The location, the seats, the drinks are not the reason why you go to a flamenco show.
We came to the place by recommendation of some booklets. After a nice dinner in town we went to the Ana Maria flamenco, we had reserved for 10, And paid 20 euros per person for à drink And the show.
We all loved it. The dancers where not only professional but were "living" their dance. It was anchored in their souls and bodies. The two women had different styles, different technics, and it was fascinating. They were real human beings, and not dancing machines. ( I mention this because a week later we tried another show and had a very different feeling: only one dancer, one singer and one guitar player, but the dance was more of a: "see what I can do?" Show, a wonderful technic, but no soul. And flamenco should come from within...
I DO recommend the show if you are really looking for something that talks to you, be ready to listen with your guts and enjoy!
The show lasts one hour and a half, this is a perfect length
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