Went here on a Sat night in April ,and as previous reviewers have said it is almost all in Spanish, but as 95% of the audience is Spanish its understandable. The spectacle is visual ,so language is not a major issue. The food is not great ,but it is edible ,and when we were there they kept asking if we wanted more . The drink is basically free flowing ,and quite a few of the Spaniards seemed to have over indulged when we were there . The one down side that annoyed us ,was the long wait to actually get in , and this is solely caused by the fact that every single person entering has to have ther photo taken with the King and Queen , which resulted in the show starting over 30 mins late. We went by taxi ,and when we came out the staff phoned us a taxi straight away , and we only had to wait 5 mins . I would imagine that during the peak season there would be a good % of British there . In conclusion ,it is quite expensive ,but we loved it and are glad we went .
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