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Casa de la Memoria

Casa de la Memoria

Calle Cuna, 6, Seville, 41004

The Basics

Casa de la Memoria is one of Seville’s smaller venues for classical Flamenco and boasts a roster of award-winning dancers and musicians. The theater (which looks out on the courtyard of the famous Palacio de Lebrija) hosts two shows a night, at 7:30pm and 9pm, and occasionally offers an additional performance at 10:30pm. Given the popularity of flamenco in Seville, you’ll want to book your tickets in advance to guarantee entry.

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Flamenco Show at Casa de la Memoria Admission Ticket
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Flamenco Show at Casa de la Memoria Admission Ticket
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$23.62 per adult
Traveler Favorite
Great show and setting for it
Great show . Loved the setting and what we liked was flamenco team seemed to be really enjoying themselves as well
Anonymous, May 2022

Recent reviews from experiences in Seville

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Very intimate show. Could...
Stephen_D, May 2022
Flamenco Show at Casa de la Memoria Admission Ticket
Very intimate show. Could see everything from wherever you sat. Very good performance. Dancers were excellent
star-5
Great flamenco show
Sharon_S, May 2022
Flamenco Show at Casa de la Memoria Admission Ticket
Amazing flamenco dancers, nice experience and able to take photos at the end. Good price too. Maybe a little too crammed in with other guests.
star-5
Stunning . The performers showed authentic emotion
Gaynor_M, May 2022
Flamenco Show at Casa de la Memoria Admission Ticket
Great performance from musician singer and the dancers. Real story telling. It was evocative and emotional. Dancers were highly skilled in their art .
star-5
Highlight of my trip!
Addison_L, Nov 2021
Flamenco Show at Casa de la Memoria Admission Ticket
The Flamenco Show at Casa de la Memoria was the highlight of our trip to Seville! The show was beautiful and well done. Would recommend this to anyone coming to Sevilla wanting to go to a show!
star-5
Amazing
Mary_F, May 2022
Flamenco Show at Casa de la Memoria Admission Ticket
we enjoyed the show and marveled at the professionalism and athleticism of the performers. We had a young child with our group, who also enjoyed the show
star-5
10/10 ☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆
Lauren_R, Oct 2021
Flamenco Evening Show at Casa de la Memoria Ticket
I would definitely come here again. These dancers had awesome moves and the guitar was lively. The singing was very touching. But, especially the dancers. They had unique, well-done moves. I give it all praise.
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Flamenco night
Arturo_B, Jun 2021
Flamenco Evening Show at Casa de la Memoria Ticket
Beautiful show!!! Very recommended. Very professional dancers and you can sense their passion as the show progresses.
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Superb Taster
Nigel_R, Apr 2022
Flamenco Show at Casa de la Memoria Admission Ticket
Taster of different aspects of Flamenco in a small intimate setting. Worth a visit. Guitar dance and song
star-5
Perfect!
Sean_C, Apr 2022
Flamenco Show at Casa de la Memoria Admission Ticket
Wonderful! The space is so intimate, we loved every moment. The performance was comprehensive and incredible
star-5
Amazing experience
Vladimir_K, Apr 2022
Flamenco Show at Casa de la Memoria Admission Ticket
We loved this flamenco show, absolutely amazing dancers, great music! You should come half an hour before the show starts, to get better sits.
star-4
Great cultural experience
Amit_M, Apr 2022
Flamenco Show at Casa de la Memoria Admission Ticket
The show was good but we were expecting more dancers. There were four performers: one guitarist, one singer, a male dancer and a female dancer. They were all very good but we thought there would be more performers.
star-5
Excellent
Deana_C, Apr 2022
Flamenco Show at Casa de la Memoria Admission Ticket
The best Flamenco show! The entire cast were amazing and the feeling in the room was moving! We loved the show.

Things to Know Before You Go

  • Unlike many other flamenco venues, Casa de la Memoria doesn’t serve food or drinks.

  • The theater is small, so book admission in advance and arrive early to grab the best seats.

  • Casa de la Memoria does not allow children under 6 years old.

  • The building is wheelchair accessible, but some seats are elevated.

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How to Get There

Casa de la Memoria is situated in the heart of Seville’s old town, and most travelers find it easiest to walk to the venue. There are also two public bus stops nearby: Imagen (Plaza Encarnación) and Villegas (Plaza El Salvador). Parking is limited in and around Casa de la Memoria, so plan accordingly if you drive there.

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When to Get There

This venue is open nightly with performances at 7:30pm and 9pm. Shows often sell out, so reserve tickets in advance to guarantee entry. The theater has open seating, so plan to arrive early to get the best tables in the house.

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Where to Eat and Drink Nearby

Casa de la Memoria doesn’t serve food or beverages, so you’ll likely want to enjoy dinner and drinks before or after the show. Travelers looking for authentic tapas can head to Los Coloniales or Bodega Santa Cruz (both about a 10-minute walk from the theater), while seafood lovers may prefer the freshly-caught fish and shellfish La Azotea. All three restaurants require reservations.

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Frequently Asked Questions
The answers provided below are based on answers previously given by the tour provider to customers’ questions.
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