The historic flamenco ‘tablao’ of Las Ramblas in Barcelona became part of the patronage of the Tot Raval Foundation on 13 June. The aim of this foundation, made up of social entities, educational centres, cultural institutions, trade associations and people linked to the Raval, is to work as a network to improve social cohesion, coexistence and quality of life in the neighbourhood as well as to foster the feeling of belonging to one of the most diverse neighbourhoods in Barcelona.
Tot Raval works to promote Raval as a Socially Responsible Territory, to dynamise working groups in different strategic areas and to coordinate collective projects among other actions by and for the neighbourhood.
Tablao Flamenco Cordobes, together with the Associació Pelai Centre i Rodalies, became part of the Tot Raval Foundation. The Board of Trustees is formed by other entities such as the Consell Islàmic Cultural de Catalunya, Amics de La Rambla, Ravalnet, Biblioteca de Catalunya, Conservatori del Liceu, Escola Massana, Centro de Cultura Contemporània de Barcelona or the Colegio de Notarios de Catalunya among many others.
Representing the historic tablao of Catalonia, its founder and owner, Luis P. Adame, attended. He stressed the importance of the Raval and was proud that Tablao Flamenco Cordobes became part of the board of the Tot Raval Foundation.