Rachel Creeger is an award winning comedian, director and writer. She has been running and compering comedy gigs for adults and children since 2011.
Her debut solo show ‘It’s No Job For A Nice Jewish Girl’ won the Best Comedy award at the Greater Manchester Fringe, sold out over 80% of its Edinburgh run, and even most of its previews. It achieved a 4 star review from Funny Women, which you can read here: http://funnywomen.com/2017/08/24/no-job-nice-jewish-girl/
“A confident and charismatic performer ★★★★ ” Funny Women
“Creeger is never anything less than truly fascinating.” Views From The Gods
Rachel is currently resident MC for the popular 'Upstairs at the Adam & Eve' in North London, now in its 6th season, which attracts household names, a loyal audience and regularly sells out. Rachel is also the host for new pro comedy night ‘OSO Funny!’ at the OSO Arts Centre in Barnes. She can be seen around the London circuit, as a popular opener, middle act and compere.
“The crowd loved you!” The Good Ship Comedy Club
"Rachel Creeger is so good it's bordering on unfair. A delightful and funny comic." Mark Dolan
"Naturally funny and charming." Patrick Monahan
“Funny and incisive – Creeger is a woman of our time!” Lynne Parker, Funny Women
Over the years she’s booked, MC'd and performed sets at comedy events for private individuals, community groups and charities including Action Duchenne, Norwood, The Langdon Foundation, and run comedy writing and performance courses in London and Jerusalem.
This summer at the Edinburgh Fringe, Rachel was a host and guest on the 'Funny Women Fest' at the Gilded Balloon and Sajeela Kershi's multi-award-winning show 'Immigrant Diaries' at The Stand.
As a director she’s best known for comedic theatre productions including the award nominated, sell out fringe show 'Mancunian Rhapsody', and some awesome stand up comedian's solo shows, including Ria Lina’s 4★ 'Dear Daughter' (winner of Best Comedy Show at the Greater Manchester Fringe - in effect she has stolen her own crown!)
Writer/Director credits include dark comedy "Staffroom" (voted Most Audience Recommended Show at the Camden Fringe) and 4★ reviewed ‘An Insomniac’s Guide To Ambulances’. She was also a Script Associate on the show 2525 for BBC Radio 4 (John Stanley Productions).
An Insomniac’s Guide To Ambulances
★★★★ “Unusual and thought-provoking” The Reviews Hub
★★★★ “Well-written and confidently produced” FemaleArtsMagazine
★★★★ “Deeply compelling” Views From the Gods
"Great audience interaction, and impeccable production values." Everything Theatre
“Terrific use of audience interaction... the highlight of the experience." Broadway Baby