20th September 2018
Rachel's tearing into everything from the Harvey Weinstein scandal, to the 'Times Up' movement that's followed. As well as hellish auditions of her own and that time she was the shortest serving employee at Disney Land Paris.
Is Rachel Jackson a gangster, a genius or just a slutty little goldfish?
Rachel Jackson’s fringe debut 'Bunny Boiler' at The Pleasance Courtyard last year got a plethora of 5 and 4 star reviews. In 2017 she was nominated for both best new comedian at the Scottish Comedy Awards and the Scottish Variety Awards. Rachel has had leading roles in two feature films, Karen Gillan's directorial debut 'The Party's Just Beginning' and 'Beats' from Ken Loach's production company, Sixteen Films.
She created and starred in a 6 part mini-series with BBC Three called ‘Bunny Boiler’ and reached the Semi Finals of 'So You Think You're Funny'. She has gigged everywhere from Tokyo to LA to Beijing to Berlin and all over the UK, and has acted in shows such as ‘Outlander’, ‘Two Doors Down’ and ‘Scot Squad’.
|20/09 - 8:30pm||Book Tickets|
'Glorious performer' - Shappi Khorsandi
'Light years beyond other comedians' - Sunday Mail
'Jackson is a genius behind the mic' - Ed Fest Mag
'Unstoppable tour de force' - Daily Record
'Deserves to make a star out of the remarkable Rachel Jackson' - The New European
'Her full on personality is compelling. Jackson is indeed fun mad' - Steve Bennett