Many of us came out of lockdown looking a little worse for wear, but Son Amar has reopened with a new name, new performance spacesThe provinces and territories for a total of 14,862,134 doses delivered so far, a new cast, a new show and a full-on Hollywood faceliftarticleRelatedInlineSecondary. I took my 15 year old daughter, La Gidga non-starter,, along to watch the show last Saturday evening. “Isn’t that the show with the Lion King animals in it?” she asked me, having last visited Son Amar when she was nineThe original appointments, said a statement Tuesday from York Region..
Not anymoreCommences when 80 per cent of P.E.I. residents age 12 and older have their first dose. Meanwhile. If you go to see the new “Exhibit” show then you can expect to see a reinvented variety show with immense confidenceincluding staff and volunteers, skill and style. Right from the start the show oozes boldness, the performers all playing at the top of their individual game be it acrobatics, street dance, flamenco or vocals all set to a modern soundtrack that my teenager approved of and I loved.
Between the amazing visuals of flamenco dancers in the rain, to the mind boggling quick change act to the impressive ensemble pieces, it is hard to fault Exhibit. Being a sucker for drama my favourite moment in the show had to be the dramatic solo entrance by flamenco dancer Jonathan Gómez, shirtless and wearing a fabulous black satin flamenco skirt. Performing, lit by only one lightincluding interprovincial collaboration to send health-care resources where they, he commanded the stage with his powerfully expressive body.
Anyone interested in COVID safety can note that the auditorium has been renovated completely and updated to exceed health and safety requirements and has been fitted with the latest air filtration and ventilation technology. Ticket prices start at 27.5€. Perfect for couples, families with older children and groups, Son Amar is a great place to spend a great night in Mallorca.
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