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Kimhe, if you wouldn't mind answering another flamenco question

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Hello. If all goes to plan I'll be in Sevilla next month. I've already purchased tickets for Andrés Marín at Torre de Don Fadrique. It's open seating. How early we should get there or does it matter for this particular venue? (Because it would be nice to have dinner beforehand as the performance is at 10 p.m.) Are seats at the back okay? Also, how long are performances, typically?

I'm also interested in your opinion of the performance that will take place the following evening in the Real Alcázar. I think it would be a magical setting for a flamenco performance. I've also watched You Tubes of the performers and loved Argentina's voice. But I think attending 10 p.m. performances two nights in a row might be too much for my husband. With three performers, do you think this would be a long performance? Do you think I need to buy tickets for this in advance? There are presently 635 seats available.
JOSÉ MENESE & ARGENTINA & MILAGROS MENJÍBAR at Real Alcázar:
http://www.labienal.com/en/patio-de-los-cabales/

Many thanks

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