*Rachel is back performing with LOOK LEFT LOOK RIGHT at the Edinburgh Festival. Following their 2008 Fringe First Award for THE CARAVAN (in which Rachel also performed) they now present YOU ONCE SAID YES.
Playing 15 x a day from 12.30 - 2.50pm, until August 29th 2011. Written by MORGAN LLOYD MALCOLM and KATIE LYONS. Directed by MIMI POSKITT.
*Rachel played Monica Jones, Phillip Larkin's long term love in SOMETHING HIDDEN a new play based on the life of Phillip Larkin written as part of the Larkin anniversary celebrations in Hull.
*Rachel recently appeared as Pascuala and Queen Isabella in a new version of FUENTE OVEJUNA at the Southwark Playhouse. (TIME OUT CRITIC'S CHOICE)
*Rachel's latest film MACBETH NO MORE was screened at the BFI (NFT2).
*Rachel performed in THE BOOTH PROJECT at Latitude Festival 2010. An intimate piece penned by some of the industry's hottest young writers: Katie Lyons, James Graham, Molly Davies, Charlie Covell, Morgan Lloyd Malcolm and Verity Woolnough.
*Rachel appeared as Alice Arden in ARDEN OF FAVERSHAM at the Rose Theatre, Bankside June 8 - July 7 2010.
*Rachel has recently completed playing the role of Uisce the witch in thrice BAFTA nominated director Suri Krishnamma's film MACBETH NO MORE. This film completes Suri's trilogy of modern takes on Shakespeare's tragedies.
* Rachel recently performed in rehearsed readings of Zoe Cooper's GIRL ON GIRL at Theatre 503 (Rapid Write Response), and Karis Halsall's FINE LINES for Hampstead Theatre's Start Night.
*2009 saw Rachel being selected by popular playwright Richard Bean to play Baz in the premiere of his play PUB QUIZ IS LIFE at HULL TRUCK THEATRE. Rachel also completed a fourth season of THE CARAVAN with a residency at THE ROUNDHOUSE; having previously done a national tour and a residency at the ROYAL COURT. Originally she performed the piece at the EDINBURGH FESTIVAL where the Company were awarded a FRINGE FIRST, and received a TOTAL THEATRE AWARD nomination.
The production was selected for examination on NEWSNIGHT REVIEW, and was highly praised by the panel. (See reviews section)
* Since March 2008, Rachel has been a weekly columnist for her local papers, the Enfield Advertiser and Gazette. Her column focusses on her experiences as a jobbing actress.