The Bad: Show started about 30 minutes late, they only take cash payments (if you're a student take your card as there's a discount), the timing information on their website wasn't up-to-date when we went so we arrived an hour before the doors opened (and even still the show started late). The wine is terrible! Go for the sherry instead.
The Good: These performers are authentic Flamenco dancers/singers/musicians. This is a no frills kind of show; all the beautiful Flamenco dresses you see in shops in Malaga are for the more touristy and typical dancers. The Kelipe group on the other hand identify themselves as hailing from the gypsy community. Their performance is stripped down and more about the music than the dancing so if you're looking for something more visual and glamorous then this is probably not the Flamenco show for you. If you want something more authentic and extremely passionate then this is the show for you!
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