A contemporary flamenco show to celebrate the April Fair (Gran Teatro Bankia Príncipe Pío. Sundays. 16-30 April).
A theatre festival for babies that celebrates its tenth edition (Fernán Gómez Centro Cultural de la Villa. Saturdays, Sundays and Special Performances. Until 11 June).
Three-part dance performance by the Béjart Ballet Lausanne (Teatros del Canal-Sala Roja. 26-30 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).
A tribute to the burlesque that relives its greatest eras through music and dance (Teatro Alfil. 28 April, 14 and 21 May).
The Belgian choreographer, Lisbeth Gruwez, premieres her dance performance on fear in Spain (Teatro Pradillo. 27-29 April).
The dance company will offer a programme devoted entirely to William Forsythe (Teatro Real. 27, 29 and 30 April).
Yllana and Primital Bros get together in a musical comedy a cappella (Teatro Alfil. Fridays to Sundays. Check dates. Till 11 May).
A fascinating dance and percussion version of ‘Romeo and Juliet’, with music by Estopa (Teatro Rialto. Wednesday to Sunday. Till 4 June).
The largest musical production ever seen in Spain. Over 80 million people around the world (Teatro Lope de Vega. Tuesdays to Sundays).
The Cuban company presents a magical performance of Tchaikovsky’s classic (Teatros del Canal- Sala Roja. 3-7 May).
A double bill of comic zarzuela with the works of Gerónimo Giménez and Amadeo Vives (Teatro de la Zarzuela. 6-28 May).
The Italian-Barcelona circus company presents its second reflexive acrobatic and visceral show (Teatro Circo Price. 18-21 May).
A silent comedy with masks that reflect on the lifecycle (Teatros del Canal - Sala Roja. 17-20 May).
A dance show about the life of the American dancer and choreographer Merce Cunningham (Naves Matadero. Centro Internacional de Artes Vivas. 19-21 May).
A dance performance that transforms the age-old Taiwanese harvest into movement (Teatros del Canal - Sala Roja. 26-28 May).