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The six mythological paintings by Titian are brought together for the first time since the 16th century (Prado Museum. 2 Mar-4 Jul).

Don’t miss the weekly Changing of the Guard held every Wednesday and Saturday, from 10am to 12 noon.

A total of 15 shows with leading artists from flamenco song and dance, such as Amador Rojas and Antonio Canales (Salón de Baile, Teatro Real. Fridays. 13 and 26 Nov / 17 Dec / 21 Jan / 11 and 26 Feb / 4 and 25 Mar / 15 Apr / 6 and 20 May / 3 and 24 Jun / 8 and 29 Jul).

Exploration of the exchange in both directions between surrealism and design with pieces from the past decade (CaixaForum Madrid. 12 Nov-21 Mar).

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Illusionists from different nationalities and disciplines, such as Jorge Blass, offer a show with the latest illusions (Teatro Circo Price. Wednesday to Sunday. 24 Feb-14 Mar).

 

The beloved opera legend Maria Callas returns to the stage a hologram, singing to the accompaniment of a full live orchestra (Gran Teatro Bankia Príncipe Pío. Sundays. Till 28 March).

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