Rachel
Tucker

CV

Theatre

Jen 
Director Guy Retallack
Southwark Playhouse
Woman 2 
Creator Jason Robert Brown
Director Seimie Campbell
Vaudeville Theatre
Pirate Queen 
Director Drew Baker
London Coliseum
Capt. Beverly Bass & Others 
Director Chris Ashley
Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre
Soloist 
Director Jason Robert Brown
Haymarket House
Come From Away (2019)
Nominated for Best Actress in a Supporting Role in a Musical at the 2019 Oliviers
Annette / Beverley Bass 
Director Christopher Ashley
Ireland & West End
The Baroness 
Producer Seaview Productions and Marathon Live Entertainment
Director Rachel Chavkin
Williamstown Theatre Festival
Director Guy Retallack
Writer Jim Cartwright
Bridge House Theatre
Elphaba 
Director Joe Mantello
Apollo Victoria
Elphaba 
Director Joe Mantello
The Gershwin Theatre, New York
Poopay 
Director Lindsay Posner
Menier Chocolate Factory
Meg Dawson 
Director Joe Mantello
Neil Simon Theatre, New York
Elly 
Producer Roundabout Production
Director Ivo van Hove
Kayte 
Writer Nicholas Lloyd-Webber
Ida 
Director Guy Unsworth
Southwark Playhouse
Elphaba 
Director Joe Mantello

Rachel was awarded the What's On Stage Award in 2011 for Best Take Over.

Apollo Victoria Theatre
Emily / Hilda 
Director Joey McKneely
Meat 
Director Ben Elton
Dominion Theatre, London
Dusty Springfield 
Director Nickolas Grace
Leicester Square Theatre
Meg Giry 
Producer Andrew Lloyd Webber
Director Jack O'Brien
Sydmonton Festival
Dorothy 
Director Richard Croxford
Belfast Lyric Theatre
Grace Power 
Director Tim Loane
Belfast Lyric Theatre
Mary 
Director C.J. Ranger
National Tour
Kelly 
Director Rachel O'Riordan
Belfast Lyric Theatre
Sally Simpson 
Director Guy Retallack
National Tour
Amy 
Director Conor Mitchell
Belfast Lyric Theatre
Estelle 
Director Maddy Loftin
National Tour
Maureen Johnson 
Director Philip Wilmot
Olympia Theatre

Television

Sharon Collins 
Neal Street for BBC One
Performer 

Rachel was involved in Eammon McCrystal's The Music of Northern Ireland which won 4 EMMY awards including Best Arts/Entertainment Special. 

The programme was released on DVD/Blueray and CD separately. 

PBS
Performer 

Rachel Tucker joined Northern Irish tenor Eamonn McCrystal celebrating the music of Christmas from Belfast's Grand Opera House. 

The programme was released on DVD/Blueray and CD separately. 

BBC One Northern Ireland
Presenter 

Rachel co-presented The Friday Show, a six-part entertainment series with Eammon Holmes. 

BBC Northern Ireland
Judge 

Rachel was a judge on amateur comedy show. 

BBC Northern Ireland
Celebrity Contestant 

Rachel filmed a West End Special which was part of BBC1's 2008 Christmas schedule. 

BBC One
Contestant 

Rachel was a semi-finalist in I'd Do Anything making it through to week nine. 

BBC for BBC One

Radio

Other

Rachel performed as part of the Jardins De Pedralbes Festival in Barcelona.


In 2017 Rachel embarked on a solo tour of the UK and Ireland. ​

Magic at the Musicals was recorded live at the Royal Albert Hall for Magic FM.


Rachel recorded a new album as part of her UK Concert Tour. 




The Original Broadway Cast Recording for The Last Ship was produced by the Emmy-Award winning and multi-Grammy-nominated producer Rob Mathes. 

Rachel performed in three shows of New Year's Musical Concert's at Tokyo's Orb Theatre.

Rachel appeared at a special one-off concert at The Mac to perform songs from her debut album. 

CONCERT: Back from Broadway (2015)
Best Cabaret/Solo Performance at the West End Wilma Awards 2015

On 19th April 2015 Rachel hosted two sold out performances at St James Theatre in London. 

Rachel was apart of the Scandinavian Tour in 2013. 

Rachel's debut album was released on 11th August 2013. 

A concert to celebrate the launch of Rachel's album The Reason. 

Rachel was involved in the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra's Best of Broadway as part of the Hampton Court Palace Festival on Thursday 11th June.