There's a small cover fee here, but it's well worth it for the chilled out performances of live jazz and flamenco.
If you feel like a flutter, don the glad rags, grab your passport and head for the casino in the northern part of the city, near Parque Santa Catalina.
A long-running place with Irish music and Guinness on tap.
Live jazz, rock and, above all, blues concerts happen at 8pm on Thursday and Friday, 6.30pm on Saturday and 5.30pm on Sunday.
Stages theatrical performances and music recitals.
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