Sikisa, a three-time nominee at the Leicester Comedy Festival and a highly acclaimed stand-up comedian, writer, and producer, has made a significant mark in the UK comedy scene. Recognized as a rising star, her performances are characterized by her authentic, fearless, and vibrant on-stage persona.
One of her standout achievements came in 2017 when she won the public vote in the BBC New Comedy Award, catapulting her career. Since then, she has rapidly gained prominence in the comedy circuit, becoming a sought-after act and MC at some of Britain's most prestigious comedy venues, including The Comedy Store, Angel Comedy, Frog & Bucket, 21 Soho, Komedia Comedy Club, and more. She has also provided tour support for acclaimed comedians Vikki Stone and Kiri Prichard-McClean.
Sikisa boasts an impressive list of credits, including appearances on Live At The Apollo, The BBC New Comedy Award (BBC), Jonathan Ross’ Comedy Club, Sorry I didn’t Know, and The Stand Up Sketch Show (ITV), among others. She has featured on Comedy Central Live and Pie & A Pint (Comedy Central), The Dog Ate My Homework (CBBC), and Period Dramas (BBC 3).
In addition to her television appearances, Sikisa's voice can be heard on shows such as Evil Genius and Perfect Sounds (BBC Sounds), DM's Are Open (BBC Radio 4), Wheel Of Misfortune (BBC Radio 1), The Leak, and Mach Fest (BBC Radio Wales), as well as Off Menu (Acast) and Films to be Buried With.
Sikisa's sold-out show, "Life of the Party," premiered at The Pleasance Courtyard in 2022, receiving numerous 4-star reviews and subsequently earning a transfer to the prestigious Soho Theatre.
Furthermore, Sikisa plays a leading role in the Soho Theatre Stand Up Labs Course, is an alumna of The Soho Theatre Young Company, and proudly belongs to The Cocoa Butter Club.