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Tetería el Harén

Tetería el Harén

“Tea and culture” are on offer at this atmospheric little spot, done out in exotic style over several floors. Live, unplugged performances are given most weekend nights, laid-back affairs that don’t require any admission fee –... Read More

Teatro Cervantes de Málaga

Teatro Cervantes de Málaga

Opened in 1870 and renovated more than a century later, this beautifully ornate theatre can accommodate around 1,100 people in modern-day comfort. A Spanish-language play is staged usually once a month – the calendar is... Read More

Teatro Cánovas y Sala Gades

Teatro Cánovas y Sala Gades

A modern cultural space of 370 capacity within Malaga’s historic centre, the Cánovas Theatre was opened in 1991 and expanded in 2008 to accommodate the Gades Hall. Between them, these adjoining venues host performances of... Read More

Teatro Alameda

Teatro Alameda

Opened in 1961, this cinema-cum-theatre was built on the site of the much-loved Pascualini Cinema that showed the first American movies to Malagueños from 1907 onwards. Destroyed in the Spanish Civll War, it was rebuilt to house a... Read More

Studio 41

Studio 41

Despite its remarkable lack of publicity and distant location near the Parque del Guardalhorce west of the city centre, Studio 41 remains a popular if occasional live venue for up-and-coming pop, rock and alternative music acts.... Read More

Plaza de Toros de La Malagueta

Plaza de Toros de La Malagueta

Malaga’s impressive bullfighting arena, La Malagueta, dates back to 1874 and is still in operation today. Owned by two matadors, La Malagueta can house 14,000 spectators. Bullfights take place during spring’s Semana Santa and... Read More

Paris 15

Paris 15

This mid-sized concert venue in the Polígono San Luís hosts a modest agenda of local acts and tribute bands, usually once or twice a week. The occasional big name does appear among the regular Homage to the Beatles nights – Lee... Read More

Onda Pasadena

Onda Pasadena

At this convivial downtown music venue, live performances are split between jazz and flamenco. As the place rarely levies an admission charge and is set not five minutes’ walk from the bar hub of central Plaza de la Merced, it’s the... Read More

Museo Revello de Toro

Museo Revello de Toro

The first museum dedicated to this local artist opened in 2010 – although Malaga-born Félix Revello de Toro was an established painter even in his early teens. Among the 100-plus works here are oils and drawings, including... Read More

Málaga CF

Málaga CF

Having just missed a place in the Champions League semi-final to a last-minute goal in Dortmund, this local football club can still feel proud. In the domestic league, Málaga CF fell back slightly but still gained a European... Read More

Liceo Flamenco

Liceo Flamenco

Although a nightclub in its own right, Liceo is one of the best venues in Malaga to catch live flamenco shows, every evening from Thursdays to Saturdays. As this is a local initiative, prices are kept to a reasonable €15,... Read More

Kelipé

Kelipé

This dedicated and enthusiastic flamenco venue is a school and cultural centre, teaching the art of flamenco while providing the public with quality performances three nights a week. The setting is perfect, a beautiful building in a... Read More

Cinesur Málaga Nostrum

Cinesur Málaga Nostrum

Cinesur boasts 11 complexes and 125 halls across southern Spain, including two in Malaga. This one is between the Parque del Guardalhorce and the airport in the west of town, and occasionally screens family-friendly films in their... Read More

Cine Albéniz

Cine Albéniz

On the same street as the Alcazaba that stands right above it, this venerable picture house has been beautifully renovated to provide the cinematic element of Malaga’s bid to be European Capital of Culture for 2016. Behind a... Read More

Amargo

Amargo

Finding an authentic Taberna Flamenca anywhere in Andalusia, let alone downtown Malaga, is next to impossible, so to stumble across Amargo is a rare treat indeed. The frequent live performances here are not laid on for tourists,... Read More


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