Rosalind has written and performed three one-woman comedy shows in London, each dealing with awkward and embarrassing subject matters such as drug addiction, bad sexual experiments, rejection and delusion, all delivered in a unique story-telling style that blends stand-up, situation comedy, physical theatre and cabaret.

The Wonky Shonky Show
A tale of human disaster combined with adamant optimism, with the audience as an integral part. Sometimes uncomfortable, always entertaining, The Wonky Shonky Show explores themes of entrapment, religion and stolen pianos.
The Wonky Shonky Show was first performed in SE London’s renowned comedy venue, The Hob, 2014.
Rosalind Parker performs "The Wonky Shonky Show", London 2014

Rosalind Parker performs “The Wonky Shonky Show”, London 2014

 Magic Maurice, played by Ros Parker in The Wonky Shonky Show Ros Parker sings in the The Wonky Shonky Show Music Hall Milly (Ros Parker), The Wonky Shonky Show Ros Parker in The Wonky Shonky Show with Ollie Worpheus Wizard and Ros Parker in The Wonky Shonky Show Rosalind Parker's chair dance in The Wonky Shonky Show Mystic Marjorie (Ros Parker) in The Wonky Shonky Show

Through The Hourglass
Nunhood, narcotics and telepathic cats: The trippy tale of misadventure, Through the Hourglass, was performed by Rosalind Parker in various London venues in 2013, including the Canal Cafe, Camden People’s Theatre and The Hob.
Ros Parker's Through the Hourglass

Raw Cake
Comedy, written and devised by Rosalind Parker and Bruno Roubicek, Raw Cake is a bold and intimate look at our diversion from all that is considered “right”, “good” or “true”.
Join Ros on this journey to find a sustainable way; from her experiments with self medication and the dark under-world of dance parties, to her immersion in yoga and the enlightened world of the “raw food diet”. Ros has plumbed the depths of hell and skimmed the surface of nirvana. She has galloped with Hades and frolicked with angels. With whom will she reside….?

Ros Parker performs in Raw Cake, 2011

Ros Parker in Raw Cake, Sydenham Arts Festival, 2011

Ros Parker in Raw Cake, Sydenham Arts Festival, 2011

Raw Cake was originally performed at Sydeham Arts Festival in 2011 and transferred to The Hope and Anchor, Islington (now The Hope Theatre) that same year.