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Feast on a traditional Spanish meal with the large variety of menu options offering the best of Catalan and Andalusian specialties. Reach the venue early and you might be able to catch a special audiovisual presentation about the origins of Flamenco, an opportunity available only for first 80 guests reaching the venue.
Sit back with a drink in hand and let yourself be charmed by the emotion and feeling that this musical genre transmits.
1 hourStart time
First show: dinner at 6pm and show at 6:25pm
Carrer de Balmes, 139, 08008 Barcelona, Spain
Same as the start point
Make your way to Palacio del Flamenco for the show and if you’re lucky you might be able to catch an exclusive audiovisual presentation on the origin of Flamenco. The 30 minute presentation to acquaint you to Flamenco before the start of the show is only available to the first 80 guests reaching the venue.
A traditional Spanish dinner preludes the show where you can choose from 8 different options of menus and tapas.
After the dinner, a troupe of 17 performers takes the stage for a pulsating show like you’ve never seen before. The entire routine is choreographed by the troupe and special music is composed for each piece making it a unique spectacle. You will be enchanted as the performers brings diverse styles of the art form together to form a Spanish sign of identity, a musical genre capable of expressing the passion of an entire people.
Communication between the performers and the audience are an essential part of flamenco and at the end of the performance you'll be encouraged to join in.
Voucher information: You must print and surrender a paper version of your booking voucher for this activity (showing your voucher on a smartphone is not accepted). No refund can be given for customers reserves without a printed copy of their voucher.
The pre show that explains the history and the music of Flamenco was worth the price alone, the show and drink were frosting on the cake....Stephen Sherman, United States, 16/Mar/2017