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Kapeng Barako Club: Samahan ng mga Bitter Returns for Final Run

Kapeng Barako Club: Samahan ng mga Bitter Returns for Final Run

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Join the one and only Bitterkada for an unforgettable closing, as KBC returns for the final time to celebrate #FebIbig with coffee and some beer.

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“Sa wakas, nagkaroon na ng bayag si Joel umamin kay Anna, na ex ni Ed. Si Ed engaged kay Masi. Si Masi umaasa pa rin kay Eric, na sadyang tanga lang. Si Marlowe natutuwang manood sa mga nangyayari sa buhay ng mga kabarkada niya, habang pinagseselosan ni Stef, na dating ka-“something?” ni Marlowe, si Sunshine.

Si Sunshine, masaya lang.

Lahat ng kumplikasyon na ito ay nangyayari sa isang nananahimik na cafe na pagmamay-ari ni Marlowe.”

Kapeng Barako Club

Kapeng Barako Club: Samahan ng mga bitter (KBC) is a Palanca award-winning play written by Juan Ekis and directed by Juan Ekis and Nix Reyes. It is a story that dives into the world of Marlowe and his friends, the Bitterkada, and their inability to figure out love, relationships, and their lack of thereof. While the production has been successfully staged in coffee shops around the metro for 7 years, KBC will finally brew its official last shows on February 25 and 26, 2017 at 8 & Company, 8:00 PM.

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Enjoy the chaos about to ensue with a drink or a snack at the regular ticket price of PHP 650.00 or the Barkada of 5 & Up promo/Senior Citizen discount price of PHP 600.00. For inquiries and ticket reservations, contact LEOREN VIOLAN through the following: 0917-850-5448, the official Facebook/Instagram account, @samahanngmgabitter, or the official Twitter account, @bittercorp.


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