Located on the banks of Seville's Guadalquivir River, the Triana Flamenco Theater is a historic yet intimate tablao. It was crafted to resemble the city in the 1920s as an homage to Triana's history as one of the birthplaces of flamenco.

The venue is under the care of the Cristina Heeren Foundation, which oversees the preservation of Seville's culture and arts. Currently, the venue runs a regular Flamenco Show cycle, Triana has notably hosted some of the most talented and famous artists as well as young and upcoming artists, particularly from a school run by the foundation.

130 Seats

Wheelchair Accessible



About Triana Flamenco Theater

Seating chart
Popular productions
  • The Triana Flamenco Theater has a capacity of about 130 split across three sections: Orchestra, Mezzanine, and Boxes.
  • The Orchestra is the largest section and closest to the stage. It offers the best views.
  • The elevated Mezzanine is a smaller, raked section that offers a comprehensive view of the stage, more suited for larger performances.
  • The elevated Boxes are on the sides. They offer a more private space but might have sightline restrictions for some performances.
  • The seats at this venue are on the smaller side. Front-row seats offer more legroom.

Know before you go

Getting there
Tips & guidelines
Nearby restaurants
  • Address: C. Pureza, 76, 41010 Sevilla, Spain
  • Bus: Lines C3 and 40 stop near the theater on Pagés del Corro, about a 5-minute walk away.
  • Subway: The nearest station is Puerta Jerez, which is a 13-minute walk away. It services line Line L1.
  • Tram: Stop Puerta de Jerez is a 15-minute walk away, across the bridge. It services the T1 line.
  • Parking: Triana does not have parking space but patrons may park at nearby garages like Parking Mercado de Triana | AUSSA Parkings, Marist College Parking, and Parking Plaza de Cuba. There are also several garages along the harbor, across the bridge.
  • Recommended mode of transport: The buses offer less walking time to reach the venue, while the tram and subway are quicker but come with a longer walk time.

Frequently asked questions about Triana Flamenco Theater

How old is Seville's Triana Flamenco Theater?

The venue is just under 5 years old.

When was the Triana Flamenco Theater built?

The venue opened sometime around 2020.

What is the Triana Flamenco Theater named after?

The venue is named for the district it is in, Triana, widely known to be one of the birthplaces of flamenco.

What is the address of the Triana Flamenco Theater in Seville?

C. Pureza, 76, 41010 Sevilla, Spain.

How do I reach the Triana Flamenco Theater?

The bus is a hassle-free way to reach the theater.

How many seats are in the Triana Flamenco Theater?

The venue has a capacity of about 130.

Are children allowed at the Triana Flamenco Theater?

Children under 4 are not allowed at this venue.

What shows have played at the Triana Flamenco Theater in Seville?

The venue is known to host some of the greatest performers in modern flamenco, including Antonio Molina ‘El Choro’, Luisa Palicio, Lucia la Piñona, Maise Marquez, and Alberto Sellés. It also encourages alumni from the foundation's school who have established themselves as respectable artists to return and perform in Seville.

Has the Flamenco Show always played at the Triana Flamenco Theater?

Flamenco Shows have played at this venue since its opening with a rotating cycle of performers.

How long is the Flamenco Show at the Triana Flamenco Theater?

The shows run for about an hour. Some include intermissions.

What are the best seats in the Triana Flamenco Theater?

The seats in the middle closer to the front offer the best views and experience.

What should I wear to the Triana Flamenco Theater?

Smart casual attire is preferred at this venue.

How much do the Triana Flamenco Theater tickets cost?

Prices vary based on shows, dates, seasons, seats chosen, and more. Tickets to the Flamenco Show and dining experience at this venue start at €79.

Does the Triana Flamenco Theater have food?

The venue serves dinner and drinks with certain ticket options and have a dining service on the patio. Food and drinks are not served during the show.

Are there any other dining options available near the Triana Flamenco Theater?

There are many wonderful places to visit if you're looking for good food near the venue. Local cuisine is served on every corner, like at Abades Triana Restaurante, Las Golondrinas - Pagés del Corro, Restaurante La Entrañable, and more. Some places, like Petit Comité, serve local cuisine with an interesting twist.

What are some attractions or things to do near the Triana Flamenco Theater in Seville?

The harbor itself is a sight to behold. But the area also houses some historic locations, like the Real Parroquia de Señora Santa Ana church, the Plaza de Toros de la Real Maestranza de Caballería de Sevilla bullring, the Torre del Oro watchtower, and the Puente de San Telmo bridge.