BAE IN THE CITY OF VANCOUVER – ALDEN RICHARDS

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    Alden Richards is coming to Vancouver for a one night show at the Massey Theatre on March 24, 2016.

    He will be with the other talents from GMA network, Rocco Nacino and Kim Idol.

    Our Pambansang Bae ,Alden, has been collecting awards and recognition left and right.

    Recently, Mr. Richards is the recipient of the Best Performance by an Actor in the 14th Gawad Tanglaw Awards for his outstanding job in GMA’s top drama series, “Magpakailanman”.

    Aside from the  the Triple Platinum Award he received from the excellent sales of his 2nd Album, Wish I May, his mini-series ILUSTRADO  is a contender in New York Film and TV Festival.

    Alden portrayed the iconic role of Philippines’ national hero, Jose Rizal in “Ilustrado,” which happens to be the first ever BayaniSerye presented by GMA News and Public Affairs. The said mini-series premiered last October 20, 2014.

    Lately, he was  chosen as one of the recipients of the Anak TV Seal Awards, which is given to Philippine television programs and personalities that are child-sensitive and family friendly.

    This multi-awarded actor will be visiting the City of Vancouver on March 24, 2016, 7:00PM at the Massey Theatre via RED PRODUCTIONS.

    Tickets are selling fast, call now to reserve yours  by calling our HOTLINE number, (778) 785-6322 or text (780) 709-2647. Also, for more details, see poster on PAGE B16.

    The concert is produced by Red Productions with GMA Pinoy TV, GMA Life TV and GMA News TV.

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