Vikki Stone is a comedian, musician, actress and writer and the winner of The Soho Theatre Stand Up Award.
Recently described as ‘the bastard love-child of Tim Minchin and Victoria Wood’ her unique comedy style has made her one of the fastest rising stars of British comedy. She appears regularly on Television and Radio as well as performing at major clubs, festivals and theatres.
Her shows at Edinburgh’s Comedy Festival have played to sell-out houses for three consecutive years, and has been listed by The Independent as their Top Ten To See In Edinburgh, and as The Observer’s Top Five Edinburgh Acts. Her Edinburgh show 'Hot Mess' added extra shows due to demand.
Her TV appearances include 'I'm a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here ...Now (ITV2) 'That Sunday Night Show' and 'This Morning' (ITV1) 'Secret Service' (BBC1) 'The Hilary Devey Story' (BBC2) 'Britain in Bed' 'and Most Annoying' (BBC3), 'Flash Prank' (MTV), “The Hour” (STV), and “Greatest Ever 3D Moments” (Channel 4).
In 2013 Vikki’s show “Definitely’ toured the UK after its success at Edinburgh.
In 2014 Vikki was announced as the presenter of Fubar Radio’s Friday Night Show.
Vikki is also the voice of BBC3’s Impractical Jokers.
“really very good stand-up... she delivers quite a punch - cleverly constructed stuff with some terrific one-liners, a great gift for smilingly handing you an unexpectedly awful image and smart little callbacks woven into not just the chat, but the songs too.
She is a woman to watch”
Kate Copstick, The Scotsman
The Observer Top 5 Edinburgh Acts
Winner of Soho Theatre Stand Up Award
Top 10 To See in Edinburgh - The Independent
Best New Show Nominee - Leicester Comedy Festival
Hackney Empire New Act of The Year - Finalist
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