Prior to creating EHPR, Emma Holland worked for over 13 years with an extensive list of clients both in the subsidised and commercial theatre sectors.  Her experience included in house PR positions at the Open Air Theatre, Regent’s Park and the Gordon Craig Theatre and, while at Premier PR, all in house productions for the Tricycle and Almeida Theatres, alongside many West End productions including Priscilla Queen Of The Desert The Musical, The Umbrellas of Cherbourg, The Railway Children at Waterloo, Cat On A Hot Tin Roof, The 39 Steps, Gone With The Wind, Glengarry Glen Ross and The Hurly Burly Show.

Emma obviously has a passion for the arts but this is paralleled by her out of control addiction to all things Kate Spade. Other loves include anything water based, tennis, skiing and an equally unhealthy devotion to handbags.


After graduating with a 2:1 from the University of Exeter in 2010 with a BSC (Hons) in Sports and Exercise Sciences, Georgie moved to London to pursue a career in the arts and specifically theatre. Following two internships at an entertainment PR company in the Theatre and TV departments, Georgie joined EHPR in December 2011. 

Georgie has since worked across a wide variety of shows and led on numerous touring and London productions forming strong, creative and individual campaigns. Outside of her passion for all things theatre, Georgie is a keen traveller having spent time working in Malawi and France, and backpacking around the world. She is also a lover of extreme sports and her latest sporting hobbies include tag rugby and half marathons. This summer Georgie has taken to growing tomatoes on her third storey balcony, although as she is yet to share the fruit of her labour with Team EHPR their existence is currently unverified.