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Grants from the Basque government for the promotion of dance 2015
Basque Country, from 07/13/2015 to 08/13/2015

Wednesday, July 22, 2015

Grants from the Basque government for the promotion of dance 2015

The Department of Culture of the Basque Government has announced the 2015 subsidies for the promotion of dance in 2015. The grants are for: Choreographic creation, Consolidation of dance companies, Production of works and Permanent training and support for dance professionals.

They can be requested by residents of the Basque Country.

Applications can be made online (by electronic signature) or in person, until August 13.


From July 24 to 26, 2015
The Mérida Festival in Medellín
Roman Theater of Medellín

Thursday, July 16, 2015

The Mérida Festival in Medellín

The International Festival of Classical Theater of Mérida brings to Medellín its vocation to universalize the Festival and its Greco-Latin theater. The recovered Roman Theater of Medellín hosts this summer for the second time an extension of the Mérida Festival that returns the monument to its function as a theatrical stage.

The spectators of this second edition will be able to enjoy three great shows that arrive in Medellín preceded by a resounding success with the public and critics: 'Coriolano', by the Extremaduran company Arán Dramática; 'El Eunuco', a co-production by Mixtolobo, Labasca 64 and Ciclán, and 'Edipo Rey', also by the Extremadura group Teatro del Noctámbulo. The theatrical productions will be joined by the parade 'Nueve musas', by the Extremaduran company Karlik Danza-Teatro, which will set the scene during the days of the Festival.

July 24, 2015, 10:30 p.m.
Coriolano by William Shakespeare

Coriolanus by William Shakespeare


In the ancient Republic of Rome, following a famine, the people, or commoners, rebel against the patricians, the ruling class. In response to their protests and after a meeting of the people with the aristocrat Menenio, the patricians grant the people two representatives (tribunes) in public affairs, a decision that provokes the ire of the proud patrician military officer Gaius Marcio who feels nothing but contempt for the lower classes. At that moment, war broke out with a neighboring Italian tribe, the Volsci, led by Gaius Marcio's great rival, Tulio Aufidio. The Volscians are defeated and Rome takes the Italian city of Corioles thanks to the heroism of Marcio. In recognition of his great feats, at the urging of his mother Volumnia's recommendations, Cayo Marcio is given the name Coriolano.

Upon his return to Rome, Coriolano is welcomed by a hero, and the Senate prepares to appoint him consul. In order to obtain this position, according to custom, Coriolano has to go out to ask for the votes of the commoners, a task to which he reluctantly undertakes. At first, the common people are willing to give him their votes, but later they reverse their decision at the insistence of the tribunes, Brutus and Sicinio who consider Coriolano an enemy of the people. Coriolano is unable to control his wounded pride and in a fit of fury he questions the very sovereignty of the people. Brutus and Sicinio declare him a traitor to the Roman State and Coriolano is condemned to exile.


Elías González, María Luisa Borruel, Quino Díez, Francis Lucas, Pedro Montero, Elena Sánchez, Pablo Bigeriego, Francisco Blanco, Cándido Gómez, Fernando Nieto, Beli Cienfuegos, Jon Bermúdez, Javier Rosado, Juan Duarte, Charo Luengo

Artistic and technical team

  • Version: Fermín Cabal
  • Scenic space: Claudio Martin
  • Lighting design: Kiko Planas
  • Costume Design: Cecilia Molano
  • Music composition: Mariano P. Lozano
  • Makeup and characterization: Pepa Casado
  • Sound design: Koke Rodríguez
  • Citizen Choir Director: Antonio Gil Martínez
  • Stage Fight Direction: Jon Bermúdez
  • Technical direction: Javier Mata
  • Scenography realization: El Molino Scenographies
  • Costume creation: Luisi Penco and Eulalia Moreno
  • Assistant director: Jorge Moraga
  • Production assistant: Mercedes Barrientos
  • Executive production: Manuela Vázquez
  • Direction: Eugenio Amaya

A co-production of the International Festival of Classical Theater of Mérida and Aran Dramática

July 25, 2015, 10:30 p.m.
El Eunuco of Terencio

El Eunuco by Terencio


Imagine yourself in Athens. A fiery young man with raging hormones. He falls in love with a slave. The slave belongs to a courtesan. The courtesan has a lover. The lover is the elder brother of the fiery young man, who wants to give him a gift. To the courtesan. So she buys her a eunuch. But she hasn't given it yet. The young man finds out. About the gift, about the eunuch. And, like accessing the courtesan's house to be able to make the slave fall in love, it is not an easy task, she decides to impersonate, replace him. To the eunuch.

