Enjoy a memorable Flamenco show at one of the world’s most famous tablaos and live a magical evening as various celebrities once did including George Bush, Richard Gere and Pablo Picasso.
Tablao and Flamenco Show
The Corral de la Morería was awarded as the best “tablao” in the world by the “Festival Internacional del Cante de las Minas”, a Spanish Flamenco competition and selected as one of the world’s most iconic places by the New York Times in “1000 Places to See Before You Die”.
The Corral de la Morería was established in 1956. The finest Flamenco artists have all performed here, including Isabel Pantoja, La Chunga, Antonio Gades, Pastora Imperio or Blanca del Rey. Blanca del Rey, who won the National Flamenco Award, is now the Art Director of the Morería.
The Corral’s shows are so famous that politicians, actors and artists have come from all over the world to see the tablao’s Flamenco dancing, including George Bush, Richard Nixon, John F. Kennedy, Nicole Kidman, Harrison Ford, Sandra Bullock, Hugh Grant, Adrian Brody, Natalie Portman, Richard Gere, Pablo Picasso and Salvador Dalí.
Nine artists participate in each 70-minute show. There are always two male dancers, one female dancer, a female singer, three male singers and two guitar players. Once you have spent an evening admiring a passionate Flamenco show in the Corral you’ll understand why it is considered one of the best tablaos in Spain.
Dinner at the Corral de la Morería
You can complete the experience by having a traditional Spanish meal at the Corral de la Morería before and during the show. The chef is at the same level as the performers.
The menu includes a starter (stuffed roast tomato with baby cuttlefish and risotto squid ink, idiazabal cheese or a type of pizza base with green and red peppers, onion and aubergine and goat’s cheese). Followed by salmon with citrus and vegetables or chicken with Parmentier and Porto sauce. The dessert will be a five chocolate cake and this will come accompanied by wine (red D.O Rioja or white D.O. Rueda) and mineral water.
If you would like another menu or ask for an individual dish, you can ask for something else at the restaurant. Keep in mind that the price is the minimum per diner.
When making your reservation you should choose between different schedules. There are two sittings.
Sunday to Thursday
- First dinner sitting: 5:30, 6, or 6:30 pm (groups of more than 7 people should arrive at 6 pm at the latest)
- First show sitting: 7:30 pm
- Second dinner sitting: 9:10 pm
- Second show sitting: 9:30 pm
Friday and Saturday
- First dinner sitting: 6, 6:30, or 7 pm (groups of more than 7 people should arrive at 6:30 pm at the latest)
- First show sitting: 8 pm
- Second dinner sitting: 9:45 pm
- Second show sitting: 10:45 pm
All of our providers comply with local legislation and applicable health recommendations regarding protective material and safety to help avoid the spread of Covid-19.
|Adults||Children 4-8 years old||Children under 4|
|Flamenco show & dinner||
Flamenco show & dinner
Children 4-8 years oldUS$ 98.50
Children under 4not permitted
Children 4-8 years oldUS$ 54
Children under 4not permitted
1 hour 10 minutes.
A 70 minute Flamenco show (one of the best in the world) with one beverage.
Gastronomy menu with beverages included (optional).
When to book?
You can book up to the start time, as long as there are places remaining. Book now to guarantee your spot.
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Frequently asked questions
Q - How to book?
A - To reserve the activity, choose the date and complete the form on this page. You will receive your confirmation immediately.
If you have any other questions please contact us.
Calle Morería 17, next to the Royal Palace