Katerina Vrana, was born and raised in Greece, now lives in London and does stand-up in both Greek and English, sometimes simultaneously.
She has been a Funny Women Finalist, a TEDx performer, has appeared on BBC1, BBC World, BBC Radio 4, Radio 5 Live, has gigged in the UK, Greece, Australia and the States and until late 2013 co-ran and MC’d Angel Comedy, one of London’s most successful comedy clubs.
Her first solo shows in Greece were a huge success, selling out in 2012 and 2013 and she started up the first ever comedy open mic night in Greece, “5 Λεπτά ΔΟΞΑΣ”, with Lambros Fisfis (Laughing Horse New Act Finalist 2009).
Following sell-out shows of her debut solo show “Feta With The Queen” at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival, the Brighton Fringe and the Edinburgh Festival Fringe in 2013, Katerina was invited to present “Katerina’s Krisis Kabaret” as part of Greece is the Word – The Culture Behind The Crisis at the Southbank Centre in London on October 19th, a day celebrating Greek creativity in the written and spoken word. The evening sold out two weeks in advance.
She has spent most of 2014 so far performing sell-out runs of “Feta With The Queen” in Greek and English in London, at the Adelaide Fringe Festival, and now in Athens.
In October 2014 she opened Greece’s only comedy club, Gazi Comedy Club in Athens.
FINALIST – Funny Women Awards 2009
TEDx Performer (TEDx Thessaloniki) 2012