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October Buzzfest presents 2 weekends of Comedy Manila

This month, get some stress-busting doses of fun, laughter, and beer by catching Manila’s funniest - the men of Comedy Manila in free shows on Oct.16 and 30 at Century City Mall.

Dubbed as Buzzfest, Century City Mall’s Oktoberfest celebration will be held 8 p.m. at the Level 4 al fresco area.

It will feature seven of Comedy Manila’s stand-up acts. Headlined by the inimitable Alex Calleja, the show’s cast includes Victor Anastacio, Ryan Rems Sarita, Red Ollero, James Caraan, Derf Hebrado, and GB Labrador.

Ryan Rems Sarita, Alex Calleja, Victor Anastacio, Derf Hebrado

Comedy Manila’s funny takes on mundane topics such as the hardships of married life and the trials of living in the city are sure to please audiences from different walks of life.

The fun starts early, as the first 100 guests to arrive will be given a bottle of beer free of charge. The Buzzfest show will be kicked off with fun and games such as a beer pong and a dart contest.

James Caraan, Red Ollero, GB Labrador

Food may be ordered through participating restaurants Andale by Agave, Caliburger, Comfort Tuesdays, and 12 Monkeys.

To add to each night’s fanfare, raffle draws will be held and lucky guests have a chance to win special prizes from Century City Mall.

Bring your friends, colleagues, and even family as Comedy Manila is sure to give you a good time.

The Buzzfest shows begin Century City Mall’s series of activities as the holidays approach. Expect more fun and promos in the coming months.

Century City Mall is located in Century City, Kalayaan Avenue and Salamanca Street in Makati City.  For more information, please call the concierge at 705-6200.

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