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Casa de la Memoria
Seville

Casa de la Memoria

4.6 (2752 reviews)
4.6 (2752 reviews)
from 22.00 €
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Address
Calle Cuna, 6, 41004 Seville (Seville) - Spain | View map
Performances
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18:00
18:00 | 19:30 | 21:00
18:00 | 19:30
21:00
60 min
Size
80 people
4 performers
4 performers
Venue: accessible | Bathrooms: accessible
Venue: accessible | Bathrooms: accessible

About the Show

Casa de la Memoria is a Flamenco Cultural Center situated in the city of Seville. The location is within the former carriage house of one of Seville's most well known monuments: the Palacio de Lebrija. The flamenco show "Tarde de Flamenco" takes place in a unique, intimate theatre with views of the typical central patio of the 16th century palatial home.

The show "Tarde de Flamenco" in Casa de la Memoria lasts approximately one hour and includes four artists: two dancers, a singer and guitarist. Many artists of the highest level perform at Casa de la Memoria: Pastora Galván (National Flamenco Dance Award), Asunción Pérez "Choni" (Giraldillo Bienal 2008), Adela and Rafael Campallo, "La Moneta", "El Choro" "(Revelación Festival de Jerez 2016 Award) or Manuela Ríos. Singers such as Jeromo Segura, winner of the "Lámpara Minera" 2013 at the prestigious "Festival de las Minas", Jesús Corbacho, Vicente Gelo and Ana Real. Guitarists include Pedro Sánchez, Raúl Cantizano, Manuel de la Luz and Tino van der Sman. Together they form one of the most important artistic casts of current flamenco.

As the Flamenco Cultural Center the Casa de la Memoria also organizes other activities, including flamenco exhibitions, which are part of the museum in the same building. As well in the store within Casa de la Memoria visitors can find gifts and objects related to the world of flamenco.

All anti-COVID security measures are in place and the venue has an air purifying machine with triple HEPA filter and hydrogen peroxide disinfection, which eliminates 99.9% of viruses and bacteria.

Reviews

What an unbelievable experience! I’ve never seen flamenco in such authentic way! So many emotions and goosebumps during the show! I would definitely recommend to visit exactly the show because it’s not it to rustic trap but the real flamenco of Spain! Very beautiful and memorable. Moreover, it’s not only the show, but also a museum where you can see a beautiful and interesting exhibition. Find more info about Seville: elysianmoment (dot) com
TRUE PLEASANTNESS. Do not miss the opportunity to watch a flamingo show. The stage here is not big but dancers' passion spread out every corner. The dance, the song and the vibe is so expressive, bold, bright and sexy. Make sure you buy the ticket online before it is sold out and get there a bit early so you have a good seat. Amazing experience!
An unforgettable experience! Possibly the best in Seville! It is mandatory to go and visit this show. The staff was very kind and the performers were very good!
Unforgettable, one of the peaks of our trip. Amazing shows! Why shows and not show because the program is different every day and therefore we came there 2 days in a row. Both where overwhelming, truly! Be aware, though, that you can't take pictures during the show. It is allowed only at the end of it and for only a few minutes (4 on the first one and 2 on the 2nd one). I believe it's too bad as the memories of our trips are actually these photos, and the show was so good... that it is a pity, a real FOMO which actually happened. An important tip: We wanted to be seated front row and we were told to arrive half an hour before the beginning of the show to choose our seats as none are reserved and they open the theatre 20 minutes before the show. We were there on the 1st day 40 minutes before 6pm, the hall was opened and the front row was already full. So when we came back, we were a full hour early and 45 minutes before the line was already significant ;-)
Be aware, though, that you can't take pictures during the show. It is allowed only at the end of it. I believe it's too bad as the memories of our trips are actually these photos and the show is so good... that it is a pity. An important tip: we wanted to be seated front row and we were told to arrive half an hour before the beginning of the show to choose our seats as none are reserved and they open the theatre 20 minutes before the show. We were there today 35 minutes before, and the front row was already full. So better to be there 45 minutes before ;-)
Wow, all I can say is if you’re looking for an authentic cultural Spanish experience then please do yourself a favour and see a flamenco show. This is a small venue offering two very intimate shows a night. What a deeply emotional, moving and entertaining show this was. I had goosebumps, just fantastic - blew me away! I had no idea what to expect but I can confirm that flamenco is a language, an artistic expression, and could move anyone’s soul. We had one guitarist, two singers, and two dancers. Each artist brought their talent, heart and passion. Highly recommend purchasing your tickets ahead of time and arriving early (~20mins) to get a good seat. They don’t allow photos or videos to be taken during the show which I respect and appreciated, but they do allow photos at the end.
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The tickets will not be sent by post. The confirmation email will serve as your tickets and the reservation will be held under your name at the venue. You can either print the confirmation email or present a copy of the email on a Smartphone or tablet. If you are not able to print or present a copy of the email on a Smartphone or tablet, please send us an email directly after finalizing the purchase and we will arrange entry presenting photo identification (Passport, driver's license or other national identity card).

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