The Improvazilla Show
Tokyo’s hilarious and longest-running improv comedy show!
Next Show is Friday, January 25th. Reserve Below!
Audience participation that leaves you feeling great. Improvazilla features the some of the best improv in Tokyo! Join us as we perform improvised games and scenes based on your suggestions - anything can happen and often does! We fly between an always-changing variety of games, genres, and stories in the first act, and then finish off the show with an improvised Musical Premiere based on title you suggest!
Reservations: You can just drop on in, but the tables go quickly, so reserve a table right now if you don't like sitting at the bar. You will receive an automatic reply confirming your reservation.
Our Shows are all on the final Friday of the month in 2019:
January 25th, February 22nd, March 29th, April 26th, May 25th, June 28th, July 26th, August 30th, September 27th, October 25th, November 29th, no show in December.
What to expect:
Hilarious scenes based on your suggestions, soaring melodies, wild characters, and memorable stories will leave you humming our improvised songs as you leave. Each month is brand-new, with unforgettable characters caught up in bizarre situations made up on the spot!
Smoke-free Comedy, because we care about you!
A night out on the town that might leave you breathless, but in a good way.
Click here for a Google map to Crocodile in Shibuya.
We open at 7:30 so you can get settled in before the show starts. Food is served all night by the Crocodile's friendly staff, with a full menu including pizza, pasta, dinner plates and, yes, crocodile.
¥1500 for two-point-five hours of laughter, plus a one-drink minimum purchase--like that'll be a problem! There's a full food menu, so you can come straight from work and eat at the show. Plus, the Crocodile stays open late, so you can stick around after the show and have a few more drinks if you'd like. We're easy to find- just head up Meiji Dori towards Harajuku from Shibuya station, and you'll find the Crocodile on your right.
What does our audience think? Have a listen: