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Ruby Wax: Sane New World

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Comedian Ruby Wax brings her Sane New World to the St James Theatre, helping us understand why we sabotage our own sanity and providing a manual on how to survive the 21st century. Read More >

Comedian Ruby Wax brings her Sane New World to the St James Theatre, helping us understand why we sabotage our own sanity and providing a manual on how to survive the 21st century.

Combining the knowledge she gained during her recent Master’s Degree in mindfulness-based cognitive therapy at Oxford University with her signature humour, Wax gives a tour of the brain and how to tame it in a show that is spiked with comedy.

“We know so much about how the world works – but so little about our how our own minds work. It’s like having a Ferrari on top of your head but no one gave you the keys.”

After beginning her acting career with the Royal Shakespeare Company, Wax went on to write and perform in her own hugely popular television programmes for the BBC and Channel 4, and was Script Editor on every series of Absolutely Fabulous. She is also a respected campaigner for mental illness in the UK.

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Important Dates & Timing

Opening Night: 02/02/2015

Closing Night: 14/02/2015

Running time: 2h

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Cast & Creative

Cast

Ruby Wax

Creative

Director - Joanna Bowen

Producer - Lakin McCarthy Entertainment / Mike McCarthy

Designer - Andrzej Goulding

Lighting Designer - Tim Mascall

Sound - Tom Hackley

Author - Ruby Wax

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12 Palace Street, London SW1E 5JA

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