I would not recommend visiting the museum without seeing a show-you will be disappointed. The museum really sets the context for the show. You will learn the 7 principal styles of Flamenco which can then be related to the show. The stage is quite intimate and creates a great atmosphere. It is set out like a typical Andalusian patio. There is a small bar at the side where you can purchase a drink to have whilst watching the show. There are 4 performers, a male and female dancer,a singer and a Spanish guitarist. Between them they created an evocative and emotive performance that completely captured my attention. It was absolutely beautiful and will stay with me for a long time. If I could make one comment to the manager I would recommend that you only allow people to take photographs at the end of the performance. It was very annoying having people stand up or hold up cameras and phones during the show and does spoil the moment particularly if you manage to be totally immersed by the show as I was.