Ruby Wax: Losing It - Tickets available at over one third off until 1st October 2011!
Lately, the inimitable and vociferous American (now British citizen) comedian, Ruby Wax, has been on our screens more often than she was in her previous heyday, the '80s. But this time around, Wax is on a mission and a highly worthy one at that. In the mid-'90s, she was diagnosed with bi-polar disorder and officially registered as a '1-in-4' case (subsequent research has revealed that a quarter of us will experience some form of mental illness in our lives).
So, being Ruby, rather than trade off the fact that her father was a sausage manufacturer in his adult years, her newest show concentrates on her diagnosis, her life afterwards and the stigma. After all, why on Earth would British audiences find sausages funny? As Wax has been quoted as saying, "If you can make a manic depressive laugh, I'm doing something right, right?". That's a 'yes'.
Fusing her intelligent, sharply-observed and warm put-downs with Judith Owen's bittersweet songs, "Losing It" manages to mix the tears of pain with tears of laughter, the latter of which always turns out to be the best medicine or therapy that money can't buy. Except you do have to buy tickets to see the show - which is where we come in!
The successful show will be ending its West End run in a couple of weeks and we have a limited run of reduced-price seats for four shows.
The Special Offer is: Book selected Dress Circle and Stalls, normally priced at £30.50, for just £18.50 - a saving of 39%. The offer applies to the following shows ONLY - This Wednesday's (tomorrow) evening show (Stalls only - £18.50), the matinee on Saturday 24th September (Stalls and Dress Circle - £18.50), the evening show on Tuesday 27th (Dress Circle only) and the matinee on Thursday 29th (Dress Circle only). Click on the Book This Offer button to check availability.
All tickets are subject to availability and when they're gone, they're gone.
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- Tue 15th May 2018 Ruby WaxAlban Arena (St. Albans)Buy Tickets