Amy Vreeke is a stand-up comedian, actor, theatre maker, writer (and anything else you'll pay her for) based in Manchester.

Amy’s “slick delivery” (North Westend) took her to several prestigious stand up competition finals including The Leicester Square Theatre Comedy Awards and The Funny Women Awards.


She is currently touring a solo comedy theatre show ‘The Year My Vagina Tried to Kill Me’, based on her experience living with endometriosis, commissioned by Contact theatre and SICK! Festival and supported by Arts Council Englnd. This has gained wide media attention after Amy created a short video for the BBC that reached over 100K viewers (see on the 'videos' page).

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).

As well as performing and writing herself, Amy also facilitates theatre and comedy workshops for a range of ages and abilities.