¿Can you imagine it? Imagine it.

And, to all that, now add a servant who does not want, and a servant who does not find out, and a soldier in love with a general, and a general who does not know, who doubts, if meat if fish, and a cylinder Well, no, not a cylinder. A poor man, that's what it's called, Cilindro–, and corridors, add many corridors.

Do you have it? ... Well! ... Well, if at this point, you still don't have a mess in your head, here's the riddle: All this, together ... what is it? ...

Well, we give you a hint ... Drama, it's not.

Solution: THE EUNUCO, by Terence. This time in a fun, fast-paced and happily free version by Jordi Sánchez and Pep Anton Gómez. Nine characters maddened by love, money, passion, pride, jealousy and mistakes (so many mistakes!). Nine characters, yes. And so many other stories that intertwine in a montage that passes without embarrassment through the classical Greco-Latin theater and the musical, the situation comedy and the vaudeville. Nine characters, as many stories and a devilish rhythm in what it pretends to be and will be a whole party from start to finish.


(In order of intervention) Anabel Alonso, Marta Fernández Muro, Jorge Calvo, Antonio Pagudo, Pepón Nieto, Jordi Vidal, María Ordóñez, Alejo Sauras, Eduardo Mayo

Artistic and technical team

  • Free version by Jordi Sánchez and Pep Anton Gómez
  • Direction: Pep Anton Gómez
  • Choreography: Chevy Muraday
  • Music producer: Factoría Madre Constriktor
  • Composition: Asier Etxeandia and Tao Gutiérrez
  • Musical director: Tao Gutiérrez
  • Lighting: Miguel Angel Camacho
  • Scenography: Eduardo Moreno
  • Costumes: Sandra Espinosa
  • Technical manager: David Pérez Arnedo
  • Production manager: Raúl Fraile
  • Ay you. of production: Isabel Sáiz

A co-production of the International Festival of Classical Theater of Mérida, Mixtolobo, Labasca 64 and Ciclán

July 26, 2015, 10:30 p.m.
Edipo Rey by Sófocles

Edipo Rey by Sófocles


Oedipus reigns in Thebes, counting on the veneration of the people and the love of Jocasta, the widow of Laius, the dead king, now his wife. The city is ravaged by many evils and its inhabitants turn to Oedipus to intercede for them. From Delphi, from the altar of Apollo comes the news, brought by Creon, pointing out who killed Laius as the cause of all evil. Only his punishment will save Thebes.

Oedipus agrees to the people to punish the guilty. Tiresias, the blind fortune teller, warns Oedipus and begs him to measure his words because his destiny is marked by Apollo. After the death of the king of Corinth, Polibo, whom Oedipus considers his father, a terrible truth will reach the throne of Thebes: Oedipus is the cause of the death of Laius and Jocasta, the widow and wife of Oedipus, is really his own mother. Faced with this horror, Jocasta takes his own life and Oedipus before the corpse of his mother and wife, gouges out his desperate eyes and demands the punishment that he himself promised for the culprit and thus save Thebes.


José Vicente Moirón, Memé Tabares, Gabriel Moreno, Javier Magariño, Juan Carlos Castillejo, Camilo Maqueda, Jesús Manchón, Francisco Quirós

Artistic and technical team

  • Version: Miguel Murillo
  • Dramaturgy: Denis Rafter and Miguel Murillo
  • Musical composition: José-Tomás Sousa
  • Lighting: Alberto Álvarez Cruz
  • Costumes: Rafael Garifos
  • Scenography: Juan Sebastián Domínguez
  • Characterization and makeup: Pepa Casado
  • Masks: Pepa Casado
  • Musical interpretation: Acetre
  • Acetre Voices: Ana Jiménez, Ana Márquez, Laura Ferrera
  • Costume creation: Luisi Penco and Laly Moreno
  • Realization of scenery: Decorated Trasto
  • Lighting Technician: Márcia Conceição
  • Sound technician: Alexandre Damião
  • Engineer: Alexandre Damião
  • Photography: Vicente Sánchez Román, Jero Morales
  • Poster photography: Félix Méndez
  • Graphic design: Diego Pérez
  • Makeup assistants: Pilar Brinquete, Nina Moirón
  • Production assistants: Jesús Vicho, Rosa H. Leralta
  • Assistant. Director: Cristina D. Silveira
  • Executive production: Isabel Montesinos
  • Direction: Denis Rafter

