Teatro Flamenco Triana

Teatro Flamenco Triana

4.7 (579 reviews)
4.7 (579 reviews)
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Calle Pureza, 76, 41010 Seville (Seville) - Spain | View map
Mo, Tu, We, Th, Fr, Sa, Su
17:30 | 19:30 | 21:00
60 min
100 people
4 performers
4 performers
Venue: accessible | Bathrooms: accessible
Venue: accessible | Bathrooms: accessible

About the Show

Teatro Flamenco Triana is a venue in Seville dedicated exclusively to flamenco song, dance and guitar. The venue is a unique theatre along the banks of the Guadalquivir River in the heart of the Triana district, the historical cradle of flamenco. The theatre is a unique space for flamenco performances.

With a design inspired by the Seville of the Ibero-American Exposition of 1929 and state-of-the-art technical equipment, Teatro Flamenco Triana offers a continuous program of shows with prestigious figures of current flamenco. The theatrical programming is both a vindication of the mastery of consecrated artists of different generations, as well as the gateway to the stage for new talents that emerge in the flamenco school of the Cristina Heeren Foundation of Flamenco Art, creator of this scenic space. The flamenco school, with more than twenty years of history, is considered the best flamenco schools in the world in its specialty according to Lonely Planet. It has also been recognized by the Ministry of Culture, the Junta de Andalucía and the Chair of Flamencology of Jerez.


It was okay, the woman dancer carried the whole show, everything else was passable, you can find better options. It is a fairly small room with a lot of seats, feels a bit claustrophobic because the ceiling is low and you sit very close to others. When we came on Saturday evening it was full. It did not have any incline, so stage was at times hard to see because the heads of people before obstructed the view. Also, we could hear every little sound people in the audience make — unwrapping if the candy, sneezing, opening and closing their bags, whispering etc, which was very distracting. The show itself wasn’t anything special, there were some more active segments and the filler ones with just guitar or a song, it felt boring at times. Woman dancer was awesome, really passionate and skilled. Beautiful dresses too, she changed 3 of them during performance. Everyone else was dressed very casually, for example, second man dancer was wearing skinny jeans which felt out of place. All in all, if you come you probably wouldn’t regret, but there are better places out there. (taking pictures or videos is not allowed)
It felt like they did the bare minimum so you didn’t feel ripped off. Very small theatre but the intimacy didn’t seem to help with the intimacy….. also the costumes lacked any colour or beauty.
Set in a beautiful small theatre with a cast of 5 people. 2 singing, 2 dancing and 1 playing the guitar. Very informative on the culture but if it's a night to enjoy live, a group of flamingo dancers then this is definitely not the show for you. After watching, I would give it a miss. Good luck!
Very interesting. This is a flamenco school, too. The performance is not pre-planned. The classical guitar was excellent. Fascinating to see the authentic dancing and hear the singing.
I adored this show… no filming or picture was allowed, but it makes it so much enjoyable. I am a flamenco fan and the cantaor was amazing, the guitarist was superb, their techniques were impeccable. What can I say about the dancers other than they were absolutely magnificent!! I am not sure if people is aware of this, but they are really renowned artist in Spain and at teatro flamenco Triana you have the opportunity of seeing them in a cozy and intimate setting! In my humble opinion Teatro Flamenco Triana is absolutely worthy of your visit if you are visiting Sevilla! 🙌🏼
Fantastic show! I was not entirely sure what to expect from this show as I booked the tickets on a whim. The setting is in a small theatre (about 10-15 rows of seating) and about 8 seats in each row. We were given tickets in the second row and it seemed like there was a great view from any row. I have never seen a flamenco show before so I don’t have any comparison but this show was very exciting and fun! I would recommend doing some research on the history of flamenco before the show (if you don’t already know) as it really helps to understand the performance. There was about 5 rows full and there was room for walk-ins (rather than pre-booking). No phones allowed during the show so no photos or videos to share.
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