El Tablao de Carmen is a flamenco show launched in 1988 to honor Carmen Amaya, a gypsy girl born into poverty in Barcelona in the early 20th century. She went on to become the most universally popular flamenco dancer of her time with admirers including Marlon Brando, Fred Astaire and Orson Welles and appearances at the Folies Bergère, Carnegie Hall and the Roosevelt and Truman White Houses. The tribute show - two performances nightly - features top flamenco artists and includes the options of drinks, tapas, dinner. Special rate for children. Entry to Poble Espanyol is free from 4 p.m. for show ticket holders.