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La Casa de la Portera - CLOSED

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La Casa de la Portera - CLOSED

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Calle Abades 24, 28012 Madrid Spain
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La LatinaMadrid Metro4 min
Tirso de MolinaMadrid Metro4 min
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IKONO is a unique space in Spain, a sensory experience where we want you to enjoy photography through the different spaces. In each of our rooms you will experience a different sensory journey where you will live ‘Ikonic’ experiences.<br><br>The experience lasts approximately 60 minutes and is a collection of different worlds where you will come into contact with unique smells, colors and touches. The digital and the original merge in a unique place for your photos.<br><br>At IKONO all ages can enjoy, the only requirement is that you make each space yours, transforming it into a unique place in the world. Being Ikonic is up to you. You dare?<br><br>
US$20.47 per adult
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Oyamasensei wrote a review Mar 2013
Madrid, Spain31 contributions19 helpful votes
This is a microtheatre show, that you shouldn't miss. Crisis created it, and you can take the profit. Within a space of around 20 square meters, you can watch a Strindberg piece( "The Pelican" version) performed by great actors and actresses, that with the crisis were left without jobs. It is as I said, a small theatre(actually a flat¡), but there is nothing small about the performance, you'll share the play with another 25 people(that's the total of seats), the very size of the place makes your emotions more intense, and you feel as if you witnessed a family row¡ in their own parlour, and this for a mere 15€ a seat. Recently "The Guardian" published a feature about this place. Only problem for foreigners, is you should be fluent in Spanish. There is a different play everyday, and you have an ample choice of pieces. Not easy getting tickets, because of huge demand, and limited seats.
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Date of experience: March 2013
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