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Classic story well portrayed.

Booked the night before on a whim and I am glad we did as it was a wonderful performance. The... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
FKW666
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West Midlands
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Excellent, although know that this is flamenco and not opera

My wife and I saw thisshow that the Teatro Reina Victoria last week. Since the theater is small... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
JoeKemchi
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Tel Aviv, Israel
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2 weeks ago
“Classic story well portrayed. ”
3 weeks ago
“Excellent, although know that this is flamenco and not opera”
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Booked the night before on a whim and I am glad we did as it was a wonderful performance. The majority of the music is prerecorded but it is interspersed with songs from a live flamenco group. The theatre is a quaint little place, don’t...More

Thank FKW666
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

My wife and I saw thisshow that the Teatro Reina Victoria last week. Since the theater is small there is no need to spend extra on seats in the first nine rows. Also, we purchased our tickets the day before the performance we say.

Thank JoeKemchi
Reviewed 8 July 2018

I've done several flamenco shows in Madrid and this was a different spin. This is a flamenco show to the Opera Carmen. I was worried at first when the music and singing was pre-recorded but after awhile a live flamenco band joined the dancers who...More

Thank John A
Reviewed 14 July 2017 via mobile

We happen to drop in and we loved the decor. The waiters were friendly but the food was the ultimate. The salmon was cooked to perfection and the pizza was crisp and tasty. The pepper salad was well seasoned and the anchovies were crispy.

Thank baruch t
Reviewed 6 September 2016

It was a marvellous performance. This show is "flamenco based". However, if this is the only show you will see, then you will not get your dose of the "Real Flamenco", which is a spectacular dance form. For that you must go to Las Tablas...More

1  Thank RayBT
Reviewed 10 June 2015

Small venue, relatively short compared to say a classical opera or concert, but DIVINE. Its not always on at the theatre all year round, but if you can catch it, please do. Its also very cheap. Check out the theatre schedule online. http://www.teatrorialto.es

2  Thank crocifixia
Reviewed 15 July 2014

By chance we were given a flyer to this show. It was a great experience and the use of incorporating the flamenco into Carmen was brilliant. The emphasis on the story is more through the interpretation of dance than the singing in a traditional opera....More

1  Thank Fingringhoe
Reviewed 17 July 2013

We didn't make it to the Carmen show, but saw I think Sophia which is the sister show of Carmen and may I say, this was exceptionally well worth my time and money. They were so good and very entertaining and I was not bored...More

Thank SARA K
Reviewed 3 July 2013

We went to the 7pm show and it was well over an hour and a half long with no interval. The dancing was spectacular and the costumes very colourful, but some of the dances seemed to go on forever and it became repetitive. The mixture...More

Thank Justonemoreholiday
Reviewed 31 May 2013

Went to see the Spanish Ballet Flamenco of George Bizet's Carmen. It is fantastic fun evening were the dancers and music is fantastic. Great Show that is fun and entertaining as well as a great contemporary rendition of Carmen.

Thank Chrissykath
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