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Fuel Theatre present 'Waiting... for a loved one to die' by Rachel Mars in collaboration with Fliss Murtagh


Rachel Mars is an established theatre maker and performer working across theatre, live art and comedy who specialises in witty, uncompromising work about the idiosyncrasies of human interaction, often using her Queerness and Jewishness as a lens. She is an Associate Artist of The Basement, Brighton and The Barbican, Plymouth. Her show about comedy - 'The Way You Tell Them' -recently returned from a very successful run at the Edinburgh festival, where the Guardian described it as 'A love letter to comedy from someone who wants it to mean something'. She has recently been commissioned by Fuel Theatre, and has performed across the UK at Spill Festival, The Barbican, BFI, Pulse Festival and The Southbank Centre. She sometimes talks on radio, including for BBC's 'Pause For Thought' and 'Word of Mouth'. She is the smaller half of the devising duo Mars.tarrab.