'Jackson is a genius behind the microphone, deserving of every success she encounters. Her stage presence and likeable personality makes you fall in love with her positive way of thinking. If you are looking for a full hour of non-stop laughter, you can bet Jackson will deliver.' *****
-Ed Fest Mag
' (she) deserves to attract a large audience and to make a star out of the remarkable Rachel Jackson.' ****
-The New European
'Unstoppable tour de force.'
'Clearly a talent to watch.'
- Remote Goat
a fine balance of both well-written and raucous.
- The Skinny
Edinburgh native Rachel Jackson relocated to London several years ago after attending the prestigious Rose Bruford College. She is a Spotlight Prize nominee and has an impressive list of TV credits, including Outlander (Sony Pictures) Two Doors Down (BBC Scotland) Scot Squad (The Comedy Unit/BBC Scotland) as well as work with ITV and Channel 4. She wrote and starred in a the online series 'Bunny Boiler' for BBC3 in 2017.
She was the face of Irn-Bru in a nationwide advertising campaign and she has performed her first show ‘Memoirs of a Bunny Boiler’ has been performed in London, Kent, Edinburgh, Glasgow and Newcastle.
Rachel debuted at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in 2017 to mass critical acclaim with her show 'Bunny Boiler.' Her unique brand of energy, honesty and infectious enthusaiasm earned her glowing reviews and cemented her position as one of Scotland's brightest actor performers.
Rachel has also starred in two feature films set for release in 2018. The first, 'The Party's Just Beginning' is Karen Gillam's directorial debut and the second 'Beats' was produced by Sixteen Films.