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Torres Bermejas

Torres Bermejas

4.4 (2850 reviews)
4.4 (2850 reviews)
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Calle de Mesonero Romanos, 11, 28013 Madrid (Madrid) - Spain | View map
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17:00 | 19:00 | 21:00
15:00 | 17:00 | 19:00 | 21:00
60 min
150 people
20 performers
20 performers
Venue: not accessible | Bathrooms: not accessible
Venue: not accessible | Bathrooms: not accessible

About the Show

Torres Bermejas began under the name La Taberna Gitana, one of the first tablaos to emerge on the Madrid flamenco scene in 1949.  The Taberna offered afternoon an evening flamenco shows and enjoyed it's peak in 1956-7 under the direction of the flamenco singer Mariano Sevilla. Sadly it was forced to close only a year later in 1958.  Two years later after extensive renovations the tablao reopened under the name Torres Bermejas with a distinct decor.

The entire venue was created as a reproduction of the salas, or halls, of the Alhambra in Granada.   In the early years Torres Bermejas welcomed a long list of famous flamenco artists such as El Güito, Niño Ricardo, Mario Maya, Chato de la Isla and Manolo Caracol. Later Torres Bermejas became famous as being the only tablao in which Camarón de la Isla performed. It was also here where Camarón de la Isla first met Paco de Lucía.  Each year thousands of fans and admirers of Camarón, including national and international celebrities, come to Torres Bermejas in Madrid for a show and to see where he performed.   

Located in the center of Madrid just of the Gran Via and close to the Plaza Callao, Torres Bermejas offers flamenco shows with options for drinks or several seasonal fixed price dinner menus. Inside the ornate ceilings, walls and woodwork in the style of the Alhambra provide a unique atmosphere in which to enjoy a flamenco performance with dinner and drinks.  The show covers several different styles of flamenco, from soleá to alegría, siguiriya and martinete. Performed by a group comprised of twenty artists: singers, dancers and guitarists, all who come to the stage with national and international reputations in the flamenco world.


This is a real factory. we sat along the wall along the back of the stage… we never got to see the musicians. the place is beautiful, the artists are good and seem passionate (deserve a 4 or a 5). but unfortunately, apart from when they danced in the middle of the stage, we never got to see them. Look at the picture... A real shame when you think that the clapping is complete part of the show. Sangria tasted like grenadine, sweet and not much taste. You get the bill 3 minutes before 18:00, hence 3 min before the end of the show (without asking for it) which, by the way, started nearly 10 minutes late, but finished on time at six on the dot. It is sad that some people had a good experience and others not just because they pile you in in a very unfriendly way.
Booked a show at 7pm on my first night in Spain. The restaurant is very cosy. They serve the drink and first dish before the start of the show. There are intervals in between performers for us to eat before they serve the next dish. The waiters and waitresses are very attentive. I would recommend anyone first time to Madrid or watching Flamenco show to visit this place.
Went foe the flamenco performance, it was amazing. Performing with such passion! The atmosphere was fenominal. Didn't eat there, just drank something. Amazing. Would come back to see the flamenco again! Also the interior is all in line with the flamenco, cozy, aesthetic.
The performance is really good, they have a really nice atmosphere and restaurant it's quite small but bearable as it's also an airco room. I had a tapas menu, but it's also come a plate of paella, dessert, and drinks which is worth for the ticket I paid for. The food is not the best, but the performance is well done 👏
We enhoyed this one hour flamenco dances, music, and songs. It's exactly a 60-minute show. It's amazing to see all dancers swift movement with clapping hands and tap dancing, despite the fact that we didn't understand the story behind the singing and what the dancers were trying to express in their dancing We booked the show online (it is a must to book online), which came with a few options: show with dinner, show with a drink, or show only. We chose to watch the show without a meal or drink. We ordered our drink at the show, which worked out a few euro cheaper than the option of show and drink.
We have been there today and watched the show. Obviously I do not know anything about Flamenco so cannot say if they were average or outstanding but for me they were great and really enjoyed the show. Sadly could not enjoy the show fully as one guest made it hard as she could not sit still and had always her head in my view. Though about complaining but as the person was my own daughter I decided in the end against it.
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