Tony Vino has been touring the comedy scene since early 2005 performing across the UK and internationally. He is best known for the way he seamlessly mixes well thought out observational humour with audience interaction and quick witted responses. His life and interests are wide
ranging, and so is his material, all performed in a warm, friendly and non-offensive style. When hosting festivals and corporate events Tony’s confident effervescent persona has been found ideal for engaging crowds in their 100’s and 1000’s.
Well aware of social and political issues Tony has been called upon to entertain at many high profile events for charities such as Christian Aid, Oxfam, Fairtrade Foundation and TearFund. He’s also been the tour support act for TV acts such as Jimmy Cricket and Tim Vine. He travels internationally performing at resorts and on cruises. He has performed for TV & Radio and was even called upon to be the warm up comedian for BBC’s Songs of Praise (a low point in his career).
“A Great Show the assured Tony Vino copes with a mixed audience really well” Kate Copstic, The Scotsman
“Uplifting style, great delivery and consistently funny throughout” Sam Walker, BBC Manchester
“Tony is very funny, a class act and always comes up with the goods” Darren Goddard, Greenbelt Festival Events
“Funny, straight-talking. Not afraid to dabble with religious issues, silly not sacrilegious.” Tim Park BBC Website
“Warm, engaging, funny and likeable, everything you want in a comedian” Lunacy Comedy
“Tony was delightful, he had 1000 people fully engaged and laughing throughout” Paul Jennings, ASDA Head of Communications
“Comedy that’s life affirming” BBC1 Heaven & Earth Show
“Socially aware inoffensive fun” The List
“Such a class act” Steve Legg, Sorted Magazine
“Tony Vino makes me laugh on and off stage. He’s always funny and has some of the same letters as my name”.
“Tony is a clean, fresh, family-friendly comedian. And there’s More; like my boots Tony knows how to give a joke welly!”
“A Great Show the assured Tony Vino copes with a mixed audience really well”