Rachel Parris is an award-winning musical comedian, actor and improviser.
As a comedian, she has won critical acclaim for her solo shows which have run at the Edinburgh Fringe, the Soho Theatre London and on national tours, and has been awarded Best Musical Comedy Show (Whats On London), Best Jokes of the Fringe (Telegraph), nominated for Best Show 2016 (Funny Women) and recommended as a Pick of the Fringe by the Guardian.
She is also an experienced improviser, and is a founding member of the award-winning improv comedy smash hit Austentatious, an Edinburgh Fringe sell-out show, UK Tour sell-out, with a residency in London's West End and has been broadcast on BBC Radio 4. Rachel has also improvised with The Beau Zeaux, The Bishop, Monkey Toast and the Comedy Store Players.
She has made several appearances on BBC Radio 4 and BBC 6 Music, most recently in The Now Show, and on TV, she appeared in the highly anticipated IT Crowd Special on Channel 4, which was nominated in the Bafta Awards. Rachel presented the Game of Thrones fanshow, Thronecast, on Sky Atlantic and she has appeared in BBC2's Murder In Successville, Russell Howard's Good News, satirical sketch show Revolting and is currently on BBC2's topical comedy show The Mash Report.
For 2018, Rachel Parris will tour throughout March with her Keynote Tour - and before she even embarked on this tour, announced another! Throughout September and through into April 2019 she'll tour her It's Fun To Pretend show across the country.
She will also perform at the 100 Hearts charity gala in February alongside Rob Brydon, Dara O Briain and James Acaster. Catch her live by checking out the tour dates and concert ticket information below on Stereoboard.