Top Choice Flamenco in Seville

Casa de la Memoria

Housed in the old stables of the Palacio de la Condesa de Lebrija, this cultural centre stages authentic, highly charged flamenco shows. On nightly, they are perennially popular and as space is limited, you'll need …
Jazz in Seville

Naima Café Jazz

Popular, laid-back and mellow, this bar is an evergreen favourite for live jazz and blues, staged most nights. Drinks are reasonably priced and its tiny interior – you could easily find yourself squeezed in next to …
Flamenco in Seville

Casa Anselma

True, the music is often more folkloric than flamenco, but this characterful Triana spot is the antithesis of a touristy flamenco tablao (choreographed show), with cheek-to-jowl crowds, zero amplification and sponta…
Flamenco in Seville

Casa de la Guitarra

This is a tiny flamenco-only venue in Santa Cruz (no food or drinks served). Its two evening shows are intimate affairs with three on-stage performers and the audience squeezed into a small seating area flanked by d…
Concert Venue in Seville

Teatro de la Maestranza

Home to Seville's Royal Symphony Orchestra, this modern theatre, inaugurated in 1991, stages a rich program of classical music concerts, opera and ballet by top Spanish and international performers. Check the websit…
Live Music in Seville

Fun Club

Positively ancient by nightlife standards, the iconic Fun Club has been entertaining the nocturnal Alameda de Hércules crowd since the late 1980s. It still packs them in, hosting club nights and regular gigs – indie…
Flamenco in Seville

La Casa del Flamenco

This beautiful patio in an old Sephardic Jewish mansion in Santa Cruz is home to La Casa del Flamenco. Shows, performed on a stage hemmed in by seating on three sides, are mesmerising.
Flamenco in Seville

Tablao El Arenal

Of all the venues offering flamenco 'dinner shows', this is one of the best. With a seating capacity of 100 in an old-school tavern, it lacks the grit and – invariably – duende (flamenco spirit) of the peñas (small …
Flamenco in Seville

El Palacio Andaluz

Flamenco meets Broadway at this 400-seat theatre. Its glitzy highly choreographed flamenco shows are not for purists, but the performers are masters of their art and it all makes for quite a spectacle.