A co-production of the International Festival of Classical Theater of Mérida and Teatro del Noctámbulo


Submission of applications from 04/06/2015 to 09/30/2015

Wednesday, July 15, 2015


The Ibero-American Fund for Iberescena Aid executes a program to promote, exchange and integrate the activity of the Ibero-American performing arts, with the aim of promoting in the Member States and through financial aid, the creation of a space for the integration of the Arts Scenic.

  • Grants for the co-production of Ibero-American shows
  • Grants for networks, festivals and scenic spaces
  • Aid for Ibero-American scenic creation in residence

For more information, you can consult the complete bases at:


Grants from the Etxepare Basque Institute for dance tours abroad
San Sebastián, Guipúzcoa, from 04/22/2015 to 09/04/2015

Tuesday, July 14, 2015

The Exepare Institute's call to subsidize dance tours during 2015 is open. This call opens in three disciplines; in addition to dance, music and the plastic and visual arts. To qualify for aid, you have to perform at least three actions, in as many places. In total, 29,000 euros will be allocated for dance tours, and the deadline to present the projects ends on September 4.

For the purposes of this call, dance tours will be considered: Perform 3 performances a year in as many places. As an exception, participation in a professional dance fair will be considered a tour.

Grants from the Etxepare Basque Institute for dance tours abroad

Deadlines for submission of applications

Applications may be submitted in a single period: From April 22 to September 4, both included.

In the aforementioned periods, the following may be presented: the activities to be carried out from January 1 to December 31, 2015.

Eligible expenses

Those corresponding to participation in the festival or activity: travel, assembly costs at the venue of the show, transportation of material or scenography, allowances and accommodation. Payroll and artist caches will not be accepted. Amortizable expenses will not be accepted.

Grant maximum

Applicants may submit as many applications as they want, but the sum of all the grants received will not exceed twelve thousand five hundred euros in any case.

    Depending on the distance, the maximum amount for each dance tour will be as follows:
  • Destinations up to 5,000 km: 6,500 euros
  • Destinations over 5,000 km: 12,500 euros

Application evaluation

The subsidies to be awarded through this call will be awarded by means of a competition. For the award by means of competition, the submitted applications will be compared, to later establish priorities according to the selection and evaluation criteria established in article 10. The subsidies will be awarded starting with the applications that have obtained the highest evaluation, until the available financial resources are exhausted.

Financial award for tour aid: 29.000 euros

Complete information and registration form

  • Etxepare Basque Institute
  • Prim 7
  • 20006 Donostia
  • Tel 943023400



Thursday, July 2, 2015

Today, Thursday July 2 and until July 26, the thirty-eighth edition of the Almagro International Classical Theater FESTIVAL begins

Almagro Festival Program 2015

This festival, held in a historic city of La Mancha and which has become an unmissable event for all theater lovers, celebrates its 38th edition. With an increase in the budget, almost 100 shows and more than 50 companies from 10 different countries, this edition promises to be the most comical by making a strong commitment to this genre.

The program can be consulted through the official page at the following link: Festival program


Monday, June 15, 2015

FEX 2015 begins, until next July 18, more than 1,500 artists will participate in 85 cultural events


In its programming, in its contents and in the way of exposing them to the public, the Granada International Music and Dance Festival is a living instrument of cultural, educational, tourist and socio-economic action, whose common denominator is EMOTION.

Excitement when sharing artistic proposals of exceptional quality, emotion when enjoying the most beautiful and unique spaces of Granada and the province, emotion when discovering that the Granada destination offers a unique experience of cultural tourism, which is appreciated every year by people from many corners of the world. Spain and abroad, excitement and satisfaction when noting that the Granada Festival becomes for a few weeks a true engine of the city's economy, thanks to the thousands of artists, orchestras, companies and visitors who attend this Festival on time. the senses.

