We booked online for the 22:30 show on a Wenesday because we thought it would be busy. We got there 20 minutes before and there were only 4 or 5 people there. Another couple came just before the show. There must be around 200 seats, so it was a little awkward for us (and I'm sure the performers) with such a few people watching.
Having said that, the show was really good and energetic. It's worth a visit, but perhaps on a more popular night. The Sangria included in the price was also quite good.
It was also one of the staff birthdays that night. The performers randomly started singing and cheering at her, but she was hidden from view around a corner so we had no idea what was going on until they started singing a Spanish rendition of happy birthday. They gave champagne to all the performers before the girl whose birthday it was reluctantly danced on stage for a bit with one of the performers. It felt a bit like a private party we were invited to watch, but not be a part of.
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