Venue Details

175 Star Starred
Irvine Barclay Theatre
4242 Campus Drive Irvine, CA 92612
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The whole thing is only an hour so park across the street and not in the parking structure, where you have to pay $10..
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The weather was cool. I wore jeans and a nice top. It was very warm inside the theater, almost too hot in the balcony section..
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Reviews & Ratings

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4.6 average rating
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19 events
12 reviews
6 stars
attended Aug 08 2008

Excellent. Enjoyed the various flamenco performance dance styles. Well balance show and the singers and guitarist were excellent!

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12 reviews
13 stars
attended Aug 12 2008

I enjoyed it. Great night for flamenco.

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5 reviews
5 stars
attended Aug 10 2008

The dancers were incredible, the passion of the music and dance was in full force.

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Quotes & Highlights

**Learn more about Somos Flamencos, and see a video clip, at the Barclay’s website.


The New World Flamenco Festival has ordered up a big new show that will be rehearsed in Spain and presented in its world premiere. _Somos Flamencos _celebrates flamenco’s most treasured traditions of improvisation and spontaneity among its dancers, singers and guitarists. Yaelisa, the Festival’s artistic director, is guest-directing this extraordinary ensemble of Spain’s top dancers, musicians and singers.

In response to some of its other original shows – Jerez, Puro; _Sin Fronteras _starring Savion Glover; and _Y Una Batita de Cola _- the Festival has been asked to represent this show on a national tour during the 2009-2010 season. The run has been extended to five nights of vibrant dance, majestic cante, and soulful guitar.


Maria José Franco, Juan Ogalla, Andrés Peña, Yaelisa, David Paniagua


Encarna Anillo, David Lagos, Manuel de la Malena, Miguel Gonzalez “El Picuo”


Eugenio Iglẽsias, Miguel Perez, Ricardo Rivera