The Alcantara Auditorium, a unique space in a palatial residence in Seville’s charming Santa Cruz neighbourhood. The house, which dates back to the 15th Century, was given a major overhaul in the 18th Century, when it belonged to the illustrious local character Justino de Neve, Canon of Seville Cathedral. This patron of the arts and friend of the painter Murillo, has bequeathed us the main courtyard to his house, so that this can be used as a window into the arts and culture.
Aside from housing traditional Flamenco shows every night, the Alcántara Auditorium is open to the occasional programming of other activities: theatre for adults or for children, conferences, workshops, exhibitions and concerts. You can consult our full schedule of events here.