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The smartest advice we could give you this week would be to forgo your gimik, save for next week’s Valentine weekend, and make the missus, the girlfriend and/or the mistress happy. [firstpara] But we’re going to have to advise you to not follow that advice, because there’s a lot in store for you this weekend that you can’t miss!

Chinese Film Fest at the Shang Cineplex
In partnership with Ateneo de Manila University, and Ricardo Leong Center for Chinese Studies and Ateneo Celadon, Shangri-la Plaza Cineplex Level 3 will be playing host to the Chinese Film Fest from February 3 to 9. Included in the festival are In Love We Trust, Cape No. 7, The World, and Seventeen Years. Tickets go for just 100 Pesos each.

Here’s the full screening schedule for this weekend:

February 5
The World - 2:00
In Love We Trust - 4:45
Cape No. 7 - 7:10
Seventeen Years - 9:55
February 6
Seventeen Years - 2:00
The World - 3:55
In Love We Trust - 6:40
Cape No. 7 - 9:05
February 7
Seventeen Years - 2:00
Cape No. 7 - 3:55
The World - 6:40
In Love We Trust - 9:25

For film synopses, click here.

Gig Guide
Come to Saguijo on February 5, where the event “SonicLogo.TV happens, featuring Isaiah Antonio, Wake Up Your Seatmate, Wagyu, SLEX and Paranoid City.

The next day, February 6, the Pin-up Girls will be playing at Route 196, while over at Saguijo, Revolver Productions will be treating you to a nice gig featuring Julianne, Yosha, and Loquy.

Finally It’s Friday at Amber UltraLounge
After a long week of hard, hard work, it’s time to reward yourself with some good times. Check out Finally It’s Friday at Amber UltraLounge at The Fort on February 5, featuring the beats of Rico Arce and Emil Angeles. Let Finally It’s Friday take away all your stress with the booze, the babes, and the beats.

Rent in Manila
If you’re bored of all the movies, maybe you should try catching a play. There’s an awesome one running right now, and it goes by the name Rent.

Rent is a well-regarded musical from Broadway that is famous for fusing elements of “rock, character and story like no other musical before.”

It made a big splash 5 years ago when it was first performed here, and now that it’s back, you’d do well to see what the buzz is all about. Feel what it’s like to be a Renaissance man for once.

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Ticket info: Tickets for the February 6, 2010 opening weekend matinee show at the Carlos P. Romulo Theater in RCBC Plaza, Makati are now available. To reserve or purchase, contact 0920-9148175, 0917-7941984 or e-mail nodaybuttoday2010@gmail.com. You may also visit nodaybuttoday2010.blogspot.com for more information.

Ticket Prices:
Orchestra Center - P1,700
Orchestra Side - P1,600
Loge Center - P1,400
Loge Sides - P1,100
Balcony - P800

Venue: Carlos P. Romulo Theater, RCBC Plaza, Makati City


WORDS BY: GELO GONZALES

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