Sala Mirador Reviews
Obra emotiva. Monólogo impecable. Una excelente actriz a tener muy en cuenta. Reivindica una escritora muy poco conocida que vivió a la sombra de su pareja. more »Emotional work. Impeccable monologue. An excellent actress to keep in mind. She claims a little-known writer who lived in the shadow of her partner.
A mi hija de seis años le encantó el show (y a los papás también!). Los actores tienen mucha chispa y saben como involucrar a los niños en la obra. La música es muy alegre. Es una obra para relajarse ... more »My six year old daughter loved the show (and dads also!). The actors have much spark and know how to involve children in the work. The music is very cheerful. It is a work to relax and have a good time
A small independent theatre in the heart of Madrid, very nice staff, comfortable seating and high class stage entertainment. Saw a guest play of Argentinian actors which was performed in a brillant manner. Highly recommendable.
Hidden deep within Lavapiés, and almost always closed, this stunning cobbled patio took some serious discovering. Walking along C/Doctor Fourquet after visiting Esta es una Plaza, there was a girl craply dressed as a pirate making quite a scene who naturally caught our attention. She was promoting a show running that night, and so she lured us in with curiosity through a dark alley, then into an attractive Madrid Corrala, and then finally through another door into a beautiful secluded cobbled patio with Mediterranean foliage and a white bungalow. Whenever there’s a performance at Sala Mirador, the theatre bar opens and you can go and enjoy a drink on the patio terrace. When it’s open, it’s open till the show ends which is around midnight/1 a.m. and then it’s kick-out time along with the audience. It’s a very informal affair, wonderfully no-frills and at the same time a stunning place to spend an evening. We never made it to the show, but we returned that evening to the patio for drinks on the terrace. During the interval, we caught a perspective-changing glimpse of the cast – a spectacle of young things in costumes that were a caricature of their original selves. It was madness and a sight worth seeing, but fortunately it only lasted 15 minutes and then we continued soaking up the rare peacefulness of the best terrace in Madrid.
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