Queen Elizabeth Theatre | Vancouver, British Columbia
Malaysian-Chinese comedian Ronny Chieng is kicking off his newest live show. Embarking on THE LOVE TO HATE IT TOUR, he's taking his honest takes on relevant and hilarious topics around the world. Known for his relevant conversations on political and societal topics, he's now giving us a reason to love hating whatever he's got in store for the trek. The hatin' game is coming to town at Queen Elizabeth Theatre on Friday, February 23 of the new year. As a senior correspondent of Comedy Central's "The Daily Show", the man has inspired and sparked conversations across relevant issues, raising awareness in a creative way, especially through his comedy-gold spiels. With a jam-packed schedule including two Netflix specials, the beloved comic just keeps getting better. He's no stranger on the screen, and his shows are definitely a fantastic experience live on stage. From a Malaysian international student in Australia, he's come a long way. Don't miss out by booking your tickets now!
Ronny Chieng is hitting the stage. A shining star in the vast world of comedy, the Malaysian-Chinese comic is giving us a reason to love hating whatever he's got to share. Embarking on THE LOVE TO HATE IT TOUR, he's taking his signature brand of comedy-gold content, hilarious and relevant conversations on politics, society, and anything under the sun, to the live stage. Since his first live shows, every city bursts with excitement as he brings his beloved hour-specials to town. Now, he's set to get us feeling some hate, and we're all in!
The beloved comic has been a global sensation. With Netflix specials under his name, including "Asian Comedian Destroys America!", his stand-up performances have become a hit. He also starred in various films such as "Crazy Rich Asians", Marvel's "Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings", "American Born Chinese", "M3GAN", "Joy Ride", and many more. Following some initial uncertainty, he's now confirmed his upcoming Hulu release, "Inferior Chinatown".
Ronny Chieng proudly represents the Asian-American community, with his body of work making an impact on social issues that need to be talked about. People around the globe have tuned in and become inspired by his dedication to raising awareness, albeit integrated into his comedy-gold spiels. "You want these stories to be told and you don't think anyone else is doing them," he shared in an interview with Esquire. "We need to talk about these issues, because if I don't talk about it, no one else is going to talk about it, or no one's going to care in the way that I care about it," explaining how The Daily Show team respects and supports the stories he chooses to highlight on the program.
It all began at at 2013 comedy festival in Melbourne, performing alongside Trevor Noah. By 2015, he was asked to audition for The Daily Show, and the rest was history. In 2016, he co-wrote and starred in "Ronny Chieng: International Student", his own sitcom inspired by his experience as a Malaysian living in Australia. From then on, the world was hooked. With film appearances and Netflix specials, he's no stranger in the global eye.
Taking THE LOVE TO HATE IT TOUR to Vancouver, it's bound to be a wild night with Ronny Chieng. Book your tickets now!