FEX 2015 exceeds the 1,500 artist mark

Today, June 15, the FEX begins, the extension of the International Festival of Music and Dance of Granada through the streets, squares and emblematic spaces of the city and the province. This year 85 cultural events are proposed, 72 in Granada capital and 13 in other municipalities. The artistic representation is nourished, more than 1550 artists; There will be solidarity concerts, soloists and ensembles with repertoires from ancient to current music, performing arts and disability shows, flamenco, dance, orchestra, choirs, diverse and participatory shows for children and adults that will be mixed in an agenda that ends on 18 July, spanning 34 days of programming. The new program provides easy and open access to culture for all types of audiences.

We will have the participation of prestigious young soloists and groups from Romania, Portugal, China, the United States, England, Colombia, Russia ...; with the premiere in the framework of Jóvenes-en-Danza of choreographies by Miguel Ángel Berna and Jorge Crecis, performed by the students of the Reina Sofía Professional Dance Conservatory; street actions with musicians and itinerant dancers, fanfare, bands and chamber groups from FEGRABAND, FEGRAP, from the Victoria Eugenia Conservatory of Music in Granada. The elderly will be present in a contemporary dance workshop where art breaks any boundaries of participation. Eleven choral groups from Granada will pay a well-deserved tribute to the recently deceased Maestro Juan Alfonso García.

Granada International Music and Dance Festival

One more year, the Entrelibros Association, in its spirit of provoking emotions and knowledge through literature, in collaboration with the Reina Sofía Professional Dance Conservatory, presents BailaMe a story, by the group Jóvenes-en-Danza, at the Virgen de la Nieves Maternal and Child Hospital, and Caminos will premiere at the Granada Penitentiary Center.

The beginning of the festival is marked with a last minute change in the narrator of Egmont, of Beethoven and Goethe, in the Palace of Carlos V (June 19). The American actor John Malkovich has canceled his participation in the International Dance Music Festival due, according to an official statement, to complications arising from the filming of his new film in the Gulf of Texas, which have altered his schedule. After the appropriate negotiations, the Granada Festival confirms that the protagonist of 'Dangerous friendships' will be replaced on this occasion by the British Charles Dance, recognized worldwide in recent years for the role played as Tywin Lannister, the implacable patriarch of the very famous saga 'Game of Thrones'.

This extraordinary environment also includes a determined vocation for education and training. The Manuel de Falla International Courses continue to be, forty-one years after their creation, a special place to complete high-level training. Hundreds of young people each year choose the Courses because they serve diverse disciplines in the field of creation, research, musical interpretation, scenic photography, dance or art and disability workshops. All Manuel de Falla Courses include academic training, practice and exhibition of activities. Workshops, teachers and students concerts, stage shows, exhibitions, publications, etc. they share the day to day of the Festival.

As an example of collaboration and social co-responsibility with the Festival, multiple institutions, entities, agencies, sponsors and collaborators, local, national and international, participate each year in the Festival activities and many of them program excellent exhibitions and various activities coinciding with the Festival celebration.

See full program


Open the call to participate in the 20th Mostra de Teatre de Barcelona

Tuesday, June 9, 2015

Until July 12, companies can send applications to participate in the 20th edition of the Mostra de teatre de Barcelona, ​​which will take place from October to November 2015.

The Mostra de Teatre de Barcelona has opened the call to participate in its 20th edition. Until July 12, the theater companies that have shows that, according to the organization's bases, "combine professionalism, creativity and quality", can send requests. The shows will have to be "easy to assemble and disassemble, and not programmed commercially in Barcelona".

The theater will provide the light and sound material it has available. The staging, props and specific technical material necessary for the performance will be borne by the participants. On the day of the premiere, the room will be made available to the group to rehearse and set up from morning until the time of the performance. All companies must have a sound and light technician.

20th Barcelona Theater Festival

To be eligible to be selected for this year's Show, the following items should be sent to the organization's email (

  • Registration form (found on the Web)
  • Show dossier
  • Artistic file
  • Technical requirements
  • Curriculum of the actors, director and trajectory of the company
  • Extended synopsis of the show and summary of the synopsis in a maximum of 8 lines
  • Copy of the show text
  • Four photos (in JPEG format)
  • Link to the video of the show on Youtube or Vimeo

At the end of July the dates of the chosen works will be announced. The groups not selected will be informed by email. The videos received on DVD of the proposals not selected may be collected until September 30, 2015; after this period, they will be eliminated.


Three awards will be awarded at this Show: Best Show, Best Actress and Best Actor. The Jury's verdict will be made public during the Closing Party, in which the corresponding awards will be presented.

