Tablao Flamenco Cordobes hosted the visit of Roser Amills, novelist and collaborator in mass media such as TV3, RNE or IB3 among others. Some of her published books are ‘Uno solo por favor (1998)’, ‘Nos casamos (2004)’, ‘Les 1001 fantasies més eròtiques i salvatges de la historia (2012), ‘Me gusta el sexo (2013), ‘Самые пикантные знаменитостей истории и фантазии знаменитостей. Часть (2014, in Russian)’, ‘El ecuador de Ulises (2015)’, ‘La Bachillera (2016)’ or ‘Asja (2017)’ among others.
Among Roser Amills’ most outstanding prizes are the First Prize of the Menéndez Pelayo University of Madrid in 1997 for his first book ‘Uno solo, por favor’, the Llança de Sant Jordi prizes of Òmnium Cultural in 2011 and 2012, the First Prize of Poetry of the Polytechnic University of Madrid and the Prize of Narrative Primers Jocs Florals of the University of Barcelona in 1997 or the Micrófono de Informadores APEI-PRTVI prize of 2014 in the category of Internet.
Roser Amills valued the efforts made by Tablao Flamenco Cordobes in favour of the diffusion and defence of flamenco and highlighted the “passion and energy on stage”. The novelist also highlighted that it was an “unforgettable night” and that she enjoyed an “exciting show and taking sighs”. Roser Amills also thanked María Rosa Pérez Casares, the director of Tablao Flamenco Cordobes, during her visit to the historic Las Ramblas tablao, which will celebrate its 50th anniversary in 2020.