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Flamenco Resonances

Flamenco Resonances

2 Shows

DINING SHOW: performance 7-8:45pm (with interval)
Fully Seated
(ticket acts as table reservation)
Doors at 6pmwe will require your table by 9:30pm
View Full Dining menu
View Seating Plan

performance 10-11pm
Seated (ticket acts as table reservation) – some STANDING tickets available
Doors at 9:30pm
View Later Show menu


Flamenco Resonances

Flamenco Resonances pays homage to the vibrant roots of flamenco, embarking on a captivating journey through diverse songs and rhythms. This performance breathes new life into timeless traditions while celebrating the remarkable women of flamenco.

Natalia García-Huidobro
Chilean choreographer and dancer based in Spain, Natalia brings a rich background of training from Mexico, Spain, and the UK. Through her innovative creations, Natalia has forged a distinctive approach to contemporary flamenco, blending tradition with groundbreaking structures and collaborating with artists from diverse disciplines. As the artistic director of La Típica since 2000, she has infused the company with fresh expressions of flamenco in works such as El Arrebato, Our Prayer, La Extranjera, Memorias del Viento, Acuérdate de mí…Lola, Silencio, and A ras de Tierra. Natalia’s talents extend to performance, where she has collaborated with renowned visual artists and musicians, including her notable work with director Lemi Ponifasio on “Love to Death”, which has gained acclaim at festivals worldwide.

Adrian Sola
Adrian Sola, a specialist in Flamenco guitar, has been perfecting his craft to curate a repertoire of essential masterpieces from the Flamenco guitar tradition. Born in Barcelona, Adrian’s musical journey began at an early age, displaying a keen interest in diverse musical genres. At the age of 12, he borrowed his father’s guitar, initially as a hobby, which soon evolved into a passionate pursuit. As a teenager, he enrolled at The Modern Music School of Badalona, where he embarked on a comprehensive exploration of musical language, harmony, jazz flute, and Flamenco guitar, ultimately shaping his path as an accomplished and sought-after accompanist for Flamenco dance and singing traditions.

Monica García
Monica Garcia, originally from Frailes (Jaen) and now based in London, discovered her passion for singing at a young age, inspired by her grandfather Luis. Self-taught in music, Monica has flourished into a seasoned performer collaborating with highly acclaimed musicians, dancers, and singers. She has performed at renowned venues including Jazz Café in London and Playhouse in Salisbury, where she continues to captivate audiences with her soulful voice and captivating performances.


17 May 2024

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7-8:45pm – Dining Show (Doors at 6pm)

      • All seats are at a table or bar where you can order food and drink with table service.
      • Main seating area – You can request to be seated in ‘Billie’ (front of stage), ‘Dizzy’ (raked theatre), ‘Mingus’ (near piano) or ‘Duke’ (side wall) and we will do our best to allocate you to your preferred seats.
      • Window seating areas – you can request to be seated in ‘Ella’ (larger window area) or ‘Satchmo’ (smaller window area). Please note, a few of these seats have a slightly restricted view.
      • Though we can guarantee that you will have a table for the Dining Show, we cannot guarantee exactly where, as we do our best to fulfil all customers requirements.
      • If you are hoping to combine bookings with somebody else or join an existing booking then please let us know in advance as we cannot guarantee that changes to our table plan will be possible on the night.
      • You can view a seating plan here
      • Please see our ‘Full Dining’ menu

10-11pm – Later Show (Doors at 9:30pm)

      • Seated
      • General Admission (Standing)
      • Those dining with us should arrive as soon after 9:30pm as possible.
      • Please see our ‘Later Show’ menu


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