Known as the ‘Cathedral of Flamenco’ Tablao Flamenco 1911 is not only the oldest tablao in Madrid but also in the world! It is located in Madrid's Plaza de Santa Ana and showcases authentic performances and features flamenco legends like Antonio Canales, Lola Flores, and Paco de Lucia!

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Tablao Flamenco 1911 Show
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Tablao Flamenco 1911 Show

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About Tablao Flamenco 1911

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  • Tablao Flamenco 1911 has 70 seats. 
  • The raised stage is in the center, with 28 seats directly in front of the stage. This is known as Zone A. 
  • There are 29 seats diagonally to the left of the stage. 
  • There are 13 seats to the right of the stage.
  •  Zone A is the closest to the stage while Zone C is farthest.
  • With no sightline restrictions in either section, every seat promises a good view of the performance.

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  • Address:  Pl. de Sta. Ana, 15, Centro, 28012 Madrid
  • Train: The closest train station is Sol commuter train station which is 1.3 kilometers or  a 15 minute walk away from the tablao.
  • Bus: Take bus 002, M1, or SE712. The closest bus stop is Santa Ana.
  • Parking: Please note that if you’re travelling by car, parking may be hard to find as Tablao Flamenco 1911 is located in a central area, close to popular landmarks. 
  • Recommended mode of transport: We suggest using buses or trains for the easiest experience as they stop near the venue and save you the hassle of finding parking. 

Frequently asked questions about Tablao Flamenco 1911

Where is Tablao Flamenco 1911 located?

It is located at Plaza de Santa Ana, number 15, on the corner of Nunez de Arce and Alvarez Gato streets, in the Las Letras neighborhood of Madrid.

How many shows are performed at Tablao Flamenco 1911 daily?

There are three flamenco shows performed daily at Tablao Flamenco 1911

What is the seating arrangement of Tablao Flamenco 1911?

The venue has 70 seats. The raised stage is in the center, with 28 seats directly in front of the stage. There are 29 seats diagonally to the left of the stage and there are 13 seats to the right of the stage.

Is there a dress code for attending the shows?

While there is no strict dress code, smart casual attire is recommended to match the elegant atmosphere of the venue.

Are children allowed at the shows?

Yes, children are welcome to attend the shows, but children under the age of 3 cannot occupy a seat and must remain in the arms of their parents and that the number of children ( below 12 years of age ) in a reservation cannot exceed the number of adults.

Can I take photos or record videos during the performance?

Photography without flash is allowed at Tablao Flamenco 1911 , but it is best to check to avoid disrupting the performance.

Are there any famous artists associated with Tablao Flamenco 1911?

Yes, the venue has hosted many legendary flamenco artists such as Antonio “El Chaqueta,” Imperio Argentina, Miguel de Molina, Lola Flores, Paco de Lucía, and many more.

How long is each flamenco show at Tablao Flamenco 1911?

Each show at Tablao Flamenco 1911  is 1 hour long and  includes several acts featuring singing, dancing, and guitar performances.

What is the best time to arrive for a show?

It is recommended to arrive at least 30 minutes before the show starts to get settled and enjoy the ambiance.

Are there any nearby attractions to visit before or after the show?

Yes, the Tablao Flamenco 1911 is located in the vibrant Las Letras neighborhood, close to popular attractions such as the Plaza Mayor, Puerta del Sol, and the Prado Museum. There are also numerous restaurants and bars in the area to explore.