Called “the proverbial love child of Victoria Wood and Tim Minchin" by the press, Vikki Stone is an award winning musical comedian best known for her original comedy songs and appearances on the likes of The John Bishop Show (BBC1), The Now Show (Radio 4) and the BBC’s Ten Pieces which was screened in cinemas nationwide in 2015.
Her shows at Edinburgh’s Comedy Festival played to sell-out houses for three consecutive years, and were 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.
Vikki has filmed a TED talk at CERN and has been commissioned to write a comedy choral piece with a world premiere at the Royal Albert Hall.
Whilst training, Vikki attended prestigious music schools, Wells Cathedral School and The Royal Academy Of Music, and was awarded a Foundation Fellowship by Wells in 2013 and The Royal Academy Of Music have recently presented Vikki with the honour of Associate of The Royal Academy (ARAM), so she has more letters after her name, than in her name: VIKKI STONE PG DIP RAM LRAM ARAM.