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The largest musical production ever seen in Spain. Over 100 million people around the world (Teatro Lope de Vega. Wednesday to Sunday. 23 Sept-28 Nov).

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Retrospective of the surrealist painter, René Magritte, which brings together around 70 works, including paintings, photographs and films (Thyssen-Bornemisza National Museum. 14 Sept 2021-30 Jan 2022).

The renowned flamenco dancer returns with a show she created in 2017 (Teatro Rialto. Thursday to Sunday. Till 12 October).

An exhibition for the whole family that explores the world of dinosaurs (Espacio 5.1 - IFEMA MADRID. Friday to Sunday. Till 9 January).

After going toe to toe with Inter Milan in San Siro at the first match in Europe’s top competition, Madrid will be facing an unprecedented battle against the side from the self-proclaimed Republic of Transnistria, taking part in the tournament for the first time (Santiago Bernabéu Stadium. 28 September).

The Portuguese pianist will give a recital that includes Beethoven’s last sonata (Teatro Real. 29 September).

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An observation deck offering wonderful vistas of the city.

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

Explore Madrid with our selection of tours (in Spanish).

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    Madrid Events Calendar: 2021-2022
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  • El fin de siglo. Sala 61 A del Museo Nacional del Prado ©Museo Nacional del Prado (660 x 335)