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  • BRITISH COUNCIL PH

BRITISH COUNCIL PH

  • February 20th, 2017

In celebration of the Great British Festival from 24 to 26 February, the British Council and Fringe Manila present an exciting dance collaboration between Filipino dance company Airdance and British DJ Mica this 25 February at Bonifacio Global City High Street, Taguig.

  • TEAM MAG

TEAM MAG

  • February 20th, 2017

Multi-arts festival Fringe Manila is back and is set to unleash the metro’s unicorns until February 26 across the streets and cultural hubs of Manila.

  • YUNEOH

YUNEOH

  • February 20th, 2017

Art, together with the artist, is ever evolving that very much reflects the trying times, struggles, and beauty of present society. From the world-renowned Fringe phenomenon to the Philippines, Fringe Manila is here to tease and jolt our senses wide awake from February 8 to 26, 2017 through a series of uncensored art shows.

  • MALAYA BUSINESS

MALAYA BUSINESS

  • February 20th, 2017

The largest and much awaited multi-arts festival, Fringe Manila, is back! The festival is set to unleash the metro’s unicorns this February 8 to 26, across the streets and cultural hubs in Manila. For its third year, the festival is presented by Pineapple Lab, an arts and performance space in the heart of Poblacion, Makati’s historic district.

  • WE THE PVBLIC

WE THE PVBLIC

  • February 20th, 2017

Under the umbrella of the internationally acclaimed Fringe network, Fringe Manila is an open access, artist-driven community celebration that showcases fresh, daring, and groundbreaking work by emerging and established artists from the Philippines, as well as, international participants in theater, literature, music, dance, visual art, film, cabaret, performance art, spoken word and every other artistic genre in between.

  • BEYOND DEADLINES

BEYOND DEADLINES

  • February 20th, 2017

The 3rd edition of Fringe Manila opens today to showcase innovative, edgy, and daring creations by emerging and established artists from the Philippines, together with international participants from the fields of theater, literature, music, dance, visual art, film, cabaret, performance art, and spoken word.

Running until Feb. 26, the 2017 Fringe Manila is presented by the Pineapple Lab, an arts and performance space in Makati.

  • ABS-CBN NEWS

ABS-CBN NEWS

  • February 20th, 2017

For arts and culture enthusiasts, February is also National Arts Month, which started with the signing of Presidential Proclamation 683, back in 1991. Over the years, private and government agencies have been organizing events and activities to highlight the artistry of Filipinos.

  • CHOOSE PHILIPPINES

CHOOSE PHILIPPINES

  • February 20th, 2017

Whether you’re attached or not, February is all about celebrating the many aspects that make love special! And what better way to celebrate than to fall in love with the many events this month has to offer?

  • GMA NEWS

GMA NEWS

  • February 20th, 2017

In keeping with National Arts Month, the country’s leading multi-arts festival for independent artists Fringe Manila is set to open a series of never-before-experienced events from February 8 to March 3 at various venues across Manila.

Born from the world’s largest community of independent, inter-cultural festivals World Fringe Network (WFN), Fringe Manila is an uncensored, open access, non-curated, artist-run festival that features raw, risky and groundbreaking works by both emerging and established artists from the Philippines and around the globe in all art genres and a combination of them—from visual arts, film, theater, to literature, music, circus, dance, cabaret, improv, […]

  • GMA NEWS

GMA NEWS

  • February 20th, 2017

Multi-disciplinary artist and De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde instructor, Joee Mejias will release her first album with a multisensory performance that she conseptualized and developed with internationally renowned artists, on February 24, 2017 at Power Mac Center Spotlight in Circuit Makati.

  • PSST.PH

PSST.PH

  • February 20th, 2017

“The festival is set to unleash the metro’s unicorns this February 8 to 26, 2017 across the streets and cultural hubs in Manila. For its third year, the festival is presented by Pineapple Lab, an arts and performance space in the heart of Poblacion, Makati’s historic district.”

  • MANILA BULLETIN

MANILA BULLETIN

  • February 20th, 2017

“Fringe Manila has always and will always welcome artists from all walks of life,” “We built this festival as a platform for them to present original work and for audiences to experience what else is out there,” Andrei Nikolai Pamintuan

  • ONE MUSIC

ONE MUSIC

  • February 20th, 2017

The largest multi-arts festival in the Philippines is back! From February 8 to 27, 2017, Fringe Manila will once again showcase the biggest and freshest artists in music, literature, theater, visual arts, and more from the Philippines and abroad.

