My parents are visiting and have said they would like to see some traditional Thai music and dance, but the real stuff not some show put on for the tourists. As they will be tourists themselves, I think this is a bit rich but you know how it is! Any suggestions that will help me and keep them happy! Much appreciated in advance.
Fairly new to Bangkok and want to know some answers to a few questions about wine? I understand that it is expensive because of taxation, is this true? Where are some good places to buy some decent wine? Is Thai wine drinkable? Is it a worth a visit to one of the local vineyards? Thank you. JAL
After a three month break, the Punchline Comedy Club is back with the hottest stand up comics. Including one multi-talented performer from Canada: Stewart Francis; the nominee of Best Newcomer Edinburgh Fringe 2009: Pete Johansson and the winner of the Best Live Performer award for two years running at the London Comedy Festival: John Moloney.The shows are on Fri, & Saturday 12th & 13th (9pm) February 2010. Tickets are B1,500. Buy presale tickets today until Jan 13 only 1,200 Baht. The number of seats is limited so if you don't want to miss this... make sure you get your tickets asap! To reserve yours please call 02-233-4141 or 02-234-3590 or book online at http://www.greatbritishpub.com.
Goober Gun, an Alternative Rock band from London, England is performing at The Rock Pub with 3 local bands: Abuse the Youth, Over Me, Ghost Story.The date is Wednesday February 10, 2010 starting at 8.00 P.M. The tickets are 200 Baht each with 1 free drink. www.therockpub-bangkok.com