We booked ahead at our hotel for the 5pm show on the Saturday evening, paying slightly extra for the museum itself. The museum situated in the Barrio Santa Cruz in an 18th century building has some interesting audio-visual displays. We were advised by the receptionist to choose our seats early and we obtained excellent seats on the front row facing the small stage. We were then treated to some skilled atmospheric flamenco dancing. The two dancers (one male, one female) danced both separately and together, accompanied by a fine flamenco guitarist and a female singer. I think flamenco singing is an acquired taste and I haven't acquired it, so I concentrated on the dancing and the guitar music. The show lasted about an hour and was very warmly received by the enthusiastic audience.
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