Thu, Jul
18

Perfect Liars Club – Birthday Edition

8:00pm – 10:30pm
¥2,000 – ¥2,500

Perfect Liars Club is the smash hit US comedy story interrogation show taking Tokyo by storm. Four people tell a story, and three are completely true, but one person is telling you a lie! Listen, laugh, interrogate, vote. Can you spot the liar?

July is a wonderful month because 19 million people share a birthday in July, including your fabulous MC. But that’s a little selfish, so this months theme will honor ALL the birthdays with four Suspects picked from a potential cast of 7 billion people telling you their story. PLUS if it’s your actual birthday on July 18th, send a message for a special entry pass!

Advance tickets cost ¥2,500 for reserved seats and ¥2,000 for regular while on the door tickets are ¥2,500 – all tickets include a drink. Doors open at 7pm and the show starts at 8pm – we suggest you arrive early to get a seat as it fills up fast!

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