6 oct. 2014

Event of the Week in Madrid: Flamenco Show

Flamenco is an important part
 of Spanish culture.
Looking for a romantic night out, a chance to experience true Spanish culture, or just a fun evening with friends? This Flamenco show is for you! When you ask most people what comes to mind when they think of Spain, Flamenco is normally one of the first things they say, so this is a show you can’t afford to miss! 



1.    Where is the Flamenco show taking place?

 

The Flamenco show is situated just minutes from Puerta de Sol, at Sala Torero in C/ de La Cruz, so it couldn’t be more central! It’s on from Wednesday to Saturday every week, with performances at 20.30 and 22.00, so there are plenty of opportunities to enjoy Spanish culture. And at 19.50€ a ticket (including a drink), who can say no?

 

 

2.    Tell me more about the Flamenco Show and the dancers! 

 

Flamenco and sangria:
 a perfect night out!
This is an authentic Flamenco show, performed with a pair of dancers, a specialist flamenco singer, a guitarist and percussion. El Mistela, a well-known and highly regarded Flamenco dancer will be dancing. El Mistela has been awarded the prestigious ‘Premio Nacional de la Crítica Flamenca’ (National Flamenco Critic's Prize).  Having danced Flamenco in Tokyo, Paris, Rome and Sevilla, this is an internationally recognised show that is guaranteed to be fantastic!

 

 

3.    How do I book tickets?

 

Spanish dance classes are a great
 way to immerse yourself in Spanish culture.

You can easily book tickets online, and you will receive an e-mail confirmation with a ticket to print.  If you don’t have access to a printer, don’t panic! Just reply to the e-mail given on your confirmation, and they will let you in with another form of ID (such as a passport, NIE/DNI).

Enjoy the show! Flamenco is a must-see, however long you are staying in Madrid for. We’d love to know what your opinions are on Spanish dance: have you had any Spanish dance lessons, and what are your favorite type of dance?

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