As seen on Channel 4, Vittorio Angelone is an oddly-named comedian from Belfast. Since he started stand-up he has been making waves in London and back home in Belfast with his playfully acerbic style including beating King Gong at the Comedy Store in London and regular performances at Angel Comedy, The Poodle Club, Limelight Comedy Club and Lavery’s Comedy Club with sold out performances alongside Abandoman, Colin Geddis, Micky Bartlett, Nathan Caton, Rhys James and Shane Todd. He also runs The 42 Comedy Club in Dalston.
"Very Impressive." The Comedy Store, London
"Don’t let the exotic name fool you, Vittorio is every bit a Belfast boy with all the sharp witted humour and story telling ability you’d imagine." Lavery’s Comedy Club
"Watching Vittorio Angelone is like driving a Ferrari blind folded with a pint of Guinness in your hand"