Emily Atack: Talk Thirty To Me – London
This Is A Ticketed Event

Emily Atack: Talk Thirty To Me – London

Shoreditch Town Hall, Hackney, London EC1V 9LT

Friday 1st November from 7.30pm

Event Information

Due to popular demand, Emily Atack is bringing her sell-out comedy show TALK THIRTY TO ME back to the stageto 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 the 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 copy of Emily’s new book - ARE WE THERE YET?

Description

"In the underrated noughties film Crossroads, Britney Spears sang the immortal words 'I'm not a girl, not yet a woman'. Cheers Brit. I too find myself getting stuck somewhere between being an overdeveloped teenager and not quite being a fully functioning adult woman. I have no idea how to back-up my iCloud, I can't drive and I'm pretty bad at stopping men with exciting beards and unbuttoned vintage shirts from taking a big old walk all over me. In fact, not a girl, not yet a woman . . . it sums up my twenties perfectly." Emily Atack was flung to fame at just 17, as the girl-next-door character in The Inbetweeners. Almost ten years later, she won over the nation on I'm a Celebrity Get Me out of Here with her cracking impersonations, epic bravery in the Bushtucker trials and general positivity. Now, in her first book, Emily digs deep and reveals the hilarious highs and the heart-breaking lows that rocked the years between. With astonishing courage and her trade-mark humour, she shares stories about her family, first dates (and bad dates), first loves, moments where she's hit rock bottom and how she finally came to realise that it was all going to be okay. Are We There Yet? is a warm, honest, FUNNY book for women of any age who have ever felt they needed to look a certain way or felt uncomfortable in their own skin. It's about life, love, everything grubby and glamorous in between, and ultimately realising that you're good enough. (Also she bought a laptop specifically to write this book so you better believe it's getting down and dirty :D)


Buy Event Tickets Now



Terms and Conditions

See ticket provider's website.