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I am really not sure that this dance company is still performing at the same theatre where I saw 'Romance de los Olvidados' earlier this year as I think Antonia Mula took the production on tour, but if you get the chance to see this...More
Date of experience: April 2016
6 Thank Suadela
Antonia M, Director General at Antonia Mula La Compania de Flamenco: Romance de los Olvidados, responded to this reviewResponded October 18, 2016
sólo decirte gracias gracias gracias gracias....infinitamente gracias
The dance/actors are incredibly committed to their work which is so beautiful to watch. The musicians were wonderful too and the setting is atmospheric and intimate. The Lorca poem gives the dance a narrative context which makes it even more moving and expressive than your...More
I came here with my husband earlier in the year and we had a fantastic time. Couldn't have been happier, even my husband loved the live music and dancing. The surroundings were breathtaking and the room was cosy and intimate, yet clean. Loved it.
Right from the start, I was captivated and at the end I was in tears. Any superlatives used to describe my experience wouldn't do justice to the experience. Every single performer on stage played their part superbly and left me drained but wanting more.
Of all the Performing Arts, that I have ever seen, this was the Best. The energy and commitment of each character's performance; was way beyond anything I have ever witnessed. It was less about 'a show', and more about providing "an experience." I left feeling...More
We were strolling through Granada when we stumbled by chance on the sign "Palacio de Los Olvidados" . Curious about the name asked what the place is about and were told by the charming lady at the entrance that this center holds a show almost...More
We went to see the show with some friends as part of our trip to Granada and found this Flamenco show while walking around the streets of the city.
The show was extremely good, interesting and well performed and we found that the story of...More
Written by Christopher ....... When I spoke to the director Antonia, and asked what sort of Flamenco they played, she asked me, what did I want to hear. I requested a tarantas with duende. And she replied, 'OK we will play that just for you'....More
Our very first Flamenco. And it was with doubt our best. Thanks to Mula Palmero & her team. It was not the normal "made for tourists" event but was an intense, gripping theatrical performance of flamenco that captured the audience and got you foot tapping...More