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Flamenco Show in Madrid

Corral de la Morería sets the golden standards for flamenco tablaos in Madrid, with performances by the finest artistes and performaers from all over the country. Frequented by high-profile celebrities and ministers, this is where you go to see the creme de la creme of the flamenco world.

How

Dating back to 1956, the tablao has gained a royal following since its early years. Designed to resemble the 18th century tablaos, the Corral de la Moreria evokes traditional Spanish performing arts flare. Lit up by streetlamps reminiscent of the early 19th century, the interior draws upon your imagination and brings you back in time.

What

Every evening, the first performance starts at 10pm and ends at 11.30pm. The second slot is from 12midnight to 1.30am. On Saturdays, veteran dancer Blanca del Rey takes the stage. With decades of flamenco dancing experience, she is the proud winner of a flamenco national award.

Besides the nightly shows, the tablao also dishes up some sumptuous dishes starting from 8pm. Expect traditional delights tossed up in a modern twist such as sherry and garlic spring chicken with a whisper of paella, foie gras ravioli with crispy Iberian cured ham.

Where

Poised in the historic center of Madrid, the flamenco tablao is located beside the Royal Palace, a gorgeous imperial edifice within minutes from Puerta del Sol. To get to Corral de la Moreria, simply get the metro to Sol station and walk from there.

Details of Corral de la Morería

Website: http://www.corraldelamoreria.com/

Email: web@corraldelamoreria.com

Address: Calle de Morería 17, Madrid 28005

Tel: +34 913 658 446

Fax: +34 913 641 219

Photo credit: flickr creative commons by thoth188.

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