7pm on Sunday 6th October at Tribeca Manchester
“Hinayni!” is a biblical word meaning “Behold! Here I am!” It’s also the way Rachel Creeger and her primary school classmates were taught to respond to the register, an intense statement for a 6 year old! This show examines the drive to feel like you are truly visible in the here and now. Rachel considers how others view her, her innate imposter syndrome and what she must accept as her true self. She compares how she’s introduced at gigs today, with past experiences as a patient with no agency or choice, after being diagnosed with a neurological disorder. Rachel’s carefully crafted comedy is as powerful as it is entertaining, delivering universal truths in a funny, relatable way.
“Very, very funny” Jewish Chronicle
★★★★★ Andrew Riley Journalist and Reviewer
★★★★ “A confident and charismatic performer” Funny Women
“A great talent, highly entertaining and very engaging.” Salford City Radio
“Tight writing, sharp performance, a beautifully zany imagination” Brighton Source
“Never mind the naches, I love that your brain is fakakta – and that’s coming from me, a faigele!” Tony Slattery
About the festival …
Women In Comedy UK exists to provide a professional annual comedy festival and regular showcases event throughout the year in Greater Manchester, adding value to Manchester’s cultural offering. Showcasing performances of female comedy which is affordable and accessible encouraging all sections of the community to be involved.