A Killer Party


Rachel Tucker is an Olivier Award nominated actress who, most recently, was starring in Come From Away at the Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre on Broadway playing the role of Annette/Beverley Bass, the role she originated in London and for which she received a nomination for Best Actress in a Supporting Role in a Musical at the 2019 Olivier Awards and Best Supporting Actress in a Musical at the 2020 WhatsOnStage Awards.

Theatre credits include: Songs For a New World (London Palladium & Streaming); Elphaba in Wicked (West End, Broadway and the London 10th Anniversary Cast); Two by Jim Cartwright (Bridge House Theatre); Meg Dawson in Sting’s musical The Last Ship directed by Joe Mantello (Neil Simon Theatre, New York and Bank of America Theatre, Chicago); Communicating Doors (Menier Chocolate Factory); Farragut North (Southwark Playhouse) and Meat in We Will Rock You (Dominion Theatre).

Television credits: Sharon Collins in Informer (BBC1/Neal Street productions); I’d Do Anything (BBC), where she reached the semi-final stages for the role of Nancy.

Workshops credits include: The Baroness in Lempicka (Williamstown Theatre Festival, New York); Elly in Lazarus; Grace in T’Aint; Dusty Springfield in Dusty and Meg Giry in Love Never Dies.

Rachel’s debut solo album The Reason was launched in 2013 at her first sell-out concert at the St. James Theatre and she returned to the St. James with her one-woman show Rachel Tucker: Back from Broadway for which she won a West End Wilma Award in 2015. In 2017 Rachel launched her first solo tour, Rachel Tucker: Live in Concert, in London, UK and Ireland alongside releasing a new album On the Road for which she also won the West End Wilma Award for Best Cabaret/Solo show.