The event is happening on September 22
Lea Salonga, Robert Lopez, and Clint Ramos are part of the list of 'Barangay to Broadway: Filipino American Theater History'
Once upon a time, an overnight stay in El Nido cost a mere P20
The controversial sale has raised a lot of questions
Boris Joaquin and Renz Mansujeto will be signing copies of their book 'Project Purpose: Find Your Why to Find Your Way' at the 39th Manila International Book Fair
The flag is among several historical pieces that were sold during the Leon Gallery’s Magnificent Seven Auction
Directed by Juan Ekis, the 50th anniversary staging of the play is a claustrophobia-inducing, ultra-violent look at systemic injustice
Yoshihiro Togashi’s manga series is coming back after a long hiatus
The 12th International Silent Film Festival was held in SM Megamall from August 30 to September 2
The longest running trade fair owes its success to Negrense unity
On the 109th Baguio day, the indie film icon calls for more support for the city's art and artists
What are the arguments for its authenticity?
The auction also includes Bonifacio's 'Decalogue,' handwritten by the Katipunan leader himself
Ballet Manila celebrates its 23rd season with classics
Consciously learning and practicing Baybayin can lead to discoveries about yourself as a Filipino and about the richness of Filipino culture
Gab Pangilinan and Kayla Rivera star as the conjoined twins Daisy and Violet
The concept of aging seems anathema to the entertainment industry, which makes the existence of Mamang all the more radical
The UP Ambassadors bag the grand prize at the 66th Concorso Polifonico Internazionale 'Guido d'Arezzo'
Roses are red, violets are blue, these poems are bad, can you do one too?
'Shape of Shadows' is an ode to both the feared and the fearful
The play returns to the Philippine stage on August 11 and 12
(UPDATED) Guillermo, a well-known art writer has written extensive pieces for many publications
The group wins the first prize in the Habaneras and Polyphony categories of the 64th Certamen Internacional de Habaneras y Polifonia
The comic convention is a celebration for the Pinoy geek community
The Tiny Trio take their Josie and the Pussycats cosplay to the next level
'Riverdale,' 'Stranger Things,' and 'Iron Fist' are just some of the shows that come to life at Netflix's AsiaPOP Comicon booth
Fans queued for hours on the first day of AsiaPOP Comicon to get their hands on the collectible toy
If you want to dress up for AsiaPop Comicon but haven't been able to plan it, all you need are some wardrobe basics and your imagination
In 'Call Me By Your Name In Concert,' the film will be screened together with live performances of its soundtrack
Who is the person spray-painting 'why' all across Metro Manila, and why does he do it?
'The French, more than any other nation (in Europe), who know Japanese culture the best,' says Korehito Masuda, director of the 'Japonismes 2018' program
The MSJO ties with Israel's Jerusalem Conservatory Hassadna String Orchestra for the top prize
The bear community may be niche – but it's not stopping them from being heard
Photographer Czar Kristoff brings his work around Manila in a traveling exhibit he calls 'Operation Latag'
Ticket prices for the company's shows this season are up to the audience
However, some observers are skeptical about whether the New Academy can compare with the Nobel Literature Prize's history of recognizing distinguished authors
Roxanne Lapus is known to many for directing 'The Sound of Music' in 2011
Pride is a protest, after all
Under the Duterte administration, artists have become among the strongest voices of resistance
'This year, since we’re all gathered here together, there needs to be movement'
Veronica is given the Special Jury Encouragement Award for the senior category of the USA International Ballet Competition
Dancers Lia Cirio, Junxiong Zhao, Hannah Bettes, Yuriko Kajiya, and Jared Matthews are performing at the Aliw Theater in July
Stencilled images in the style of the mysterious British graffiti star began appearing on walls across the French capital last week
The second volume focuses on the national hero's mother and how she struggled after her wrongful arrest
Whang-od Oggay of Buscalan finally receives an award for preserving and celebrating the traditional art of tattooing
The expo was opened to public on June 18 and will stay open until the end of December 2018