We actually went there on the advice of our hotel reception who assured us that the performance - flamenco dance, the singing, the guitar music - is artistically more authentic, less commercialized, besides being less expensive than others around the city. Seniors were also given discounts. The performers are supposedly teachers as well.
We didn't have time for the museum, but the show was really intense. There were a male and female dancer, and three vocalists/guitarists. There was a lot of stamping and during the finale, the audience got to their feet and clapped along with the stamping.
The theatre museum is located inside an old building, and the low stage is located in a courtyard; rows of chairs were placed on three sides of the stage. One had to go early to get good seats. I think there were two performances that evening.
There is a bar adjacent to the courtyard, and one can also watch the performance sitting on the bar stools.
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