Vikki Stone is an award winning writer, composer, actor and comedian.
Current writing projects include:
Aladdin for the Lyric Hammersmith (opening November 2020)
#zoologicalsociety for Theatre Royal & Derngate, Northampton (concept album released 27th March 2020, with sheet music published by Faber Music, also released on the same date.)
“Marvin” from #zoologicalsociety was shortlisted for the 2019 Stiles and Drew prize for Best New Song and "The Something Else" has recently been nominated for the 2020 Award.
Vikki has written two classical works: firstly, a massed choral piece commissioned by the National Youth Choir of Great Britain, which premiered at The Royal Albert Hall, and also “The Concerto For Comedian and Orchestra” which premiered at Glastonbury Festival. The Arts Desk described it as “something of a masterpiece”.
She has appeared on many TV and Radio shows, including: The John Bishop Show, BBC One, The Now Show, BBC Radio 4, This Morning, ITV, The BBC Proms Podcast for BBC Radio 3, That Sunday Night Show, ITV, I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here....Now, ITV 2, and many others. She also stars in the BBC Music film Ten Pieces II, which was in cinemas, as well as on BBC2 and CBBC.
2020 - Stiles and Drew Best New Song - Nominee
2019 - Best Musical Show - Leicester Comedy Festival - Winner
2019 - Stiles and Drew Best New Song - Nominee
2017 - BBC Radio Awards - Best Podcast - Finalist
2015 - HClub100 Award for Theatre and Performance - Winner
2011 - Best New Show - Leicester Comedy Festival - Nominee
2011 - Soho Theatre Stand-Up Award - Winner
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.
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