Theatre & Performing Arts
Reopening on January 15 is Enchanted Kingdom (EK)’s newest attraction – Agila: The EKsperience. Featuring a 6D theater experience, 100 motion seats, and a giant screen, Agila is said to be the first and the largest flying attraction in the country. Image grabbed from Enchanted Kingdom’s website. The attraction will take people on a flight around 20 breathtaking locations around the country – from Batanes to Cagayan de Oro – showcasing all the beautiful spots they offer. This is while giving the illusion that they are eagles soaring and getting a (literal) bird’s eye view of all the destinations that the country has to offer. Aside from being an educational […]
When you hear someone mention “Makati,” the first thing, probably, that comes to mind would be the tall buildings standing from left to right, thus comprising the “urban jungle” we call today. Known to be Metro Manila’s Central Business District, Makati houses the offices for both the local and the multinational companies.
Residing at the Cultural Center of the Philippines, Philippine Philharmonic Orchestra is the country’s leading symphony orchestra. A European tour was carried out in 2001 and was invited by the Association of Japanese Philharmonic Orchestra in 2002 where they performed and participated in Asia Orchestra Week at Tokyo Opera City Concert Hall.
The art center with the longest history in the Philippines, Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP) contains various venues such as galleries, exhibition halls and the National Arts Center. Many Filipino artists have performed here and showcased their talents. The blockbuster musical “Miss Saigon” which starred the world renowned Filipino singer, Lea Salonga, was staged at CCP, and the CINEMALAYA (festival for independent Filipino filmmakers) is being held here yearly. Address: CCP Complex, Roxas Boulevard, Pasay City, Metro Manila Telephone: (02) 832-3681 / (02) 832-3878 / (02) 551-7930 / (02) 832-1125 local 1800 to 1807 Business Hours: Regular Tour Hours: Tuesday – Saturday: 9:00am–12noon and 1:00pm-5:00pm. Admission: Student P20, General […]
Established in 1926, Manila Symphony Orchestra (MSO) is said to be the first symphony orchestra in Asia which actively plays in the Philippines. Separated in 1989, the orchestra was formed in 2011, with a total of 60 members. MSO collaborates with UUU Orchestra, a Japanese orchestra. Address: Unit 1602 Marbella Manila, Roxas Blvd, Metro Manila Telephone: 5235712 Web: www.manilasymphony.com Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
If you want to watch inimitable performances or musicals, Newport Performing Arts Theatre (NPAT) will be a wonderful place for you. It is one of the Philippines’ best theatres known for its latest equipment for video and lighting. With a price of 1,500 pesos, you will enjoy a Broadway quality performance. They already performed different pieces such as “The Sound of Music”, “The King and I”, “Cinderella” and many more that children and adults will surely enjoy.