Award-wining Philippine singer and actress Lea Salonga owes her fame to Kim, a bar girl in the musical Miss Saigon. It became the starting point of a global singing career.
Pole dancing is deceiving as a sport and dance. While the movements seem to defy the laws of gravity, it is gravity that you have to befriend and understand to master dance. Awareness of how the body works can make all the difference.
Honolulu born Peter Gene Hernandez more popularly known as Bruno Mars shot to stardom when Travie McCoy’s “Billionaire”, a song that he co-wrote and produced, hit the airwaves.
Metro Manila has a vibrant music scene and Megacitizens can choose from a number of venues to listen to live music. From techno to rock to jazz – the Megacity has it all.
Planning to travel around the Philippines? You will need these smart travel hacks to avoid stress during your Philippine adventure. Smart vacation hacks numbers 9 and 20 are crucial.
A popular open park located right smack in the middle of the Philippine capital, Rizal Park is also known to both locals and tourists as Luneta – a Spanish term that translates to lunette or crescent.
Washington Sycip Park near Greenbelt mall is a quiet patch of green in Legaspi Village, Makati.
The British Embassy invites everyone to the Great British Festival happening from the 27th of February to March 1st, 2015 at Bonifacio High Street in Bonifacio Global City.
You will hardly find a book lover in Manila who does not as well love the Fully Booked branch in Bonifacio High Street, the biggest book store in the country.
As a member of the Black Eyed Peas, Allan Pineda, alias apl.de.ap, is one of the most successful Philippine musicians worldwide. Born in Angeles City, Pampanga, he was adopted by an American family at age 14. Although he is a US citizen, hip hop star and millionaire now, he never forgot about his roots, which makes him an idol for many young Filipinos.
Viva Europa is the European Union's most exciting cultural kaleidoscope. Embassies and cultural institutes of EU member states are presenting European art exhibitions, films, concerts, and performances throughout the months of May and June.
The UP College of Music presents MÚSICA Y POESÍA: An Evening of Fine Guitar Music and Poetry at 6:30 pm on Thursday, October 23 at the Abelardo Hall Auditorium, UP College of Music. The concert is part of its on-going faculty concert season for academic year 2014-2015.
Noli Me Tangere is arguably the most important novel of the Philippines. The much-praised operatic adaption is now coming to Manila, telling a story of forbidden love and colonial repression with passionate songs in Tagalog.
The Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP) invites all music aficionados to a week-long festival in July, featuring the various orchestras and symphonic bands in the country.
Brit pop on stage, teenagers posing in red telephone booths, kids playing soccer, fathers testing the comfort of English limousines - walking in Bonifacio High Street felt like strolling through London this weekend.
Theater, movies, literature promotions, music events, fashion, food and wine: the Australian Embassy celebrates Australia Day, the country's national holiday on January 26, with month-long festivities in venues all over Metro Manila.
Tokyo Electronic Invasion is happening on August 2, 2014 at SMX Convention Center.
Catch the Malaysian Chinese pop singer & composer perform powerful love ballads.
Spend your Valentine's day with your loved ones by listening to The King and The Diva: Beyond Classic at Newport Performing Arts Theater Resort World Manila.