Rachel Parris

News: Lip Sync Shows For Marcus Brigstocke And Rachel Parris

Comedy club Always Be Comedy, which is currently running online, is launching a lip sync-inspired night featuring Marcus Brigstocke and Rachel Parris.
This follows the success of the real-life couple's home-made lip sync performances which they have been posting during lockdown. They also did Robbie Williams and Blur on the BBC sketch show Comedians Home Alone.
The first night of Rachel Parris & Marcus Brigstocke's Tuesday Night Club (with Always Be Comedy).


News: New Ski Resort Comedy Festival Launches

A new comedy festival is to launch in France.Let’s Get Comédie will take place in the Portes Soleil ski area in Les Gets from January 20 - 24 and will feature a mix of English-speaking and French-speacking comedians.

Acts already confirmed include Mash Report star Rachel Parris, Marcus Brigstocke, Tom Wrigglesworth, Ian Moore, Paul Taylor, physical comedy act Men in Coats and French musical comedian Redouanne Harjane.


News: Rachel Parris Goes Back On Tour In 2020

BAFTA Nominated comedian and star of BBC Two’s The Mash Report, Rachel Parris will tour the UK in Spring 2020, with a brand-new show about big life changes, titled All Change Please. The tour includes three warm up dates at London’s Soho Theatre before officially starting in Brighton on 24th April 2020 and concluding in Leeds at the City Varieties on 27th June 2020.


News: All-Star Comedy Line-Up Stands Up for Amnesty International

Bisha K Ali, Aisling Bea, Kemah Bob, Camilla Cleese, Jessica Fostekew, Hot Brown Honey, Rosie Jones, Phill Jupitus, Shappi Khorsandi, Nish Kumar, Rose Matafeo, Rachel Parris, Sara Pascoe, Grace Petrie, Paul Sinha, Alison Spittle, Juliet Stevenson, Tiff Stevenson, Sindhu Vee and Felicity Ward are to take part in two major Anmnesty International gigs at the Edinburgh Fringe.


News: Comedians Sign Up For Impossible Show

Russell Kane, Rachel Parris, Imran Yusuf and Craig Hill are among the celebrities who have signed up for game show Impossible Celebrities, which is making its way to primetime BBC One this summer, hosted by Rick Edwards.

Across six episodes 18 celebrity contestants will compete for the chance to win £10,000 for a charity of their choice.

Interview: Rachel Parris

A slightly longer version of this interview appeared in the Evening Standard in April


TV Preview: A Girl's Guide To TV, BBC2

This one-off has slipped into the schedules without much of a fanfare. Which I'm surprised about because it is fronted by the breakout star of The Mash Report, Rachel Parris.

In fact it is co-written by Parris and comedian Tom Neenan, who was also involved in The Mash Report so don't be shocked if there is a bit of a stylistic overlap. 


News: Rachel Parris, Joel Dommett & More Join Latitude Line-Up

Rachel Parris and Joel Dommett are among the comedy acts that have been added to this year's Latitude Festival line-up.

News: Rachel Parris Extends Tour Well Into 2019

Rachel Parris has extended her It's Fun To Pretend will into 2019 due to demand.

There are now lots more dates from March 1 at Bromsgrove Artrix.

The new tour will see Parris showcasing a combination of her trademark comic anthems and her relatable, bittersweet stand-up alongside brand new material looking at the insane events of this year.


News: Festival Award For Rachel Parris

Rachel Parris has become the fourth recipient of the annual Bath Plug Award, presented by Bath Comedy Festival each year for significant achievement or contribution to British and World comedy. 

The award, a specially engraved golden bath plug on a purple ribbon, places Rachel in great company - previous winners have been Terry Jones, Peter Richardson and Barry Cryer.



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