EMILY Atack is bringing her sell-out comedy show Talk Thirty To Me back to the stage for five shows including one of November 4 at St George’s Hall in Bradford.

The limited run will celebrate the launch of the TV and film actress’s first memoir Are We There Yet? which is due to be released this autumn.

Audiences are expected to “think Fleabag with a fixation on Ariana Grande” as Emily unravels 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.. Every ticket will include a free copy of Emily’s Are We There Yet?.

A comedian, actress, impressionist and singer, Emily Atack rose to stardom playing Charlotte Hinchcliffe in the cult hit The Inbetweeners for Channel 4. Her 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 co-starring with Jennifer Saunders and Meera Syal, and opposite Catherine Zeta-Jones, Bill Nighy, Michael Gambon and Toby Jones in Dad’s Army.

Emily has this year hosted new ITV2 dating show Singletown alongside comedian Joel Dommett. Emily hit the road in Spring this year 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. The tour took in sell-out audiences and earned critical acclaim.

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