Ed Hill presents: Stupid Ed at the Effie - Kamloops

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Ed Hill presents: Stupid Ed at the Effie - Kamloops

An Off-Broadway preview of Ed Hill's next comedy special. Doors 7:30 Comedy 8pm 422 Tranquille Rd 16+ Licensed Event

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The Effie Arts Collective 422 Tranquille Road Kamloops, BC V2B 3G8 Canada

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After his critically acclaimed comedy special "Candy and Smiley" on Amazon Prime, comedian Ed Hill is previewing his follow up show "Stupid Ed" at the Effie Arts Collective for one night before debuting it on off-off Broadway in NYC.

Originally from Taiwan, Ed is an award-winning comic who moved to Vancouver, British Columbia, thinking he was on vacation at his father's discretion.

In 2021, Ed became the first comedian of Taiwanese-Canadian descent to release a full one hour comedy special titled “Candy & Smiley” with Comedy Dynamics. The special was named “Top 15 Comedy Specials of 2021” by Paste Magazine and “Best of 2021” by NPR Radio. The special is currently streaming worldwide on Amazon Prime and Apple TV.

Ed has performed all over the world. He was voted "Best Vancouver Comedian of 2016" by Vancouver Courier Magazine, and "Best Vancouver Comedian of 2015" by Vancouver Courier Magazine and The Georgia Straight, and named "Comic to Watch" in 2018 by Reader's Digest Magazine and in 2015 by Canadian Immigrant Magazine. He has also appeared on AXS TV's "Gotham Comedy Live", "Laughs" on FOX, TED talks, and XM Radio. He was also invited to perform at the Just For Laughs Northwest Comedy Festival, the Hong Kong Comedy Festival, NXNE, San Francisco Comedy Festival, and many more.

Ed's tweets have also been featured on "The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon", Buzzfeed, and The Huffington Post.

Ed is still currently on vacation with his potato-like dogs.

"Vulnerable and unforgettable."

-Paste Magazine