Amy Vreeke is a comedy theatre maker, writer, mother, creative facilitator, and women’s health advocate based in Greater Manchester.
Amy’s “likably down to earth personality” (North Westend) and unique comic style immediately get audiences on her side, allowing her to talk about the most taboo topics with a charm and frankness that leaves “audiences splitting with laughter” (North Westend).
‘The Year My Vagina Tried to Kill Me’, was Amy’s first comedy solo show about her experience of the chronic disease endometriosis. It had a sell-out run at Manchester’s SICK! Festival and successful northern tour. The show gained wide media attention after Amy created a short video for the BBC that reached over 100K viewers.
Amy’s latest show ‘Glowing’ which explores maternal mental health was described as “honest, amusing and raw” (Canal Street Review). After glowing reviews for the shows October run at Contact Theatre in Manchester, it was due to tour in 2023. However, Amy is now due her second baby so, for now, it’s available to rent online via this link:
Follow Amy on Instagram @amyvreeke to see more hilarious, honest content of her navigating life, motherhood and chronic illness.