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We enjoyed our visit to see Mu Law and his Moustache Brothers family. Mu Law is entertaining as he showcases the traditions of comedy and dance within Myanmar while also telling the story of his family's satirical resistance.
Don't go if you are expecting to...More
After walking through the city all day, we went to this ''theater'' because we knew the story of the Moustache brothers. There is only one left who carries the show every night with his sister, his wife and some family members. He recalls the history...More
Living in the past, negative about everything, this old misogynist was painful to listen to. Not only is his English bad, his jokes are awful and very negative to his wife. The dancing is pitiful - it's a really big GIVE IT A MISS
This was the funniest and best night out I have had in ages.
The comperes jokes are so good and spot on for a non English native speaker.
The National dancing was so entertaining too.
Please come and support them as they really deserve your...More
We came to watch the moustache brothers after reading about their resistance and criticism of the Burmese government.
The humour is a little dated by UK standards but parts were funny and interesting to watch. The walls are covered in photos and references are made...More
I really enjoyed it and went along with the humour that is at times tricky to follow and falls back upon poor jokes that would be counted as outdated in the UK. However, there was a good range of tradditional dancing and stories that were...More
We knew it wasn't quite what it used to be but wanted to thank them for both their efforts in the past and the current (quite bad) comedy effort... yeah it's not the best but with a few beers and some friends we had a...More