Actress, writer and TV personality Emily Atack returns for a second series of her award nominated comedy show. Following the success of the first series, which achieved the biggest audience for a female-led stand up show in 2020, the follow-up season sees her unleash more relatable stand-up comedy alongside mischievous sketches and skits all about life as a young woman.

A brilliant mimic, Emily also embodies some of the UK’s most loved celebrities, impersonating everyone from Gemma Collins and Davina McCall to Holly Willoughby and Anna Richardson.

Each of the six 45-minute episodes covers a different broad headline theme, from Holidays and Modern Life, to Relationships, and The Body. Each topic allows Emily to not only have real fun with her comedy in front of a packed audience at London’s Clapham Grand, but also explore her own life experiences and showcase her loveable, unfiltered self.

Punctuating the live comedy are sketches performed by Emily and some of the UK’s hottest comedy performers. Emily pokes fun at the perils and pitfalls of life as a woman in her 30s, offering some hilariously honest insights and anecdotal scenarios as she explores the many, many dilemmas that we all face as we stumble through life.

Actress, writer and TV personality Emily Atack found fame on cult comedy ‘The Inbetweeners’, and more recently won hearts on ‘I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here’. Now, in her brand-new self titled show, she unleashes her own relatable stand-up comedy alongside mischievous sketches and skits all about life as a young woman. A brilliant mimic, Emily also embodies some well-loved celebrities, impersonating everyone from Gemma Collins and Keith Lemon to Holly Willoughby.

Each of the six 45-minute episodes covers a different headline theme: Dating, Going Out, Family, Image, Friends and Growing Up. Each show topic allows Emily to not only have real fun with her comedy in front of a live audience, but also explore her own life experiences and showcase her loveable, unfiltered self.

Punctuating the live comedy are sketches and impressions which further explore the theme of the episode. Emily pokes fun at the perils and pitfalls of life at 30, offering some hilariously honest insights and anecdotal scenarios as she explores the many, many dilemmas that we all face as we stumble through modern life.