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LOOK: The Manila Metropolitan Theater located on Padre Burgos Avenue corner Arroceros Street near the Manila Post Office will open its doors in 2021, 25 years since its closure in 1996. 📷 Grig Montegrande/Philippine Daily Inquirer

LOOK: Catriona Gray marks her second year as NCCA's arts ambassador at the newly restored Manila Metropolitan Theater on Wednesday. The Miss Universe 2018 will be bringing web series “Kultura 101” on Feb. 20 in celebration of National Arts Month. | 📷 Catriona Gray/Instagram

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Initially targeted for reopening in 2020, the Manila Metropolitan Theater is finally opening its doors on April 27 as part of the Quincentennial Commemorations in the Philippines, particularly the 500th anniversary of the victory at Mactan.

LOOK: A few months before its inauguration, the National Commission for Culture and the Arts @NCCAOfficial  shares a glimpse of the newly restored Manila Metropolitan Theater | via @hanahtabios 

LOOK: The National Commission for Culture and the Arts (NCCA) shares photos of the newly-restored Manila Metropolitan Theater. The theater is set to open to the public this 2021. Photos from Paul Sugano/NCCA Facebook page

LOOK: Developments on the ongoing restoration of the iconic Manila Metropolitan Theater (Met) on Wednesday, January 6. The Met will tentatively reopen on June 24, 2021 for the 450th Manila Day celebration. Photos by Inoue Jaena/Rappler

After decades of inactivity, the Metropolitan Theater in Manila will reopen in 2022 or earlier, the National Historical Commission of the Philippines said.

The first phase of the rehabilitation of the Manila Metropolitan Theater (MET) is expected to be completed by 2020. | @NikkaINQ 

After decades of inactivity, the Metropolitan Theater in Manila will reopen in 2022 or earlier, the National Historical Commission of the Philippines said.

After decades of being inactive, the Metropolitan Theater in Manila is set to open before 2022, National Historical Commission of the Philippines (NHCP) chair Rene Escalante said during the ocular inspection on the abandoned theater. | via @jovilandxrita 

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