World class dinner shows for the best night out on Mallorca or get married in a stunning location
In little more than half a century, Son Amar has gone from being a humble Diner/Grill to an incredible theatre with capacity for 2,000 people with one of the most impressive light and sound systems which can be found today.
Son Amar is constantly improving and evolving. In recent years, with the Whittaker family as owners, the changes have been spectacular, making each season more colorful, more visual effects and designed to include the latest light and sound. This gives Son Amar the edge others will struggle to imitate.
Son Amar has been working hard over the last year to build a bigger and even more exciting vision for the future of entertainment in Mallorca.
Their new show is ‘EXHIBIT’, the enticing new show exhibiting some of Europe’s finest artists including acrobats from the world famous Cirque Du Soleil in a new take on a timeless classic. A taste for all the senses with daring feats together with spellbinding choreography set to a modern soundtrack curated by one of the World’s tops DJ’s. EXHIBIT re-invents the variety show.
Arriving at the House of Son Amar, the historic landmark, rich with Mallorcan culture, guests are already given the sense of pure class and culture. Settle and enjoy a cocktail or welcome drink in our 16th century courtyard, once the heart-beat of Son Amar and historically the hub of entertaining here on the Island.
Pre-show guests are welcomed into the Hall of Fountains where they can enjoy a spectacular fountain show reminiscent of the famous Las Vegas Bellagio, before the doors open to the Grand Theatre. Entertainment starts from the moment you are escorted to your seat and interaction begins with some of the evening’s flamboyant characters.
Seating options and packages are available for all tastes and budgets, from Category III and our intimate theatre-style seating up to the exclusive Supper Club experience by Moët & Chandon
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