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).
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 prestigious cast of dancers performs Tchaikovsky’s fairy tale (Nuevo Teatro Alcalá. 24-26 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).
Yllana and Primital Bros get together in a musical comedy a cappella (Teatro Alfil. Fridays to Sundays. Check dates. Till 16 April).
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).
International and Spanish companies put on shows that encompass all the performing arts (Various locations. 3-26 March).
A classical music performance that recovers the spirit of funambulism (Teatros Luchana. 11,12 and 19 March).
The successful British choreographer Matthew Bourne stars in this new show by New Adventures (Teatros del Canal - Sala Roja. 15-18 March).
A chamber opera based on Albert Camus’s ‘The Misunderstanding’ (Teatros del Canal - Sala Negra. 20, 22, 23 March).
An amazing drum battle by a Japanese ensemble (Teatros del Canal - Sala Roja. 21-26 March).
The American dance company are presenting a parody of Russian classics (Teatros del Canal – Sala Roja. 29 Mar-9 Apr).