In the heavily autobiographical show, comedienne, interviewer and documentary maker Wax "discusses the toxins of our time - envy, fame, television, the insatiable drive to win, getting rich, getting the perfect body, marriage, kids, career and, above all, staying busy while looking like you're having a nice day. This is why we all, at one point in our lives, feel like we're about to go under or, in Ruby's case, fall off a cliff." Wax is joined by singer-songwriter Judith Owen, whose music serves as the emotional soundtrack to Wax's words. The show is directed by Thea Sharrock with lighting by Tim Mascall and sound by Gareth Owen. It is produced in the West End by David Babani, Tom Siracusa and Thelma Holt in association with Nica Burns & Max Weitzenhoffer.
To book tickets, contact the box office on 0844 412 4659, or visit www.rubywaxlosingit.com for more details.