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Flamenco tablaos have their origins in the singing cafés of the 19th century. Before their existence, flamenco shows were limited to private celebrations and parties.
In the 1920s, the decline of these establishments began, as they had a certain bad reputation because the press emphasised the events that took place in them more than the art that the artists exhibited.
In the middle of the 20th century, other types of establishments began to appear more economically interesting and were aimed at making flamenco known to tourists visiting the main Spanish cities: The Tablaos
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The tablao of dunacandela has no postal address, it exists in your imagination and is waiting for you…
In the 21st century and due to unprecedented health and economic crisis, many of these Tablaos have closed or have been on the verge of closing.
But the tablao reappears with strength and is created in our imagination.
We have created an experience to immerse ourselves in the romantic future of the tablaos of the 70s, adapting it to the new post-pandemic era.
This is the defence and claim for the cultural interest of flamenco in the world as well as its presence in the present time.