30s, Manchester, Northern
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Described by Rolling Stone as “the Rock’n’Roll star of British Comedy”, Rachel Fairburn is a comedian and writer from Manchester. 

She is known for the worldwide smash hit true crime podcast ‘All Killa No Filla’ which she co-hosts and co-writes, which has over a quarter of a million followers and was declared as one of the best podcasts of 2018 by The Guardian.  She has taken the podcast on several sell-out UK tours, including performing it at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in 2015, 2021, 2022 and 2023 as well as a tour of the US. She launched her latest podcast series ‘The Ghoul Guide’ in late 2022 in which she visits some of the UK’s most haunted locations. 

She is a regular on the UK stand-up circuit and has 6 acclaimed solo Edinburgh shows under her belt.  Her 2022 show ‘Can I Be Awful’ featured in ‘Best Jokes from the Edinburgh Fringe’ in The Times.  She has taken both her 2021 and 2022 Edinburgh shows on a UK tour.  In 2018 she featured in The Telegraph’s list of top Edinburgh shows. 

In 2023 she undertakes her biggest tour yet; 'Showgirl' will visit 37 towns and cities across the UK including London, Manchester, Glasgow, Birmingham, Newcastle and Brighton.

Rachel featured in Chortle’s ‘One to Watch’ list in 2020 and picked up the 2019 online content award from Joe.co.uk . She has also been a finalist of several prestigious competitions including Funny Women, City Life Comedian of the Year, the NATYS and English Comedian of the Year.

She regularly appears on TV, featuring in shows such as Richard Osman’s House of Games, The Russell Howard Hour Life Lessons and Alan Davies: As Yet Untitled.  She also appeared on BBC Presents: Stand Up For Live Comedy in 2020 and in Funny Festival Live, part of the BBC’s 2021 Festival of Funny.

She also has documentary experience, having narrated ‘Most Shocking TV Interviews Ever’ and ‘Embarrassing Sex Stories’ for Channel 5. 

Rachel has a native Manchester accent and can easily adapt to a Welsh accent as her father is Welsh. 

“Huge presence in a pint-sized frame" ★★★★ - Chortle
“Bright, brave and bitterly enjoyable" ★★★★ - The Skinny
“Gag-heavy, opinionated and smart" ★★★★ - Funny Women

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Showgirl (Stand-Up Comedy, 2023) – 'Self', UK Tour - 37 venues
Can I Be Awful (Theatre, 2022-2023) – 'Self', Edinburgh Fringe Festival & UK Tour
All Killa No Filla (Podcast, Ongoing - launched 2014) – 'Self', Podcast
The Ghoul Guide (Podcast, Ongoing - launched 2022) – 'Self', Podcast
Maniac (Theatre, 2021) – 'Self', Edinburgh Fringe Festival & UK Tour
The People's Princess (Theatre, 2019) – 'Self', Edinburgh Fringe Festival
The Wolf at the Door (Theatre, 2018) – 'Self', Edinburgh Fringe Festival
Her Majesty (Theatre, 2017) – 'Self' Edinburgh Fringe Festival
Skulduggery (Theatre, 2016) – 'Self', Edinburgh Fringe Festival

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BBC Stand Up for Live Comedy
Documentary: Most Shocking TV Interviews Ever (Channel 5) - Narrator
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Live at the Frog And Bucket
Stand Up: The Wolf at the Door (Edinburgh Fringe 2018)

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