Must see entertainment in Granada

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    Peña La Platería

    Founded in 1949, La Platería claims to be Spain's oldest flamenco club. Unlike some of Andalucía's more private clubs, it regularly opens its doors to…

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    Jardines de Zoraya

    Up in the Albayzín, this carmen-turned-restaurant appears, on first impression, to be a tourist-focused tablao (choreographed flamenco show). But…

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    Casa del Arte Flamenco

    A small flamenco venue that is neither a tablao (choreographed flamenco show) nor a peña (private club), but something in between. The performers are…

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    Flamenco Los Olvidados

    As the sun sets, the Albayzín's 16th-century Palacio de los Olvidados (also, inexplicably, a museum of Spanish Inquisition torture instruments) morphs…

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    La Tertulia

    A tertulia is an artistic gathering, and that's what you generally get at this bohemian bar where the emphasis is on the stage – film screenings, poetry…

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    Le Chien Andalou

    Small cavernous bar that was once a cistern, but now hosts three nightly flamenco shows for half the price of the bigger places. Performances can be hit…

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    Teatro Alhambra

    One of a network of theatres managed by the Andalucian regional government, the Alhambra stages a varied program of drama, concerts, dance, and even the…

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    Just off Calle Azacayas, this is one of Granada's historic jazz and flamenco haunts, staging a regular program of gigs, jam sessions and flamenco…

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    Teatro Isabel La Católica

    Granada's municipal theatre stages everything from jazz and guitar concerts to imported plays, musicals and comedy performances.