Palacio Andaluz

Tablao Flamenco El Palacio Andaluz is the largest stage in the city and one of Spain’s most historical flamenco venues. They offer two daily 60 to 90-min shows (7:40pm and 10:10pm) for 26€ (incl. one drink). They also offer show + tapas (71€) and show + dinner (89€) options.

In contrast with the Museo del Baile Flamenco and Teatro Flamenco Sevilla, this tablao is spacious and airy. However, it is located a bit outside of the center and you might need a taxi to get there.

Address: C. Matemáticos Rey Pastor y Castro 4, 41092 Sevilla

Flamenco dancer at Teatro Flamenco Triana

Teatro Flamenco Triana occupies a small charming theater (126 seats) in the heart of Triana, the historical cradle of flamenco. Its beautiful design has been inspired by the Seville of the Iberoamerican Exhibition of 1929.

Although traditional in style, Teatro Flamenco Triana uses the latest lighting and sound technology to offer attendees the best experience possible.

The 1-hour show usually consists of two dancers, one guitarist and one singer. While the artists are always highly talented, at Teatro Flamenco Triana they make an effort to combine established artists of different generations with new emerging talents from the flamenco school of the Cristina Heeren Foundation, to which the venue belongs.

The Cristina Heeren Foundation was created in 1996 and is dedicated to the art of flamenco. Since inception, over 8,000 students have been trained at its flamenco school, which is among the best in the world.

Currently Teatro Flamenco Triana offers 2 shows everyday at 7:30pm and 9pm. The price is 25€ and includes a welcome drink, which is served half an hour before the show in the entrance courtyard.

Address: C. Pureza 76, 41010 Sevilla

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More Flamenco Shows in Seville

Flamenco show at Casa de la Memoria

Casa de la Memoria is set in an intimate theater that dates back to the 16th century in the center of Seville, very close to the Metropol Parasol.

It offers one daily 60-min show from Tuesday to Saturday for 22€. Performers are professional artists, many of them winners of national and international awards in the different categories of dance, singing and guitar.

Casa de la Memoria offers more than just flamenco performances. The space is a Flamenco Cultural Center which also houses exhibitions related to this ancestral art form.

Address: C. Cuna 6, 41004 Sevilla

Tablao Flamenco El Arenal is situated in a 17th century building in the historic El Arenal neighborhood at the heart of Seville. It’s just 5 minute walk away from the cathedral.

El Arenal was founded in 1975 by the famous Sevillian bailaor (flamenco dancer) Curro Vélez. Since then, it has built an impressive reputation in the flamenco world.

Today, Tablao Flamenco El Arenal hosts a 75 minute show featuring up to 15 of Seville’s best dancers. There are 2 daily shows (at 7 pm & 9:30 pm) for 46.20€ (incl. 1 drink). Tickets with tapas or dinner are also available.

Address: C. Rodo 7, 41001 Sevilla

Tablao Flamenco La Cantaora is located in the city center, very close to the Plaza Nueva and less than 10 minute walk away from the Seville Cathedral.

The flamenco show at La Cantaora features talented local artists and focuses on the purity and roots of gypsy flamenco. To immerse guests in the world of flamenco, they recreate the atmosphere of the old traditional cafés of the late 19th and early 20th centuries.

There are two daily 1-hour performances for 25€. They also offer several show + dinner options for 60 to 70€.

Address: C. Albareda 22, 41001 Sevilla

Located in the neighborhood of Triana, Tablao Flamenco Pura Esencia offers one daily 60-min show at 8pm for 30€. The price includes one glass of Spanish wine, beer, juice or water.

Pura Esencia is a small tablao that doesn’t use microphones, creating that way a more intimate and authentic experience. The show stars a singer, a guitar player, and two dancers in a colorful, lively cultural performance. It contains some of the most representative styles of flamenco, such as “fandangos”, “bulerías” and “alegrías”.

Address: C. Betis 56, 41010 Sevilla

Tablao Flamenco Álvarez Quintero is located in the very center of the city, just steps away from the cathedral and the giralda. It occupies an historic 18th century house with painted tiles.

Álvarez Quintero offers 2 daily shows, one at 7pm and one at 8:30pm for 25 €.

Address: C. Álvarez Quintero 48, 41004 Sevilla

Tablao Flamenco Los Gallos was founded in 1966 and, as such, is one of Seville’s oldest tablaos. It occupies a renovated historic building in the Plaza de Santa Cruz, at the heart of the city. The rustic and traditional architecture of the building is used as the perfect backdrop for authentic flamenco performances.

This intimate yet comfortable venue offers two 75-min daily flamenco shows for 35€. The ticket includes a drink and the performance features ten artists.

Address: Pl. de Sta Cruz 11, 41004 Sevilla

Flamenco Lessons in Seville

If you have a particular interest in flamenco and attending a live show is not enough to quench your flamenco thirst, then trying it first hand might be the perfect option for you.

Academia Yessica Breda is a professional flamenco studio offering 1-hour flamenco lessons for 28€. It is located in the Triana neighborhood, birthplace of many of Seville’s most famous flamenco artists and bullfighters.

During this immersive experience, you will work on your dance skills and attitude together with the rhythm of flamenco. Guided by a professional, you will learn the basic body positions for your arms, hands and feet. By the end of the class, you will be ready to reproduce an entire flamenco routine.

The group size for this flamenco dance lessons is between 2 and 8 people. This activity is absolutely suitable for both men and women as well as children 8 years and older.

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