What I Do
Rachel Manchester is a professional Actor, Singer and Musician who also works as a voice artist.
Rachel graduated from the BA (Hons) Acting course at Guildford School of Acting and immediately began work as a professional Actor.
She also works internationally as a Guest Entertainer, singing and playing Flute and Sax.
Performing in professional and touring productions such as The Crucible (as Abigail) for Tread the Boards in Stratford upon Avon. Sense & Sensibility (as Marianne Dashwood) in the old Theatre Royal Bath. Venezia (as Isabella) and Casanova (as Maria) for a 6 month run in Teatro San Gallo in Venice. The Snow Queen (as Gerda) on tour. Cinderella (as Cinderella) on tour. Aladdin (as Jasmine) on tour. Jack & The Beanstalk (as Jack & Puppeteer of Muriel the Cow) on tour. She performed as Kirsty in a production of Fairytaleheart at the Edinburgh fringe. Save our Bones/That’s The Spirit (as Keefa) for So It Goes… Theatre Company. Back to Before (as Katie) on tour for Blue Box Productions. What’s Your Story (as Claire) on tour for Blue Box Productions and Treasure Hunt (as Jess) on tour for Blue Box Productions. She has performed in a number of short films and commercials.
Rachel has been a musician since a young age, playing flute, sax and singing, however since 2015 she developed her love of music by performing as part of a guest entertainer duo called The Upbeats. They perform at events, parties and onboard cruise ships worldwide and have 5 years of experience performing shows onboard ships.
Rachel's professional Actor showreel featuring footage from two
recent short films.
Showreel by Mandrake Media
Rachel has performed as a professional Guest Entertainer aboard
cruise ships all over the world singing and playing flute.
Watch a recent video of her performing a beautiful cover of this great Norah Jones song.
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