Emma is as good as it gets and her unique skill set ranges from publicist to friend to gatekeeper to strategist to cast therapist.  

She was able to position our play in a way that made us feel simultaneously ubiquitous and mysterious.


Emma is a hit maker. 

Her unique combination of smarts, compassion and forward thinking went a long way toward making The Spoils a must-see show. She straddles the world between artists and the media with a surprising soft touch that brings dynamic, and often thrilling, results. 

Personally I've had some of my favorite PR experiences under Emma's watch, and I'm really looking forward to our next collaboration.


Emma was a driving force behind the huge success The End of Longing had in the box office.

She covered all the bases with the press and provided the “white glove” experience, for which I am very thankful. Talented, Professional and a consummate forward thinker are words I would use to describe Emma Holland. 

Our many thanks go out to her!


Emma's work on The End Of Longing was invaluable- she was always hugely energised, extremely professional, and crucially very sensitive with the actors and creative team.


I had the good fortune to work with Emma Holland on a production of Dirty Rotten Scoundrels which made its way from Manchester via Aylesbury into the Savoy theatre and ran for 14 months. I think most actors would agree when working on a show, publicity can be a bit of a chore and I'm certainly no exception. However, Emma made everything that we did to publicise the show so much fun and I can actually say I really enjoyed working alongside her and indeed with all the publicity she arranged. She has a real twinkle and managed to persuade me, who can be very difficult when it comes to publicity, to do everything I was asked. No mean achievement! I cannot recommend Emma Holland highly enough in the complex world of publicity and dealing with actors.