This is a beautiful and atmospheric venue however The whirling dervish "show" itself left me feeling confused. This is advertised as a performance however it is actually like observing a religious ceremony. The close proximity to the "performers" made me somewhat uncomfortable especially because I and a lot of the audience dozed off at some point during the ceremony. It was very mesmerizing and the live music was beautiful however due to the monotony of the movements and the music it is not really entertainment. It felt more like intruding on something that is meant to be sacred. No disrespect to this cultural experience but the discrepancies between the advertisement and the performance meant that unfortunately the ceremony was not something I particularly enjoyed. The front of house staff in the venue were not friendly and disappeared before the end of the show.
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