PREVIEW: Emily Atack: Talk Thirty to Me Book Tour @ Tyne Opera House

Posted on September 16th 2019 by Whats on Northeast

Due to popular demand, Emily Atack is bringing her sell-out comedy show TALK THIRTY TO ME back to the stage for 5 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 the relatable, tongue in cheek look at “having it all” and turning 30 in the millennial age – including all new content.

Every ticket will also include a copy of Emily’s new book – ARE WE THERE YET?

“…think Fleabag with a fixation on Ariana Grande.” – The Guardian

The age restriction is 16+ however. 

Emily Atack will be coming to Tyne Theatre and Opera House on Sunday 3rd November and the show will be starting at 7:30pm.

Tickets are priced £30.50 (all tickets include a copy of the book) (Plus booking fees when booking online or over the booking hotline). To buy tickets, go to -> https://tynetheatreandoperahouse.uk/events/emily-atack-talk-thirty-to-me-book-tour/ <-


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