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Much like the other reviews, I loved this! Having a mid-level Spanish vocab, I didn't understand every word, but got the main ideas and found it quite entertaining. Nice price for tickets and at the bar. Should definitely check it out.
Date of experience: June 2018
Microteatro, Director de Relaciones Públicas at Microteatro, responded to this reviewResponded 9 July 2018
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I had never experienced something like this before. It's a 15-minute play with an audience of 15 people in a very small room. It feels like we are on stage, interacting with the actors many times. The play I watched was super creative, really broke...More
This is a little theatre with a variety of short plays showing a few times in different basement rooms. All the shows are in Spanish, so it's not really for people who don't speak the language at all. You buy tickets at a window outside...More
A friend took me here one; I didn't know what to expect.
After buying our tickets to see a show - the name I don't remember, anyway, I don't speak Spanish so well - we were led downstairs into a small room. There were about...More
Visiting the city and had the chance to meet with some friends who suggested as we were nearby we should stop in...I had absolutely no idea but thought it was a sleazy club! We were taken downstairs and shown to a room for about 8...More
Following a friends recommendation we get in this different but alternative Theatre, and despite I am not Keen on musicals, it was the month of musicals, pure chance, I enjoy it so much. Is so close... u feel uself part of the act, ane so...More
Few shows offer you an experience as exhilarating,innovative, fascinating, and even more,embracing as this one does. They offer a wide variety of plays at a very affordable price & different time periods accesible for everyone; whether is comedy, tragedy or drama, it does not matter....More
You're in a bar but you are part of a show. First, You buy make a line to buy the tickets (like in the movies) you enter the bar, order some drinks and hang around, until its the time of your show. When the time...More
That's a real original idea and a nice place to spend from half a hour to all the evening! You can see the show (actually you are part of the show) and then upstair you can take a beer . The show costs only 4...More
Date of experience: April 2013
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