A version of Tchaikovsky's classic ballet featuring 45 dancers (Teatro de la Luz Philips Gran Vía. 22, 24 and 25 January).
Circus and ice skating tell a magical story for the whole family (Escenario Puerta del Ángel. Check dates. Till 22 January).
Yllana and Primital Bros get together in a musical comedy a cappella (Teatro Alfil. Fridays to Sundays. Till 29 January).
A selection of the comic company's 25 greatest sketches (Teatros del Canal - Sala Roja. 11-29 January).
The Fernández Montoya Brothers are paying tribute to their grandfather, Farruco (Teatro Nuevo Apolo. 18-21 January).
The company Tringlish Productions produces this fun comedy performed in English (Teatro del Arte. 21 January).
14 cappella singers offer a fusion between classical music and humour (Teatros del Canal - Sala Verde. 27-29 January).
A family theatre and music show performed in English by native English-speaking actors (Teatros del Canal - Sala Roja. 28 January).
An intense dramatic opera in two acts by Benjamin Britten that is being performed for the first time in Spain (Teatro Real. 31 Jan-28 Feb).
A dance show with acrobatics and digital art (Teatros del Canal - Sala Roja. 3-5 February).
The street dance ensemble are putting on a spectacular show to celebrate their 10th birthday (Teatro de la Luz Philips. Wednesdays to Sundays. 8-26 February).
A wonderful show with music by Carl Orff and the magic of the Catalan troupe (Nuevo Teatro Alcalá. 9-19 February).
A classical music performance that recovers the spirit of funambulism (Teatros Luchana. 5 & 19 Feb and 11,12 & 19 March).
Les Ballets de Monte-Carlo perform Prokofiev’s ballet (Teatros del Canal - Sala Roja. 10-12 February).
Seven magicians from different countries in shows for children and grown-ups alike, where illusion dominates the stage (Teatro Circo Price. 15 Feb-12 Mar).
A solo show by performer Claire Cunningham where she explores the potential of her disabled physicality (Cuarta Pared. 16-18 February).
After taking all five continents by storm, the flamenco legend returns to the Spanish capital with her latest show (Teatro Nuevo Apolo. 23 Feb-30 Apr).
Spanish dancer and choreographer La Ribot uses dance to explore the sensuality of the Baroque. (Teatros del Canal - Sala Negra. 22 Feb-5 Mar).