Why not kick off the incredible Cornucopia festival with some laughs!
Top off your evening of entertainment by consuming some killer comedy from three hilarious comedians!
This is the fourth year for the Comedy Kitchen show and it always sells out so get your tickets!
Emcee: Steev Letts
Steev is a mildly thuggish but extremely lovable gay oaf. He finds inspiration in the many gross rituals that unite us all, and aims to make you laugh at that which makes you cringe. Steev’s style is loud, sweaty, self-deprecating and oddly sweet.
Steev recently won the 2018 Vancouver Yuk Off, and previously won Vancouver’s Funniest Amateur Comic contest.
Headlining Comic: Erica Sigurdson
Based in Vancouver BC, Erica Sigurdson is a dominating force in the Canadian Comedy scene as well as an award-winning writer. Her comedy festival credits include Montreal Just For Laughs, Winnipeg, Halifax, St. John’s, Moncton, P.E.I., Sudbury and Vancouver Comedy Festivals.
In addition to over 13 countless televised festival appearances, Erica has recorded her own Comedy Now! Special for CTV as well visiting Kandahar in 2006 to record a television special for CBC called Stand-Up in Kandahar which aired in the spring of 2007.
Erica just finished working as a story editor on season one of the new CBC comedy Mr. D. She has also written for a CTV television variety-show pilot, CBC situational comedy pilot and most notably co-wrote The 21st Annual Gemini Awards for which she and co-writer Peter Kelamis were awarded a Leo Award for ‘Best Screenwriting in a Comedy, Music or Variety Program or Series’.
Erica is a regular contributor to CBC radio programs, including The Current and Definitely Not The Opera and has been featured on the smash-hit radio show The Debaters a record twenty times.
Feature Comic: Yumi Nagashima
In less than three years, stand-up comedian and actress Yumi Nagashima is making the largest splash on the North American comedy scene with her sassy stage presence and unique point of view.
Yumi is a mainstay on the Vancouver comedy scene but she has performed in six different countries (USA, Australia, England, Germany, Japan and Canada.) You may have also heard her on the CBC radio program “The Debaters” She has been featured on Andy Kindler's Alternative showas a part of Just For Laugh North West.
She was also a finalist in the 2016 & 2017 Yuk Off Competition. Yumi is also an accomplished actress and has many acting credits to her name, including "The Man in the High Castle"(HBO).