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Rachel has recently starred alongside Karl Pilkinton in Sick Of It (Sky),  Julia Davis in Sally4Ever (Sky/HBO) and the highly acclaimed Whenever You’re Ready written and directed by Craig Ainsley which made its online premier on Short Of The Week. It has since been picked up by Film ShortageNowness, Omeleto and is currently being developed as a sitcom.

“A testament to the power of performance… so compelling and so painfully believable it’s impossible to take your eyes off it” – Short Of The Week

“One of the funniest films on Vimeo right now” – Vimeo

“Hilarious and Terrifying” – Julian Barratt

Other acting work includes BAFTA nominated feature film, The Ghoul, GameFace (E4) and Richard Herrings AIOTM. 

Rachel is currently developing her short Good Grief as a feature film. This will mark her directorial debut on a full-length motion picture. Shooting dates to be announced soon.

Always a lover of film, Rachel runs and curates Shooting The Breeze at Kino Cinema in Bermondsey. A popular film night attracting filmmakers including The Daniels, Jim Cummings, Alice Lowe, Don’t Hug Me I’m Scared, Sean Wing and Gareth Tunley.

It’s a valuable platform for mini cinematic gems that might otherwise fly under the radar – Shooting the Breeze puts beautiful, short, cinematic pieces up on the silver screen where they belong.” – The Independent

Pressy bits:

“Hysterically funny. Brilliant Performances.” – Larry Charles (director of Curb, Borat, Bruno)

“I was utterly thrilled by the show, by her manner, and her material and I really really loved it a lot… this show is really really good and she is really good too.” – Daniel Kitson

the comic performance from Rachel Stubbings stood out” – Jason Solomons (Film critic)

“Sharp witted…destined for hugeness” – Time Out

“very few jokes…as infectious – and welcome – as crabs” – Steve Bennett (Chortle)