Yuriko Kotani

Yuriko is a UK-based Japanese comedian, who began performing stand-up in 2014. She was named as ‘one to watch’ by Time Out and won the BBC Radio New Comedy Award in 2015. Yuriko appeared on Russell Howard’s Stand Up Central in 2016 and in BBC Three’s Pls Like in 2017. Following a successful work-in-progress run, she will return to Edinburgh in 2018. Yuriko is available for corporate work too.

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    Yuriko Kotani on the BBC World Service

    Yuriko Kotani is recording a special edition of The Arts Hour at the BBC Radio Theatre in December. She joins a line-up of hand-picked UK-based international comedians for the show, which will be broadcast on the BBC World Service on New Year's Eve. The programme will also be available via the Red Button. Yuriko won the BBC Radio New Comedy Award in 2015.  

    Yuriko Kotani joins MWAM

    We're excited to announce our latest signing: Yuriko Kotani. Yuriko is a UK-based Japanese comedian, who began performing stand-up in 2014. She was named as ‘one to watch’ by Time Out and won the BBC Radio New Comedy Award in 2015. Following a successful work-in-progress run at Edinburgh Fringe in August, Yuriko is performing Green in English, Blue in Japanese at the Museum of Comedy on Friday 6 October and makes her solo hour debut next year.

RT @ThePleasance Next up on the 8th Dec, @bbcnewcomedy18 2015 winner, @YurikoComedy presents a work in progress. You'll have seen Yuriko on Russell Howard's Stand Up Central and BBC3's Pls Like. bit.ly/2OYvhRC pic.twitter.com/b3RMctDtw3

About 24 minutes ago from Yuriko Kotani's Twitter