Ronny Chieng - The Ron Way

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Stand-up show starring Ronny Chieng performed on the following days in August 2013...

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Winner Best Newcomer, Melbourne International Comedy Festival 2012. Ronny doesn't want to be liked. His bold matter-of-fact stance is a breath of fresh air among comics who just want you to love them. But he'll get you on side with his hilarious determination to show he has the comic skills, academic brilliance and all-round credentials to make you laugh. A lot. Plus he'll prove once and for all that being Chinese is really cool. 'Witheringly condescending ... bluntly funny ... impressive.' **** (Chortle.co.uk). 'Chieng has a rapid-fire, confident style that never lets up ... terrific.' **** (Age.com).

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WINNER - Best Newcomer, Melbourne International Comedy Festival 2012.

NOMINATED - Best of the Fest - Sydney Comedy Festival 2013.

Ronny Chieng LLB BCom (Melb) GradDip in Legal Practice (ANU) is a Chinese guy born in Malaysia, educated in Singapore, the US and Australia. Ronny doesn't want to be liked. His unique international perspective and matter-of-fact comic stance is a breath of fresh air among a newer generation of comics who just want you to love them. Ronny will get you on side with his hilarious determination to show he has the comic skills, academic brilliance and all-round credentials to make you laugh, a lot. Plus, he'll prove once and for all that being Chinese is really cool.

Soho Theatre, Century Entertainment and Underbelly are delighted to bring Ronny Chieng to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe for his debut performance. Ronny has previously appeared at Just for Laughs in Montreal, alongside some of the world's top comedians, and played to packed houses at Soho Theatre. Ronny has been a fixture on Australian television recently, starring alongside lauded surrealist Sam Simmons in his ABC1 show, Problems.