"Impeccable" - Michael Billington, The Guardian (on The Wind of Heaven)
Rhiannon hails from Bath originally, which mainly means she's good at making chutney and calls trainers 'daps'.
She is one half of musical comedy duo Stiff and Kitsch (Musical Comedy Award Winners 2018, Vault Comedy Award 2017) whose debut show Adele Is Younger Than Us has sold out venues across the UK and Ireland including at The Pleasance in Edinburgh and Soho Theatre in London. It was recommended by The London Evening Standard and received 4 and 5* reviews across the board. Their first viral music video 'The Facebook Song' has amassed over half a million views online and been featured on The Hook, Fab Magazine and Comedy Central UK. They recently featured in the Kinder Bueno 'Adulting' Campaign and are members of the Soho Young Company.
As an actress, Rhiannon trained at LAMDA. She has worked extensively on BBC Radio, after placing as a runner up in the Carleton Hobbs Competition. Most recently she can be heard bossing people about as series regular Sister Olive Hargreaves in Home Front.
Rhiannon was runner up in the Funny Women Comedy Writing Awards 2017 and is currently in pre-production for her debut play Supernova for VAULT Festival 2020 and in development with her first TV script Hitched.
"Perfectly executed self-deprecating modern musical comedy which left the audience in stitches"
- British Comedy Guide
"Hysterical...these two are a pair to watch out for"
- West End Wilma