The assembly recognized as Best Show will be awarded with its commercial programming in Barcelona at the Teatro del Raval, provided that it meets the necessary requirements for its exhibition, according to the Artípolis direction.

The awarded shows will be part of the artistic offer of the Circuit of Professional Shows of the Artistic Diffusion Office of the Diputación de Barcelona.


To do theater, to the streets!

Tuesday, june 2, 2015

Valladolid celebrates the TAC festival with 170 shows in which the spectator is the protagonist

The theater takes the streets of Valladolid

Valladolid celebrates the TAC festival with 170 shows in which the spectator is the protagonist

In the heart of Valladolid's Campo Grande park, amidst the gluttony of peacocks, 22 walkers emerged dressed in white coats carrying tall metal chairs and inviting the dozens of people around them to follow them to the spacious Boulevard de Recoletos. There, for an hour, the 18 actors and four musicians from the French theater company Oposito perform Kori Kori, a show in which the performers become a choir that sings in an invented language, dance tangos and waltzes and move up and below, dragging the audience with them, who now sit, now stand up, follow them, clap their hands or clap their hands.

It is the theater with free admission, without stalls or stage, in which the actors endure the sun or the wind and at the end of the play they pass their hats or sell CDs and DVDs to take some coins. From last Wednesday to Sunday, May 31, whoever visited Valladolid would find this kind of performances, those of the XVI International Festival of Theater and Street Arts (TAC): plays, circus, dance, music, mime, audiovisual shows. .. The artistic director of this event since its first edition, held in 2000, Javier Martínez, explains that the origin of the TAC was, at the end of the last century, in the carnivals, when "a meeting of street arts was held." Later, the PP arrived at City Hall and "decided that it would become a festival." The Valladolid City Council "is today 95% of this appointment, which has a budget that exceeds 600,000 euros." The organization estimates that some 200,000 people attend the shows, programmed in 23 spaces: Campo Grande, squares, in front of churches, in the cloister of the National Sculpture Museum ...

Therefore, the streets are the scene of the more than 170 productions carried out by 53 companies from 12 countries (especially from Europe, and also from Argentina, Peru, Israel and Kenya). The Official section is the axis, with 33 groups and dance as the protagonist, while the Off is for proposals by 15 companies, less known and whose main ingredient is the circus. Five representatives of Valladolid have their place in the North Station section to "unleash a type of work that they do not do throughout the year." In any case, it is a contest in which "the international component predominates because unfortunately in Spain the street arts have not yet evolved so much. We are distanced from what is done in Belgium, Holland, France, Germany ... "says Martinez.

Valladolid celebrates the TAC festival with 170 shows in which the spectator is the protagonist

"In the TAC you can see forms of expression that suffocate in theaters and that is why they go through the walls of the rooms, to locate where the individual makes his life," he describes. "They are shows that do not have to have the classic structure of approach, middle and end, but are based on suggestion, so that the public can build their own story". And looking at them on the street, "people rediscover their city and exchange emotions."

Feelings like those expressed by the kids who approach the members of the Oposito company when they finish their show in Campo Grande to take photos and kiss them, as happens to the Russian Yana Maizel, who has been a flamenco dancer in Madrid! "The public here is fantastic. In other places it is more reserved but in Valladolid it is involved from the first moment and gets excited," he says. Actors like Yana "are more seasoned than those in the living room," says Martínez, because "the life of street artists is harder: they act with the sound of a girl crying, or with that of an ambulance, or a bus, or someone who passes by and does not know that at that moment there is silence and is talking. "

Human pyramids

Valladolid celebrates the TAC festival with 170 shows in which the spectator is the protagonist

A few hundred meters from the Russian Yana, in the Plaza Mayor, the Black Blues Brothers perform in a crowded grandstand with about 1,000 people (and many others queuing to enter), five Kenyans who put the audience on their feet with their recital of awesome stunts, jumps and human pyramids. All set with the soundtrack of the comedy by John Landis that gives them their name. When the performance is over, people rush to follow L'enterrement de maman, the hilarious funeral procession represented by France's Compagnie Cacahuéte. With a coffin in tow, an extravagant family interacts with the audience, who may end up bathed in water or in the beer that the actors drink on the terraces, turned into makeshift stages.

