Due to popular demand, EMILY ATACK is bringing her sell-out comedy show TALK THIRTY TO ME back to the stage – for five shows only! The limited run will celebrate the launch of her first memoir Are We There Yet? – which is set for release this autumn. 

Emily will be unravelling today’s anxiety-inducing world of scrolling through social media, swiping right, hellish hen do’s and the never-ending search for ‘the one’. 

Don’t miss out on this relatable, tongue-in-cheek look at ‘having it all’ and turning 30 in the millennial age – including all-new content. PLUS: every ticket will include a free copy of Emily’s new book Are We There Yet? – which is worth the ticket price alone

In other news, Emily is set to host new ITV2 dating show Singletown alongside comedian Joel Dommett. It is scheduled to hit screens in September.

Emily (known for The Inbetweeners, Dad’s Army and I’m a Celebrity) hit the road in Spring 2019 with her debut stand-up show Talk Thirty To Me, a live memoir of anecdotes, impressions and tales of a comedy actor in her twenties. Taking in venues up and down the country, the tour took in sell-out audiences and earned critical acclaim. These extra shows are further confirmation that the star has now fully made the step into the stand-up arena, and embraced it. 

In December 2018 Emily joined the line up of I’m a Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here! – the most watched series in the show’s history.  She opened the series by jumping out of a plane at 12,000 feet before taking on 50 snakes in the ‘Viper Pit’ in front of an audience of millions. The opening episode was the most watched TV moment of the year, beaten only by the World Cup, with over 11 million tuning in to see her rise to the challenge with humour and fearlessness.  She received 3.4 million votes on the final day.

A comedian, actress, impressionist and singer, Emily Atack rose to stardom playing Charlotte Hinchcliffe in the cult hit The Inbetweeners for Channel 4.  Her other, most recent TV work includes Almost Never (BBC), The Keith and Paddy Picture Show (ITV), The Keith Lemon Sketch Show (ITV), The Tracey Ullman Show (BBC/HBO), Jumpers (Sky Arts), and Birds Of A Feather (ITV).

Emily’s film credits include Songbird (with Colbie Smulders and Jessica Hynes), Patrick (Disney/Buena Vista Int’l), co-starring with Jennifer Saunders and Meera Syal, and opposite Catherine Zeta-Jones, Bill Nighy, Michael Gambon and Toby Jones in Ol Parker’s Dad’s Army. She also had roles in Iron Sky: The Coming Race and Lies We Tell (which was selected for the 2017 Raindance Film Festival).  

In 2016 Emily made her stage debut, playing Holly Golightly in Breakfast at Tiffany’s at the prestigious Theatre Royal Bath. The same year, Marie Claire UK named her their Girl of The Moment.


Wednesday, 30th October – Victoria Hall, Stoke-on-Trent

Friday, 1st November – Shoreditch Town Hall, London

Sunday, 3rd November – Tyne Theatre & Opera House, Newcastle upon Tyne

Monday, 4th November – St George’s Hall, Bradford

Tuesday, 5th November – The Lowry Theatre, Salford

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