From the beginning of the 19th century to to 1957, the Casa de la Caritat was a charity center dispensing clothes and food to people in need. It also functioned as a training center where boys came to serve as apprentices before leaving in search of steady work. Among the largest and most profitable studios was a printing house. La Casa also had a theatre, which we were able to salvage following a long restoration process. It has been in operation since 2011, serving as a performance space for the CCCB’s programming.
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