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Tipsy Tales launches Lambana: Immersive Folklore Experience in Metro Manila

09-16-2019 04:47 PM CET | Arts & Culture

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Tipsy Tales launches Lambana: Immersive Folklore Experience

Tipsy Tales launches Lambana: Immersive Folklore Experience, Manila’s first permanent immersive theater dedicated to Filipino Folklore on August 19, 2019 at Eastwood Mall, Quezon City. By creating a highly personalized, interactive story with multiple endings depending on audience interaction, featuring creatures from Filipino Folkore in a 4000sqft. multi-sensory space, Tipsy Tales creates a one of a kind entertainment experience that aims to bring friends and families together.

Founded in October 2017 and officially incorporated in May 2018, Tipsy Tales was created by Co-Founders Quina Baterna and Wayne Yeang as an entertainment company that believes in creating new experiences that promises unforgettable moments with family and friends.

Tipsy Tales creates immersive entertainment using temperature control, customized scents, sound & set design and a constantly changing multi-path, storyline that allow individual audience decisions impact the experience. Their flagship production, Lambana: Immersive Folklore Experience, invites their audiences to go on a journey into the mythological world, meet quirky characters and decide to be either a hero, a villain or a spectator in their own story.

More than a cultural experience showcasing Filipino art, architecture, interior design, textiles and folklore, it is a personal one. With a maximum number of 15 people per group and various light snacks and drinks served throughout the experience, the show is designed to adjust to everything from group size, age, nationality, and even language (English or Filipino).

Calling back to the nostalgia of life before the internet, Tipsy Tales creates moments that ask people to put away their phones, slow down, be present and suspend disbelief as they create characters for themselves in the worlds they create. They remind their audiences that the narratives they create for themselves are always changing and that the choices they make impact their stories in and out of the experience.

Regular ticket prices are sold at Php 2000. PWD, Senior Citizen, Student and Group Discounts are available. Tickets can be purchased through their Facebook Page or ticketing partners. Shows are run every day, every half and hour from 1pm to 8:30pm. Children below 12 are permitted to enter as long as they are accompanied by a legal guardian and inform the company a day beforehand. Senior citizens are allowed one (1) free support to accompany them during the experience.

For more information, you may check our website ( https://tipsytales.ph), Facebook page at (https://facebook.com/tipsytales.ph)or email us at hello@tipsytales.ph .

Tipsy Tales
Unit 1206, The Trade and Financial Tower,
32nd st corner 7th ave
Bonifacio Global City,
Taguig 1634, Metro Manila

“We were founded under the exciting belief that remarkable new experiences make life worth living”
Tipsy Tales creates immersive entertainment that promises an unforgettable time out with friends.
Designed for those looking for new experiences, our immersive theatres allow you to escape reality and be the hero of your own story. We'll bring you on a journey to explore parallel worlds, meet quirky characters and make decisions that ultimately determine your ending.
Life may be short but we promise you'll create a remarkable story with us that will stay with you forever.
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