The Pirates of Tokyo Bay is a short-form improv comedy group in Tokyo. A similar style to “Whose Line is it Anyway?”, this show will be in both English and Japanese, so there’s something for everyone! Given the current scenario they have moved to the virtual world to create an improv comedy show that you can enjoy from the comfort and safety of your own home! The live show will stream here, but suggestions will be taken from their Instagram account.
The show is free but donations are welcome – for reference these are the usual prices: ¥2,000 for a standard ticket, ¥2,250 for a reserved ticket, and ¥8,000 for a group section.
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