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Boy band meet and greet

MEET THE mem­bers of South Korean boy band Wanna One face-to-face as IME Philip­pines presents “Wanna One 1st Fan Meet­ing in Manila: Wanna Be Loved” on Oct. 13, at the Smart Araneta Coli­seum. For tick­ets, visit Ticket­net (

Com­edy nights

EN­JOY Pinoy stand-up com­edy in Funny

Fri­days on Oct. 13, 20, 27, and Nov. 3, at 8:30 p.m., at the Teatrino, Prom­e­nade, Green­hills Shop­ping Cen­ter, San Juan. Fea­tured artists in­clude Alex Calleja, GB Labrador, Vic­tor Anasta­cio, Red Ollero, James Caraan, Ryan Rems, and Nonong Bal­li­nan. For de­tails and tick­ets, con­tact Tick­et­World ( www.tick­et­world. 891-9999) or Teatrino (7228310 lo­cal 116, or 721-2949).

Fly Me to The Moon

RODY VERA’S Fly Me to the Moon is set to be staged on Oct. 13-22 at Arts Above Artists Play­ground II. Di­rected by Paul Jake Paule, the show will fea­ture Fa­tima Cadiz, Aldy Cadu­pay, Dea For­ma­cil-Chua, Manu Gal­lardo, Clif­ford Gon­za­les, Ai Hose Ki, Jun Nayra, BJ Ocampo, Waki Tepace and The Play­ers, and Artist Play­ground’s group of artists. Pre­sented by Artist Play­ground, Inc., the Tal­ent Fac­tory, Inc., and Ja­pan Foun­da­tion. Tick­ets avail­able at Tick­et­World ( www.tick­et­world.

com.ph, 891-9999).

Kid­die ed­u­ca­tional fair

KIDS AND par­ents can en­joy ac­tiv­i­ties that stim­u­late learn­ing at the grand launch of the Grolier Car­ni­val Fair at Ali Mall, Araneta Cen­ter in Que­zon City. There will be a play area, a read­ing cor­ner and draw­ing area, plus a cre­ative chal­lenge cor­ner, free bal­loons for ev­ery­one, a bal­loon-twist­ing show, and a Talk­ing English Mas­cot who will teach ba­sic dance steps. For a min­i­mum sin­gle re­ceipt pur­chase of P500 from Ali Mall food and re­tail shops, Grolier will also of­fer a book and child devel­op­ment pro­gram brief­ing for free. The Grolier Fair runs from Oct. 13-15, 10 a.m. on­wards, at the Ali Mall Sky­walk, lo­cated at the Up­per Ground Floor. En­trance is free.

Ro­man­tic film fes­ti­val

CIR­CUIT MAKATI has part­nered with ABSCBN Sagip Pe­likula to in­tro­duce a one-of-akind film night — Spot­light Movie Box, fo­cus­ing on Philip­pine cin­ema. On Oct. 14 and 15, lo­cal cult hits will be screened at the Power Mac Cen­ter Spot­light, a movie-marathon fea­tur­ing ro­man­tic clas­sics Nasaan Ka Man,

Got2Believe, Forever­more, and One More Chance. For more in­for­ma­tion, visit www. cir­cuit­makati.com.

Jose Mari Chan con­cert

JOSE MARI CHAN per­forms in Songs of a

Life­time on Oct. 14, 8 p.m., at the Mu­sic Mu­seum, Green­hills Shop­ping Cen­ter, San Juan. Pre­sented by ICA Batch 1993, the show also fea­tures the Com­pany and Ni­cole Asen­cio. Tick­ets avail­able at Tick­et­World ( www.tick­et­world. 891-9999).

Am­palaya Mono­logues

TO CEL­E­BRATE two years of artis­tic bit­ter­ness, the team from presents a one-night only an­niver­sary show

Am pa lay aD ia logu es# Two Is Bit­ter Than One on Oct. 14, 7 p.m. –10 p.m. at the PETA Theater Cen­ter, Ey­mard Road, Que­zon City. This is a show­case of six short one-act plays that fea­ture two char­ac­ters in each story, all of which are writ­ten by Mark Ghosn and per­formed by ac­tors of Theatre in Al­ter­na­tive Plat­forms (TAP). The show will also fea­ture new Am­palaya Mono­logues. Tick­ets are P500 and are avail­able at Am­palaya Mono­logues face­book pagewww.m. me/ Amp a lay a Mono­logues.

PJ Masks at New­port Mall

PAR­ENTS CAN bring their small kids to the PJ Masks Meet and Greet road show on Oct. 16 to 22 at the New­port Mall. Present a min­i­mum sin­gle re­ceipt pur­chase of PJ Masks mer­chan­dise worth of P1,000 for val­i­da­tion at the reg­is­tra­tion booth of the event venue. Ac­tiv­i­ties in­clude col­or­ing, photo ops, a film show­ing, free play, and a lot more. High­light­ing the tour is a chance to meet and greet PJ Masks char­ac­ters live on Oct. 22, from 4 to 6 p.m. For more in­for­ma­tion, con­tact the Me­ga­world Life­style Malls Concierge at 7099888, 709-0888, 0917-838-0111 or visit

Span­ish film fes­ti­val

PELíCULA/PE­LIKULA, the big­gest Span­ish film fes­ti­val in Asia, runs un­til Oct. 15 at the Green­belt 3 Cin­e­mas, Makati City, with more than 20 re­cent films from Spain and Latin Amer­ica to be screened. For the sched­ule, com­plete lineup of films and other in­for­ma­tion about the fes­ti­val, log on to In­sti­tuto Cer­vantes Web site(www. manila. cer­vantes.

es) or visit the Face­book page of In­sti­tuto Cer­vantes: www.face­book.com/In­sti­tu­toCer­van­tesManila. Tick­ets are priced at P100 and can be bought from the cin­ema ticket of­fice

or on­line via sure­seats.com.

