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The town of Benidorm is renowned for its buzzing live entertainment. Here's why a visit to the Benidorm Palace is a must.

Benidorm Palace

Anyone enjoying discount holidays to Benidorm is sure to want to sample the town's famous nightlife. There are plenty of pubs, bars and clubs offering all sorts of live entertainment, from music and dancing to magic and stand-up comedy. But one of the most popular attractions is the incredible Benidorm Palace.

Dazzling displays

This iconic venue first opened its doors in 1977, providing guests with colourful cabaret entertainment in opulent theatrical surroundings. The performances quickly became the talk of the town and the Benidorm Palace soon became the place to be. The venue has attracted some of the biggest names in music and dance, with even Rudolph Nureyev gracing the stage here. With seating for over 1660 people the theatre is impressive enough but this is nothing compared to the incredible shows the venue stages. Encapsulating all the glamour and glitz of a Las Vegas cabaret, the performances are a dazzling feast for the senses. Elaborately choreographed routines, incredible costumes and an array of light and sound effects make each performance truly memorable. Previous shows have centred on various themes such as Picasso and Hurray for Hollywood but each season sees the Palace create something new. Even if you think cabaret may not be your thing you can’t help but be impressed by the spectacular performances here.

Dinner and a show

The Palace shows are amazing enough in themselves but if you really want to make a special night of it then you can also book a ticket for dinner beforehand. Doors to the Palace open at 8.30 and dinner is served at 9.00. The shows commence at 10pm. These combined tickets are great value, costing from 49 Euros for both the meal and the show. Tickets for the show only are priced at 29 Euros, with children under 10 admitted for free. A night out here makes the perfect ending to a family holiday or a lively evening’s entertainment for those on a break with friends. The Benidorm Palace is open on Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays, with additional Wednesday opening during the summer tourist season. Young children might find it a bit of a long night as the main shows start fairly late but a trip to the Benidorm Palace is sure to be a hit with all the family.

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