Theatre and dance in Madrid

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  • The Circo de los Horrores presents its latest show in which theatre, circus, dance and music lead to a night of pure frenzy (IFEMA MADRID. Thursdays to Sundays. Till 9 January).

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The largest musical production ever seen in Spain. Over 100 million people around the world (Teatro Lope de Vega. Tuesday to Sunday).

Last chance

The country’s best performing arts festival is back with new stage proposals by national and international companies (Different venues. 11-28 November).

An authentic flamenco show featuring mesmerizing dance, singing and guitar playing (Madrid Flamenco Theatre at Teatro Alfil. Monday to Sunday. Till 30 December).

An unforgettable experience brought to you by Yunke, one of the best magicians on the international scene (IFEMA MADRID. Thursday to Sunday. 1 Oct-9 Jan).

The world’s biggest box office illusionist from Europe reopens the Apolo with a new show that includes illusions that have never been seen before (Teatro Nuevo Apolo. Thursday to Sundays).

A total of 14 shows with leading artists from flamenco song and dance, such as Amador Rojas, Alba Heredia and Antonio Lizana (Salón de Baile, Teatro Real. 4 Nov-22 Jul. See dates).

Antonio Banderas produces the Spanish adaptation of this famous musical (Teatro Calderón. Tuesday to Sundays).


Productores de Sonrisas is back on stage with El Sueño de Miliki, a new show designed for all the family (IFEMA MADRID. Till 30 January).

The director, Mario Gas, offers a new adaptation of this romantic zarzuela (Teatro de la Zarzuela. 19, 20, 21, 24, 25, 26, 27 and 28 November).

The Argentinean actor, Martin Kent, performs his music hall with transformation and popular satires (Teatro Maravillas. Sundays. 21 Nov-26 Dec).


The classic Christmas production has become a not to be missed event in Madrid’s Christmas (Teatro Circo Price. 26 Nov-9 Jan).

Yllana and Primital Bros star in this a cappella comedy (Teatro Infanta Isabel. Tuesdays. 19 Nov-29 Mar).

Flamenco is back

Signature cuisine and the best Flamenco go hand-in-hand in this centrally located Flamenco tablao, one of the most well-known in the capital.

All types of Flamenco and the best tapas, plus puppets, storytellers and innovative theatre.

This historic flamenco house, located a stone's throw from Puerta del Sol, opens 365 days a year.  

Don't miss

One of the oldest tablaos in Madrid, it has welcomed some of the world's most renowned flamenco artists.


An observation deck offering wonderful vistas of the city.

Visit our online store (in Spanish) of souvenirs made by local artisans!

The official tourist bus is back from 19 November 2021!

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