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Tablaos & Flamenco Shows in Sevilla

No matter when nor how long you are visiting Seville, you can always count on nightly performances in several venues. Options range from larger venues in a theatre style setting, to smaller, more intimate clubs. These are professional shows with performances anywhere from 45 minutes to 2 hours. In most cases drinks are at least served, while some of the establishments offer two nightly shows with options for tapas or dinner. Below is a listing of the major venues in Seville. Almost all of them can be booked online through The price is the same as you would pay directly in the establishment.

Tablao El Arenal

Tablao El Arenal takes its name from the neighborhood in Seville between the Cathedral and the Guadalquivir river. The location is very central, just a few blocks away from the Maestranza bullring. Offers full dinner and bar service. More details about El Arenal>>

Los Gallos Tablao Flamenco

Los Gallos is one of Seville’s oldest tablaos and perhaps one of the best settings: a renovated historic home in the Plaza de Santa Cruz. The venue is small and features rustic and traditional architecture of the original building. Offers bar service. More details about Los Gallos >>

El Palacio Andaluz

The venue is a completely renovated warehouse in the city of Seville, offering over 500 square meters of space, including a large stage area, a typical Andalusian Bodega and plenty of seats. This is the largest venues or its kind in Seville. Offers dinner and bar service. More details about El Palacio Andaluz >>

El Patio Sevillano

El Patio Sevillano was founded in 1952 as “Cortijo el Guajiro”, with young talents of Trini España, Matilde Coral, El Farruco, Manuela Vargas, and Rafael Negro gracing the stage. The tradition continues near the river. Offers dinner and bar service. More details about El Patio Sevillano >>


Es3ncia Vinos & Arte (Salteras)

Flamenco in Salteras Opened in fall of 2012, Es3ncia Vinos & Arte is located in Salteras, a small town in the province of Seville. The venue offers a free shuttle from central points in the city to take you to the show and back. You can have tapas after the show at a bodega around the corner. More details about Es3encia Vinos & Arte >>


El Museo del Baile Flamenco

The Museum of Flamenco Dance is an impressive venue for some of Seville’s best flamenco. Located in the Santa Cruz quarter and just a few steps from the Plaza Alfalfa, the museum offers weekday shows, as well as longer weekend shows on Friday and Saturday evenings. More details about Museum shows >>

Auditorio Alvarez Quintero

Auditorio Alvarez Quintero is a new arrival to the Seville flamenco scene. Located in an 18th century building, the owners who once lived in the same house have converted the space to include an area for flamenco performances as well as an art gallery and workshop. More details about Auditorio Alvarez Quintero >>

Casa de la Memoria

A show which is recommended in amost every forum and guide book, perhaps setting your expectations too high. But a great shows in a central setting in Santa Cruz, where people often line up to buy tickets because they don't sell them anywhere else nor work with other agencies. Link coming soon >>


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For further options you can consult the Flamenco Bars and Flamenco Peñas section. There are also often events in Seville with special performances.