Rachael is a recipient of the Jerwood Live Work Fund and was the inaugural winner of the Eclipse Award, which supported Edinburgh Fringe 2019 runs of NIGHTCLUBBING and OUT, where both shows were nominated for Total Theatre awards and Rachael was named the British Council’s Artist to Watch.   Rachael is Associate Artist with Something to Aim For. 


Recent work includes: THIRST TRAP (Fuel) an audio experience exploring the climate crisis; Living Newspaper Edition 6 (Royal Court), Herstory (Brighton Festival) a visual audio experience as part of Brighton Festival; BLACKLASH (Gate Theatre), a series of informal discussions providing Black Artists with a chance to reflect on their practice and their position within the wider arts sector and My White Best Friend (Royal Court). Their work is presented widely across the UK and internationally including at The Place, The Yard, Skopje Pride, Live Collision (Dublin), Theatre de L’Usine (Geneva), and ImPulsTanz (Vienna International Dance Festival).

Rachael also works as a lecturer, mentor, and outside eye for other artists.  You can follow Rachael on Twitter @Rachaelraymck