Rachel Creeger – Hinayni!

Comedy (stand-up, solo show)

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  • Accessibility:
    Sight not needed
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Seeing herself in someone else's reflection highlights honest thoughts Rachel only admits to herself in the middle of the night. Or on stage. Is she ever truly present in the moment? Sometimes it takes a little darkness to shine a light on the truth. A new show from the award-winning comedian behind It's No Job For A Nice Jewish Girl. Winner of Best Comedy at the Greater Manchester Fringe 2017. **** (FunnyWomen.com). 'Very, very funny' (Jewish Chronicle). 'Tight writing, sharp performance and a beautifully zany imagination' (BrightonSource.co.uk). As heard on BBC Radio London.

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  • Sight not needed
  • Accessible entry: Queuing will begin outside the venue in the Med Quad courtyard. A staff member will then escort the queue inside
  • Wheelchair access type: Level Access

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Jason Rosam 93 days ago

What a highlight of this years Fringe experience and a super way to spend an hour just before lunch. I was smiling from ear to ear watching the whole of Rachel's show and laughing out loud during most of it. This beautiful lady is funny. She tells each story in a very engaging way and I am delighted I now know what Hinayni! means. Go see the show to find out and you'll leave with a massive smile on your face.

CHERYL BOOKATZ 93 days ago

Really enjoyed Rachel's show; delightfully funny throughout yet poignantly touching at surprising moments. A wonderful uplifting show.

Benita 93 days ago

Rachel is warm and funny and has a real knack of including the audience in her anecdotes.
The show takes you through her life from primary school to the present day, centring around her orthodox Jewish life and her various trials and tribulations as well as her toe-curling experiences...
i loved the humour and would see Rachel again (and again)

NRL 105 days ago

A thoroughly enjoyable show. Made me laugh with anecdotes of what it’s like to live in the london religious community bubble. I really enjoyed sharing a laugh with Rachel as she discussed difficult topics near to my heart in a sensitive and positive way.

Rachel Century 107 days ago

Really lovely to hear Rachel's views on things ranging from the way people are introduced to the perfect anniversary present, to comparisons to Mrs Maisel, all in the context of 'hinayni' (go to the show to find out what it means! ). Her funny anecdotes and kind demeanor made for a lovely hour. You'll enjoy her show!

Adrienne 107 days ago

We enjoyed the hour spent in Rachel Creeger’s company. The stories of her family and her background were funny and uplifting, her show is worth seeing!

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The JC (4/5 stars) 89 days ago

Creeger wants to be the centre of attention which makes sense as our religion has a star as its symbol. Her aptly titled show, Hinayni - 'Here I am' - lives up to the name; Creeger is here and a star to behold.

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The List (3/5 stars) 95 days ago

A captivating introduction to a comic and her culture...

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