The latest aesthetics and themes from the world of dance will be taking to the stages of Madrid (Various locations. 18 Nov-8 Dec).
An illustration of how the art and architecture of classical and modern Rome have inspired Bvlgari’s designers over decades. (Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum. Till 26 February).
Complete retrospective of the work of the great Latvian photographer (CaixaForum Madrid. 1 Dec-26 Mar).
A classical music performance that recovers the spirit of funambulism (Teatros Luchana. Fridays to Sundays. 18 Nov-8 Jan).
Journey through the drawings of the great Spanish painter (Prado Museum. Till 19 February).
Zidane’s squad and the German team will be opponents on matchday 6 in the Champions League (Santiago Bernabéu Stadium. 7 December).
Combining the purest flamenco roots with touches of contemporary dance (La Estación. Gran Teatro Príncipe Pío. 9 December).
Join the electronic indie family of one of the most festival-loving and promising bands of the decade (Barclaycard Center. 11 December).
Madrid will be listening to the loveliest choir vocals and heartfelt spirituals (Fernán Gómez Centro Cultural de la Villa. 9-18 December).
The director, José Carlos Martínez premieres this version of Petipa’s ballet (Teatro de la Zarzuela. 6-18 December).
World-class figure skaters led by Javier Fernández performing to live music (Palacio Vistalegre Arena. 29 December).
Registration is now open for the last sporting event of the year. A Christmas classic (31 December).