• RACHEL ROSE REID


    "Immense skill and breathless conviction.

    There's no faulting Reid's command of her craft"
    The Times

    Rachel Rose Reid is a storyteller who bridges

    the worlds of oral tradition and spoken word,

    from rock festivals to theatres, and campfires to concert halls.

  • Immense skill and breathless conviction...There's no faulting Reid's command of her craft.

    A compelling teller of stories. She has a warm, engaging voice, a voice that draws the audience in, and an open, inviting style of performance...An air of the bittersweet permeates and old stories sound fresh in her mouth. Her delivery is polished, with not a word out of place

    Reid’s approach is so personal, idiosyncratic and unpredictable... It’s much more like Peter Shaffer reimagining Mozart – an artistic life retold, as the vehicle for another artist’s ideas and preoccupations. It’s marvellous.

    Recent years have witnessed a renaissance of spoken word. Rachel Rose Reid is at the forefront of this resurgence...a lesson in the power of a good story creatively told...astonishing.

    Queen of the New Wave of Storytellers. 

    Rachel Rose Reid is polished and compelling....definitely one to watch

  • Upcoming Performances

     

     

    Autumn Antics, Kew Gardens

    Rachel Rose Reid and the School of Comedy bring vibrant life to Autumn half term holidays with interactive performances. Learn the stories of gods, goddesses and mortals who gave their names to plants and trees that you can find on your adventures in the Gardens.
    19 October-3 November 2019 www.kew.org

    Tongue Fu @ Change Festival, Warwick Arts Centre

    A critically acclaimed and unique fusion of spoken word and music. Extraordinary poets and storytellers take risks, re-work material live with improvised soundtracks from a crack team of quick witted, genre-hopping musicians. Featuring Salena Godden, Rachel Rose Reid, Amerah Saleh, hosted by Chris Redmond and the Tongue Fu band.

    18 October 2019, to book tickets click here

    Tongue Fu @ The Gulbenkian

     

    A critically acclaimed and unique fusion of spoken word and music. Extraordinary poets and storytellers take risks, re-work material live with improvised soundtracks from a crack team of quick witted, genre-hopping musicians.

    Featuring Anthony Anaxagorou, Rachel Rose Reid, Julian Knxx, hosted by Francesca Beard and the Tongue Fu band.

    23 October 2019 to book tickets click here

     

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