As seen on ITV, BBC3 and Comedy Central
"She exudes a lively energy"
BBC New Comedy Award 2017 - FINALIST
Funny Women 2018 - REGIONAL FINALIST
GET UP, STAND UP COMPETITION 2019 - FINALIST
Welcome to my website or if you have just stumbled upon this by mistake because you were goggling weird names you are also welcomed!
Sikisa is a comedian, writer and producer from South London who has never forgotten her Barbadian roots (yes, the country famous for rum and Rihanna).
Sikisa has been named one to watch with her authentic, fearless and vivacious personality and on-stage presence since winning the public's vote in the 2017 BBC New Comedy Award competition, for which she was a finalist. She has quickly made a name for herself on the comedy circuit with her unique style and has become a regular performer and MC at some of the UK’s favourite comedy nights. She is also a two-time Leicester Festival Aware nominee for Best Newcomer 2020 and Best appearance 2021 with her work in progress shows.
In addition to performing and hosting, Sikisa curates and hosts two amazing female-based shows. Girl Code which is a comedy chat show and Stand Up for Women which is an annual comedy show raising money for charity, Solace Women’s Aid.
Outside of live work, Sikisa has featured on Jonathan Ross’ Comedy Club (ITV), The Dog Ate My Homework (CBBC), Pie And A Pint (Comedy Central) and Period Dramas (BBC 3), Evil Genius (BBC Sounds), Perfect Sounds (BBC Sounds), Wheel Of Misfortune (BBC Radio 1), The Leak and Mach Fest (BBC Radio Wales). She is also a regular writer on Newsjack (BBC Radio 4). She is also an alumni of The Soho Theatre Young Company and a proud member of The Cocoa Butter Club.
HELLO YOU AMAZING PEOPLE
Girl Code is a comedy panel show, hosted by Sikisa and featuring a cast of outspoken female women who are all going through varied life experiences, which include changing sexualities, everyday pressures, relationships, stereotypes and perceptions.
The panel consists of female comedians, who are of different backgrounds, different generations and different opinions, who all admit to being works in progress, bring their unique perspectives to a range of daily topics. During the show they discuss the topics of the day, mixing humour with intelligent debate. Basically imagine if Loose Women was more outrageous and funnier.
WATCH OUT AS NEW DATES FOR GIRL CODE LIVE SHOW WILL BE ANNOUCED SOON
In 2020, Sikisa has been working on her debut stand up hour and previewed it at the Leicester Comedy Festival, Brighton Festival and VAULT Festival. The show was nominated for Best newcomer at the Leicester Comedy Festival and Sikisa is excited to debut the show.
You can see her doing her work in progress across the UK in 2021/2022. Dates will be listed on the 'Come See Me' section