  • MB LIFE

MB LIFE

  • February 20th, 2017

On Fringe Manila’s third year, it will showcase “The Virtual Womb,” the first-ever festival produced show by Toronto-based Filipino-Canadian artist Malyee Todd. HATAW, another Toronto native will be joining the multi-arts festival, along with The Daloy Dance Company, Deus Sex, Machina, ADHD Productions, FEU Theater Guild, Airdance and Egg Theater Company, which will all be making a comeback at Fringe. Feb 8-26.

  • INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS TIME

INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS TIME

  • February 20th, 2017

The largest multi-arts festival in the Philippines is finally here! It’s a big event that showcases some of freshest material in visual art, film, performance art, circus, visual art dance, literature, music, theater and every other artistic genre from the Philippines as well as the rest of the world.

  • ABS-CBN NEWS

ABS-CBN NEWS

  • February 20th, 2017

Festive music and jaw-dropping performances kicked off the much-awaited comeback of multi-arts festival Fringe Manila at Pineapple Lab in Makati City’s hip Poblacion district on Wednesday. Various artists, performers, and arts and culture enthusiasts joined Fringe Manila’s launch, which featured various performances and the exhibit “After Eve.”

  • INTERAKSYON

INTERAKSYON

  • February 20th, 2017

This multi-arts festival features works by artists in the field of theater, literature, music, dance, visual art, film, performance art, and more.

  • SPOT.PH

SPOT.PH

  • February 20th, 2017

Fringe Manila, now on its third year, once again welcomes artists, partners with untraditional venues, and presents unconventional shows that seek to break boundaries.

  • OUR LIL SPACE

OUR LIL SPACE

  • February 20th, 2017

Her Majesty, Queen Joyen of the Darkness and the Underworld unleashes her pets so they can play, seduce and sin, giving an all new meaning to the phrase “tonight, we dine in hell”.

  • LIFESTYLE INQUIRER

LIFESTYLE INQUIRER

  • February 20th, 2017

Festival director and founding board member Andrei Nikolai Pamintuan said “more than 100 shows” are being staged in various venues until Feb. 26. Some 14 performances fall under theater, he added.

  • PHILIPPINE TATLER

PHILIPPINE TATLER

  • February 20th, 2017

“Uncurated” is the festival buzzword as artists both renowned and newly discovered express themselves across different media. – Paulo F. Vergara

  • ABS-CBN

ABS-CBN

  • February 15th, 2017

Get your ART-on this February & celebrate National Arts Months with #FringeMNL!

  • BUSINESS WORLD

BUSINESS WORLD

  • February 15th, 2017

“There is no place and festival like it when it comes to the freedom in expressing themselves. It’s a chance for the community to gather. The work presented in Fringe are time capsules of what is relevant today, they are writing and telling our stories today. It’s not a reimagined Shakespeare piece, but it’s coming from within.” – Andrei Nikolai Pamintuan, FringeMNL Festival Director & Founder // BusinessWorld

  • BUSINESS WORLD ONLINE

BUSINESS WORLD ONLINE

  • February 15th, 2017

“Besides announcing its lineup of shows for this year at its annual institutional press conference, the Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP) had more good news: it will be opening three new theater centers in the coming years.

The CCP will also host Fringe Manila from Feb.8 to 26, acceleration of fresh and daring works in theater, literature, dance, music, spoken word, film, and visual art.” – Chris Millado, Vice President & Artistic Director of Cultural Center of the Philippines

  • COSMOPOLITAN

COSMOPOLITAN

  • February 15th, 2017

How did we even miss this? We’re mentioned in the same Cosmopolitan post as Beyoncé & her twins!

  • TEAM

TEAM

  • February 15th, 2017

“The ginormous vagina exhibited by Fil-Canadian artist Maylee Todd is proof of how fertile the art scene has become in Manila. Among our city’s countless galleries and free-all-be-all events, Fringe Manila, the multi-arts festival where Todd’s “The Virtual Womb” will be staged, has certainly helped birth new modes of expression, projection-mapped vaj included.”

  • THEATER FANS MANILA

THEATER FANS MANILA

  • February 15th, 2017

“The largest and much awaited multi-arts festival, Fringe Manila, is back! The festival is set to unleash the metro’s unicorns this February 8 to 26, 2017 across the streets and cultural hubs in Manila. For its third year, the festival is presented by Pineapple Lab, an arts and performance space in the heart of Poblacion, Makati’s historic district.” Thank you Theater Fans Manila!

  • WE THE PVBLIC

WE THE PVBLIC

  • February 15th, 2017

“Fringe Manila has always and will always welcome artists from all walks of life. We built this festival as a platform for them to present original work and for audiences to experience what else is out there.” shares Andrei Nikolai Pamintuan, Fringe Manila’s founding board member and Festival Director. // We the Pvblic