Rachel Bagshaw is a director and theatre maker whose work spans devising, immersive technologies and the integration of creative access. Productions include A Dead Body In Taos (Fuel), Augmented by Sophie Woolley (Told by an Idiot / touring) and Midnight Movie (Royal Court Theatre). The Shape of the Pain, developed with Chris Thorpe, won a Fringe First in 2017. She is Associate Director at the Unicorn Theatre where credits include The Bee in Me and Aesops Fables. Film includes extensive projects for Unicon Digital, including Greeks Unplugged and Let Loose (in collaboration with ENB), and Where I Go (When I can’t be Where I Am) for BBC.
Rachel also works as a coach and facilitator with a particular exploration of spaces and adapting working practices.