Events And Nightlife
WEEKEND FUN: Places To See, Things To Experience Before September Ends
Choose Philippines | Sep 29, 2017
For many of us, the weekend is everything: it’s a chance for us to rest, relax, get to see our friends and family, and most importantly, do the things we wouldn’t normally be able to do during weekdays. So, without further ado, let’s jumpstart your weekend with a few events that you might want to take a chance on these:
Tanghalang Ateneo, the longest-running theater company of the Loyola Schools of the Ateneo de Manila University, opens its 39th Season: Performing Change with Guelan Varela-Luarca’s adaptation of Edgar Calabia Samar’s award-winning Si Janus Silang at ang Labanang Manananggal-Mambabarang.
Find out about Janus Silang and their showdates on Tanghalang Ateneo's official Facebook page.
By popular demand, this Jam is all about Original Pinoy Music! OPM! It's Pineapple Jam - UNCOVERED! Nar Cabico will launch his first single "Gaga", as well as perform all his other original songs from his upcoming album, Eksena.
The event will be held from 6-10PM at the Pineapple Lab, 6071, R. Palma Street, Barangay Poblacion, 1210 Makati.
Shop 'til you drop at this month's awesome fair! Join the fun shopping fair this September 30, Saturday at the 3F The Madison Events Place, Room Aster and Begonia. The fair will focus heavily on Filipino handicrafts, so get ready to buy an awesome array of all-Filipino goods!
The event will be held the entire day at the Madison Galeries, Alabang Hills Village.
Mark Arcamo's Emotive Regulations and Other Worlds
Kaida Contemporary presents Mark Arcamo's solo exhibition, Emotive Regulations, on Sunday, October 1 at six o'clock in the evening. On his canvas, reality wars with fiction. Set against his scaled-down figures caught in motion, even Arcamo’s seated subjects, while at rest, seem to be at the ready to burst into action, muscles tensed, impending explosion. Images are manipulated and cross-referenced between the pieces, dynamism and energy contained on the flat surfaces, yet almost bursting at their edges. Consciousness is sliced, splintered, and riddled with holes, questioning randomness and the rules that art aspires to break.
Come see the thespians in their most vulnerable: improv theater. All improvised, only for P250. Come visit and see them celebrate the arts, and all it expresses.
The event will be held this coming September 30, 8PM at The PARC Foundation, 494 Lt. Artiaga St., San Juan del Monte. For inquiries contact 09171291597.
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