The Yllana company has produced this madcap classical music concert filled with comic sketches (Teatro Alfil. Wednesday. 29 March, 12, 19 and 26 April).
Yllana and Primital Bros get together in a musical comedy a cappella (Teatro Alfil. Fridays to Sundays. Check dates. Till 11 May).
An amazing drum battle by a Japanese ensemble (Teatros del Canal - Sala Roja. 21-26 March).
The Estudio Lírico Company recovers this beautiful amorous opera by Emilio Arrieta (Teatro de la Luz Philips. 23-26 March).
A beautiful opera about marriage and true love to be premiered in Madrid (Teatro Real. 24 Mar-5 Apr).
A dramatic modern dance piece that reflects on refugees and immigration (Teatro del Arte. 28 March).
The American dance company are presenting a parody of Russian classics (Teatros del Canal – Sala Roja. 29 Mar-9 Apr).
A fascinating dance and percussion version of ‘Romeo and Juliet’, with music by Estopa (Teatro Rialto. Wednesday to Sunday. Till 9 April).
The largest musical production ever seen in Spain. Over 80 million people around the world (Teatro Lope de Vega. Tuesdays to Sundays).
The Canadian company presents its first circus show full of fun (Teatro Circo Price. 6-9 April).
A fusion between circus and cabaret with the best acrobats and dancers (Teatro de la Luz Philips. Tuesdays to Sundays. 6 Apr-18 Jun).
A dance show that explores the four types of love reflected in art (Gran Teatro Bankia Príncipe Pío. 7 April).
A powerful show that brings circus and Hollywood film noir together (Teatro Circo Price. 19-23 April).
Two dance forms are brought together on stage for this production of one of literature’s most famous tragedies. (Teatros del Canal. 20-22 April).
Three-part dance performance by the Béjart Ballet Lausanne (Teatros del Canal-Sala Roja. 24-30 April 2017).
A contemporary flamenco show to celebrate the April Fair (Gran Teatro Bankia Príncipe Pío. Sundays. 16-30 April).
A striking performance based on Manuel Mujica Láinez’ novel of the same name (Teatro Real. 24 and 28 April; 2, 5 and 7 May).