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Flamenco in Seville - September

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Hi - I am going to be in Seville with my wife on September 21st, 22nd, 23rd - and we are planning to go to a Flamenco show here rather than in Barcelona. However, we are a bit lost on where to go to see the best show. We would like to find one that does not have dinner and is not so touristy but authentic and would be a great time. Can anyone help? Also - how long do the shows usually last (trying to plan the day/night).

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