At the foot of the old monastery of San Benito, today an exhibition hall, Sendas was taking place at that time, a piece by the Sevillian company Danza Mobile that seeks a different objective. This group demonstrates - as one of the two dancers in the show makes clear - that people with intellectual disabilities can get on stage or, in this case, do street art.

The Provincial Council subsidizes the purchase of tickets for the Almagro Festival

Friday, May 15, 2015

The Provincial Council subsidizes the purchase of tickets for the Almagro Festival

The Provincial Council of Ciudad Real opened on April 29 the deadline to submit subsidy applications for collective assistance to the shows scheduled during the Almagro International Classical Theater Festival, which this year will take place between 2 and 26 of next July.

The Official Gazette of the Province (BOP) included the bases of this call, which has a global budget of 18,000 euros and can be requested by municipalities and entities of lower scope than the municipality until next May 29.

The grants will be five euros for each ticket purchased, regardless of the show in question and its cost, and it will be necessary to deliver proof of purchase. In the same way, there is a limit depending on the inhabitants of each locality. For municipalities with fewer than 5,000 residents, a limit of 200 tickets is set, that is, 1,000 euros. In towns that exceed that figure, the limit is 300 tickets, that is, 1,500 euros.

The processing of these subsidies is carried out entirely through the Platform of Telematic Notifications of the Provincial Council, Appears, for which the interested municipalities must be registered in this system. At the same time, the town councils and local entities that receive this subsidy must make it appear in the promotion of this activity and certify it in a reliable way with the contribution of the material that attests it.

The Provincial Council sets a period of three months to study and resolve the files, after which those not notified will be understood as denied.

The Provincial Council subsidizes the purchase of tickets for the Almagro Festival launches its official App for Android and IOS

Thursday, April 30, 2015

Yesterday, April 29, on the occasion of the international dance day, presented its new App now available on Android and very soon on IOS launches its official App for Android and IOS

This App has:

  • Geo-location maps: it will be possible to access information on dance events and resources that are of interest to the user and that are being carried out or that will take place in the future around their geographical location.

  • Navigation maps: Contains three blocks of information:
    • News, to keep up to date with dance news in Spain.
    • Events, with the billboard of dance performances that take place throughout the Spanish geography. It also includes information on courses, conferences, seminars, festivals, residencies and dance competitions, in all its stylistic modalities.
    • Resources, direct access to the databases of the Dance Portal,, where you can find detailed information and contact details for teaching centers, scenic spaces, companies, associations, companies, choreographic and documentation centers.

  • In addition, the application has a list and calendar, as well as the option to save in 'My favorites' those events or resources that are of special interest and contact the entities directly from the mobile device.

The technical requirements for the mobile device are:

  • Android version
    • Android version: 4.0.3 or higher
    • Recommended minimum: 1Gb RAM
    • Installation package size: 10Mb
    • App size on device: 15Mb
    • Posted on Play Store

  • IOS version
    • IOS version 7.0 or higher
    • Minimum recommended iPhone 4S or higher
    • Installation package size: 10Mb
    • App size on device: 15Mb
    • Posted on iTunes

Also available for free download from:

García anticipates that from Monday they will be able to request the aid to the rehabilitation

Monday, April 20, 2015

These grants can cover up to 66% of the reform with respect to accessibility improvements

García anticipates that from Monday they will be able to request the aid to the rehabilitation

The Minister of Development, Marta García de la Calzada insisted this Friday that the remodeling of buildings to adapt them to the regulations on energy efficiency or accessibility is a concern for the regional government and advanced that this same Monday, the 20th, the deadline for those citizens or neighborhood communities that have to undertake improvements in this regard in their homes can request rehabilitation aid.

For this, the Community Board has enabled around 20 million euros for the entire region. Marta García de la Calzada indicated that, as in Albacete, in Castilla-La Mancha, a little more than half of the buildings are aged and alluded to the fact that this is a figure that is above the national average.

These data were provided on Friday by the Minister of Development of the Community Board, Marta García de la Calzada, in her attention to the communications media before participating in an information session, under the heading ´Rehabilitation of Buildings´, organized by the Official College of Surveyors, Technical Architects and Building Engineers of Albacete.

The head of Public Works explained that these aids can cover 50% of the cost of reform works, and even go up to 66% when it comes to improving accessibility.

She showed that thanks to these reform and conservation works "the quality of life of the Castilian-La Mancha will be increased."

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