El Patio Sevillano is a flamenco venue established in 1952 under the name of "Cortijo El Guajiro", a pioneering stage in Seville and Spain, where great flamenco celebrities such as Trini España, Matilde Coral, El Farruco, Manuela Vargas or Rafael El Negro began their careers.
In 1956, El Patio Andaluz was opened in the Plaza del Duque, with performances by the best artists of the time such as Cristina Hoyos, Milagros Menjibar (National Dance Prize), Chano Lobato...
In 1973 it moved under the name "El Patio Sevillano" to the banks of the River Guadalquivir, opposite the Triana district, offering since then one of the most authentic flamenco shows in the town.
The show of El Patio Sevillano lasts 90 minutes, without any interval, where customers will observe the different flamenco palos (types) in their different styles, such as the Spanish classic and the Spanish song. In addition, different typical elements of this art are used, such as castanets, fans, hats and capes. The show is accompanied by music by Falla and Joaquín Turina, along with classical dance and popular flamenco music.
To end this show with more than 20 artists on stage, a joint bulería is performed, ending with the famous Andalusian regional dance: the sevillanas.