Visions will come to life this 2016, as UP Broadcasting Association, ZALORA, John Robert Powers, Chaos, and Bacardi brings you Broad Ass Week 47. Celebrating 47 years of passion, excellence, and glory, Broad Ass culminates a week-long series of events on May 6, Wednesday, with HIGH DEF: An Anniversary Party.
Enjoy free-flowing drinks and electrifying beats in Chaos, City of Dreams, Manila. Dance to the beats of DJ Migs Santillan and DJ Galo Marquez from night ‘til dawn. Experience how everything is better in high definition.
Find your summer needs at exclusive low-rates, discover shopping offers and promos on top local online brands. Experience a heightened shopping experience with gastronomic mini-food fair, live music sessions by local artists and DJs and, awesome MSB-shopper treats such as free drinks, ice cream, cotton candy, donuts and calligraphy workshops.
Get a chance to catch and shop our blogger’s closets, some of them featuring Cristina & Dana Decena, Ida Anduyan, Mikki Galang, Faye Balogo, Aggy Buguid, Karen Bordador, Chelsea Robato and many more!
All of this and more surprises (and at the price of only PHP 100) await in Manila Sundance Bazaar, so be sure to drop by The World Trade Center, Pasay to experience the most innovative summer shopping spree of the Metro!
If you are a young adult (12 to 18 years old) with a knack for writing and storytelling, join the Ayala Museum’s Basic Creative Writing for Teens workshop. Tap your creative juices and hone your writing skills in the company of a facilitator and fellow aspiring writers. By the end of this workshop, you should be well on your way to writing your first story or poem.
She created the workshop series “Author at Once” for writers and publishers and #romanceclass for aspiring romance writers. Her young adult/fantasy trilogy Interim Goddess of Love is a college love story featuring gods from Philippine mmythology. Her contemporary romance novellas won the Filipino Readers’ Choice awards for Chick Lit in 2012 (Fairy Tale Fail) and 2013 (That Kind of Guy).
The workshop fee is P 5,000.00 inclusive of handouts, materials, snacks, a certificate, one day free admission to the museum and one day free access to the library. The deadline for reservations is on April 24, 2016. Early bird, museum and Acentives members can avail of a 10-percent discount.
For inquiries, please call Marj Villaflores at (63 2) 757-7117 to 21 local 25 or email: email@example.com.
A rock musical with music by Duncan Sheik and book and lyrics by Steven Sater, it is based on the German play "Spring Awakening" written by Frank Wedekind in 1891. Set in late-19th-century Germany, the musical tells the story of teenagers discovering the inner and outer tumult of their sexuality while living in a repressive, ultraconservative society.
In this production, Emmanuel Go plays the headstrong Melchior Gabor. Aline Magana and Vincent Sumo will play the naive, and young Wendla and the intense and nervous Moritz, respectively. Thea Hernandez plays the free-spirited Ilse. The rest of the cast includes Kenneth Tornea as Hanschen, Clint Plaza as Georg, Mikaela Tagaylo as Martha, Carlos Molina as Otto, Seth Dungca as Ernst, Jamie Rose Tote as Thea, and Hannah Lazarte as Anna.
Eight shows will be staged from May 5-7 with the following schedule: May 5: 2 PM and 6 PM May 6 and 7: 9 AM, 1 PM, and 5 PM Tickets are worth PhP 150; you can buy from Rhafi at (63 917) 648-7185 or Carinna at (63 915) 374-5100 or by visiting the Mediartrix Office at the UST Tan Yan Kee Student Center Room 4B.
ABV Masterclass is a premier bartending and mixology program for different enthusiasts from beginners to bar professionals, brought to you some of the top bar men in the Philippines including Mr. Ken Bandivas – the Philippine’s representative in the global competition held by Diageo.
More than creating a wonderful bar experience for our guests in ABV, ABV Masterclass aims to educate participants with the colorful story behind each drink. After each ABV Masterclass, students are now ready to show off to the world their newly acquired bar knowledge and skill set transforming them from just drinkers to actual mixers and connoisseur.
For the first two weeks, dive into the basics with the Fundamentals of Craft Cocktails series. And on May 21, explore the world of tequila. May 7, 2016 (3:30pm- 5:30pm) - Fundamentals of Craft Cocktails Volume 1: Shaken and Stirred; May 14, 2016 (3:30pm- 5:30pm) - Fundamentals of Craft Cocktails Volume 2: Built and Muddled; May 21, 2016 (3:30pm- 5:30pm) - iHola Tequila! An Introduction to Tequila
Hunt & Gather Nutrition and Fitness Lifestyles is inviting you to their inaugural community event, called Strong Moms: A Mothers’ Day Festival, at Glorietta 3 Activity Center on May 7 and 8, 2016.
At Hunt & Gather, we believe that nutrition and fitness is a way of life. Our food choices and exercise affect our health, mood, and relationships. We also recognize that individuals react favorably to one nutrition or exercise program over another. As such, we have gathered as many healthy food and fitness merchants we can find, who share with us the same values of health.
Each merchant has been curated to offer food or services that are paleo, keto, pescetarian, or vegetarian oriented. Also included are merchants who advocate local, organic, non-GMO, and gluten-free living. We aim to provide festivals goers information and choices for them and their families to truly live healthy lives through proper food choices and exercise.
The Festival will also host a number of nutrition talks and open workouts. As of this writing, we will be having talks on carb-backloading, paleo lifestyles, weight release, plant-based nutrition, optimizing performance, and Primed lifestyle. Open workouts include capoeira, yoga, pilates, and a Brazilian Jiujitsu tournament.
Until May 7, in the heart of Ayala Triangle, Manila booklovers will have the opportunity to enjoy free books and several activities related to the pleasure of reading, as the pop-up library The Book Stop, in collaboration with Instituto Cervantes, is programming a series of reading-related events.
Designed and built by WTA Architecture & Design Studio, The Book Stop is a non-profit library where visitors can interact in discussions with fellow readers and share their love of literature, borrow volumes for free and exchange books. The Book Stop was inaugurated last April 23, during the Día del Libro organized by Instituto Cervantes. Its goal is to highlight the relevance of libraries and the passion for reading in society.
Admission to The Book Stop is FREE on a FIRST-COME, FIRST-SERVED basis. For more information on the program, please visit Facebook Page.