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The World’s Oldest Tablao Reopens – Congratulations!

The pandemic forced the closure of this mythical stage in Madrid, opened in 1911.

The best news that flamenco can receive is the reopening of the tablaos and stages for flamenco. But the reopening of the oldest tablao in the world is especially relevant news. Formerly known as Villa Rosa, it reopens its doors in the Plaza de Santa Ana under the name of Tablao Flamenco 1911, honoring its history.

Its interior, a treasure trove of murals and artistic decorations worthy of a museum, leaves no one indifferent.

Congratulations to the flamenco family!

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