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El Templo del Flamenco

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El Templo del Flamenco

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RCMW wrote a review Jan 2020
3 contributions1 helpful vote
The cave is a great setting for the show. The dancers, singers, and musicians are incredible. The food is a pre-fix menu and had a great variety. We enjoyed the wine as well. I forgot to request a wine refill before dessert was served so I would recommend being mindful of that time point. Overall, such a great experience!!
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Nicole CdG wrote a review Jan 2020
London, United Kingdom12 contributions
Having visited Granada before, and attended a different (better) Flamenco performance in a cave, I had high expectations. This was a perfectly fine and worthwhile activity but if were to come back, I would try a different company. The dancers did not use castanets, there were no female singers or couples dancing, and the performers often seemed distracted/disinterested (they even had a few side conversations, or gazed off into the distance rather than engaging). It felt like a very rehearsed performance without a lot of passion. The guitarist is amazing though! And everyone was nice.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Keith C wrote a review Dec 2019
6 contributions7 helpful votes
We walked up to venue from our hotel about 1 mile away, we made great time and actually arrived 30 min early. We were invited in and made very welcome by everyone. They immediately brought us drinks and even started bringing out our 5 course Tapas before anyone had arrived. Food was great and plentiful, and the drinks kept coming. The show was intense and passionate, great dancers were colorful and amazing to watch. This was Christmas Day at 9-30 pm, I would have thought the musicians and cast would have rather been at home with family, but that wasn’t the case, on this evening, we felt like their family and it was a fitting end to a fabulous 2 days in Granada. The show came with one drink and the 5 course Tapas, we each had four drinks and they refused to take payment for the additional drinks. 5 Stars, Fabulous.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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heatherpo wrote a review Dec 2019
milwaukee60 contributions33 helpful votes
We saw our first Flameco show here. Apparently in Granda and Seville they claim the title of birth place of Flamenco. So when we got to Granada and were tol dits the birthplace, we figured we had to see it there. Most of the shows are in Sacromonte which are a little outside of the city. So this one was more convenient. Its in an obscure place so we had to wait at a certain spot and be met by someone to walk us the rest of the way. We were a little uncertain of this but it worked out. the show was interesting. Not exactly what I expected. the dance is pretty intense and we were sitting in the front row. It felt strange to be eating while watching this. I would have preferred that we had not ordered the dinner. Most people just came for the show. The food was probably our least favorite meal in Spain and the most pricey. We just didn't know that it was OK to not order dinner and to go just for the show. I think seeing a show in a cave was a pretty unique opportunity since that's the authentic experience.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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shailjasingh2605 wrote a review Dec 2019
New Delhi, India8 contributions1 helpful vote
Wonderful experience... the energy and passion exuded by the dancers was amazing. Did not even once in the one hour show lose focus from what was happening on stage. Very talented...
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Date of experience: December 2019
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