Wed, May
09

Pete Johansson – International Comedy Headliner

7:30pm – 10:30pm
¥3,000 (advance sales)¥4,000 (on the door)

Pete Johansson has earned the title of global headlining comic with a relentless schedule that takes him to every corner of the globe with his unique socially progressive and intellectually challenging, yet accessible, comedy. This demand was recently bolstered with his first comedy special You Might Also Enjoy Pete Johannson released by Netflix simultaneously in 82 countries and a critically acclaimed and powerful appearance on Comedy Central’s This is Not Happening. A relentless writer, and social critic you can always expect an engaging and intriguing show from this once-in-a-lifetime comedian.

The show will be opened by a small lineup of local comics from the Tokyo scene. A full drink and food menu is available at the venue, so come and have their famous fish and chips and a beer before the show starts.

This event is non-smoking.

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