Thu, Jan
26

Double International Comedy Show

8:00pm – 11:00pm
¥2,500 (advance sales)¥3,000 (on the door)

Following on from their 2016 sell-out shows, we are incredibly excited to announce that the wonderful PHIL NICHOL (Canada) and YURIKO KOTANI (Japan) will be coming back to Tokyo for another round double headliner shows! Yuriko is making waves in the UK at the moment following her victory in the 2015 BBC Comedy Newcomer Award. Phil on the other hand is anything but a newcomer: hailing from Canada but a true UK comedy legend with awards and accolades a plenty under his belt. We have had some great nights in Shimokitazawa – this looks to surpass them!

There are two shows, one on Wednesday the 25th and a second on Thursday the 26th!
(Please check which night you are booking tickets for!)

Tickets are 2,500yen in advance including a drink but are 3000yen on the door!

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⭐︎YURIKO KOTANI⭐︎

BBC Comedy Newcomer Award winner, 2015

“Wonderfully offbeat stories… rug-pulling punchlines and bizarre
observations.” Time Out magazine

⭐︎PHIL NICHOL⭐︎

Time Out Best Comedy Performer winner
Perrier Award nominee
3x Chortle Best Headliner Award nominee

“You could power a small market town from this performance” ***** – The Times
“Riotously funny” ***** – Fringe Guru
“Crazy, wacky, funny, hyperactive comedy genius” ***** – One4Review
“Just outstandingly good at what he does” ***** – The List

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