Rhythm of the Dance, a Celebration of Irish Culture
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The last date listed for Rhythm of the Dance was Friday March 30, 2012 / 7:30pm.
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The gorgeous Café Sevilla invites you to enjoy an evening of Spanish and Gypsy flamenco dance, a Spanish three-course meal and an atmosphere of European elegance and Mediterranean spirit. Café Sevilla is home to the longest running flamenco dinner show in Southern California, a dynamic and thoroughly entertaining performance that includes dancers, singers, percussionists and guitarists. Marvel at the passion, beauty and athleticism of this traditional art form as you enjoy a three-course meal featuring goat cheese salad, seafood paella and Café Sevilla's award-winning chocolate espresso crème brûlée. Please see the full event description for the dinner show menu. Learn More
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Lots of action: great music and entertainment. Nice variety of dancing and with some songs/music (no dance). I think this show is for all ages.
Running time is approximately two hours, with one intermission.
Children ages 6 and older are welcome to attend. For your comfort and out of consideration for others, please use discretion when bringing very young children to any live theater performance.
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