Washington DC’s smash hit comedy story interrogation show is storming Tokyo. Four people tell an incredible story—but only three of them are true. Listen, laugh, suspect, interrogate… then vote. Are you shrewd enough to spot the liar? The Washington Post called this show ‘storytelling at its finest… honest’, and DC Theatre Scene said ‘Wonderfully mischievous, intellectually stimulating’. We suggest you your tickets here in advance, it’s always a sell-out! You can read more about the show here.
All tickets include a drink, and if you’re quick you can get the early-bird tickets for 1,700. Regular tickets are 2,000 and reserved seating cost 2,500 yen – they can be bought online or at the door (but often sell out beforehand). The show starts at 8pm but arrive early to get a good seat, the doors open at 7pm.
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