Tin­gin: ASEAN Film Fes­ti­val

SOUTH­EAST ASIA’s di­verse so­ci­eties and cul­tures will be de­picted through cine­matic works in Tin­gin: ASEAN Film Fes­ti­val (South­east Asia through the Eyes of Cin­ema) which is on­go­ing un­til Oct. 15 at the Shang Cine­plex Cin­ema 4 in Shangri-La Plaza. En­trance is free. Among the films to be shown are Myan­mar’s Kiyan Beau­ties; Sin­ga­pore’s Ilo Ilo; In­done­sia’s Solo, Soli­tude; the Philip­pines’

Ang Damgo ni Eleu­teria; Cam­bo­dia’s Vic­tim; Viet­nam’s Yel­low Flow­ers on the Green Grass; Thai­land’s The Is­land Fu­neral; and Lao PDR’s Dear­est Sis­ter, among many oth­ers. For in­quiries, call 370-2500 loc. 593 or visit www. face­book.com/shangri­laplaza­of­fi­cial­fan­page.

SHANGRI-LA PLAZA hosts art events, ex­hibits, and ed­u­ca­tion events in Oc­to­ber. The first is Baile Foun­da­tion’s Sin­au­nang Sayaw at Sin­ing ex­hibit, on view at the Grand Atrium un­til Oct. 16, fea­tur­ing works by Paete’s most prom­i­nent artist and by ac­tress Solenn Heussaff.

Trans­lated tragedy

TANGHALANG PILIPINO presents Ang Pagu­usig, a trans­la­tion of Arthur Miller’s The

Cru­cible on Fri­days, Satur­days and Sun­days un­til Oct. 22, at 3 p.m. and 8 p.m., at the Cul­tural Cen­ter of the Philip­pines’ Tanghalang Huseng Batute. Trans­lated by Jerry Re­speto and di­rected by Den­nis Marasi­gan, the play dra­ma­tizes the use of “the es­tab­lish­ment” of the pow­er­ful few in con­demn­ing the in­no­cent. Tick­ets and sched­ules are avail­able at Tick­et­World ( www.tick­et­world.com.ph, 891-9999).

The hills are alive

THE tour­ing London West End Pro­duc­tion of the clas­sic mu­si­cal The Sound of Mu­sic has per­for­mances un­til Oct. 22 at The Theater at So­laire. Tick­ets and sched­ules are avail­able at Tick­et­World ( www.tick­et­world.com.ph, 891-9999).

Ger­man movie marathon

GOETHE-INSTITUT brings the Sec­ond Ger­man Film Week to Clark, Cebu, and Davao un­til Oct. 24 at SM City Clark, SM City Cebu, and SM City Davao. En­joy the 10 fea­ture films for P100. For move in­for­ma­tion, visit

Beauty and the Beast

REPER­TORY Chil­dren’s Theater presents the mu­si­cal Beauty and the Beast at the On­stage Theatre in Green­belt 1, Paseo de Roxas, Makati City un­til Dec. 14. Joy Vi­rata di­rects the clas­sic story. Tick­ets and sched­ules are avail­able at Tick­et­World ( www.tick­et­world.com.ph, 891-9999).

New acts at City of Dreams

THIS MONTH’S per­form­ers lineup at Cen­ter­play at City of Dreams Manila’s gam­ing floor in­cludes rock band Part 3, trio girl group Filip­inas, The Bloom­fields, The Voice of the Philip­pines Sea­son 2 fi­nal­ist Ja­son Fer­nan­dez with ABSCBN My Only Ra­dio DJ and singer/host Ana Ram­sey, and power band Higher Ground. Week­ends fea­ture Paula Bianca on Fri­days from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m., fol­lowed by 9teased from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m., and the al­ter­nate sets of Pulp and Lil’ Eyes from 10 p.m. to 4 a.m. On Satur­days, Ava per­forms from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m., Paula Bianca from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m., and al­ter­nate per­for­mances by Pulp and Zyncx­a­tion from 9 p.m. to 3 a.m. On Sun­days, Brad and Nina go live from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. fol­lowed by al­ter­nat­ing sets of In2it and Zyncx­a­tion from 9 p.m. to 3 a.m. Cen­ter­play is open from 3 p.m. to 4 a.m. on Mon­days to Thurs­days and 11 a.m. to 4 a.m. on Fri­days to Sun­days and on hol­i­days.

JOHN LLOYD CRUZ’s One More Chance is one of the film’s to be shown at Cir­cuit Makati’s Spot­light Movie Box.

A SCENE from Fly Me To The Moon

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