Thursday 4th, 7.30pm, Main Stage
All tickets £5
Is Rachel ever honestly present in the moment? Seeing herself in someone else’s reflection sparks thoughts she only admits to herself in the middle of the night. Or on stage. Sometimes it takes a little darkness to shine a light on the truth. A new show from the comedian behind ‘It’s No Job For A Nice Jewish Girl.’
Winner of Best Comedy Award at the Greater Manchester Fringe 2017. As heard on BBC London Radio. ‘Very, very funny’ – Jewish Chronicle. ‘A confident and charismatic performer ★★★★ ‘ – Funny Women. ‘Tight writing, sharp performance and a beautifully zany imagination.’ – The Brighton Source
Rachel Creeger is an award winning comedian and the only practising orthodox Jewish female comic currently performing on the UK comedy circuit. She is a regular guest on BBC Radio London, providing a comedic look at the news. In 2018 she was invited onto BBC 3CR to discuss Jewish comedy and previously Rachel was a script associate on BBC R4 futuristic comedy sketch show 2525. She is well known as the resident compere of established London comedy club ‘Upstairs at the Adam & Eve’. Rachel is also an award winning director and playwright specialising in comedy, with a long list of credits to her name including West End and touring shows.