The oldest tablao in the world in a heritage building in Madrid | Daily Flamenco Shows
Carmen La Talegona en el escenario

The Tablao Flamenco 1911 is located in the famous Plaza de Santa Ana, in the neighborhood of Las Letras in Madrid.

Formerly known as Villa Rosa due to the name of the historic tiled façade of its premises, this unique venue has been hosting flamenco shows since 1911, and is recognized as the oldest tablao in the world.

The tablao is surrounded by Puerta del Sol, Plaza Mayor, Plaza de Canalejas and its luxurious Galería Canalejas, Barrio de las Letras and Calle Huertas.

It is very close to the Sol and Sevilla subway stops, and the Sol commuter train station. It is easy to walk from any tourist attraction in the center.

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Antonio Canales expresivo en Tablao Flamenco 1911

Antonio Canales, a singular friend of the Tablao Flamenco 1911

Antonio Canales, is one of many flamenco lovers, who wish with all their strength that the oldest tablao in the world, regain its maximum splendor. Maestro Canales is one of the stars who have stepped on the stage of this flamenco tablao, and who has been hypnotized by its magic.

An extensive career

Maestro Canales began his career in the national ballet where he was the first figure for years and after closing this stage, he decided to join, in Paris, the ballet of Maguy Marin.

In 1992, at the age of 31, he created his first company and began a recognized international career, being one of the most mediatic and recognized artists.

Among his countless awards, the National Dance Award, his nomination for the Emmy Awards, and the delivery, from the hands of the King of Spain in 2022, of the Gold Medal of Fine Arts stand out.

The maestro leaves no one indifferent and is one of the best known and most popular personalities in Spain.

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Upcoming shows

Flamenco Madrid Daily Show

It is possible to purchase future tickets even if the artistic program for some months has not yet been published.

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From November 21st to 27th

The bailaora Alba Heredia in the oldest tablao in the world

The winner of the "Desplante" Award of the Festival del Cante de las Minas visits us to give us her flamenco art.

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December 3rd and 4th

Claudia “La Debla” for the first time at Tablao 1911

Born in Barcelona but raised in Granada, Claudia "La Debla", brings us her flamenco art this weekend.

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From 5 to 11 September

The new star of flamenco “El Yiyo”.

The young dancer brings us a show full of strength and flamenco passion.

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