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Event: City Lit in Conversation with Ruby Wax

March 11, 2018

Image by Steve Ullathorn

 

 

 

 

City Lit welcomes outrageously witty comedian, writer, actor and mental health campaigner, Ruby Wax OBE, to discuss her life and career with City Lit Principal Mark Malcomson CBE

Wednesday 25th April 18:30 – 20:30 GMT  |  John Lyon's Theatre

 

 

 

About Ruby Wax…

Ruby Wax, a much loved U.S. born comedy-actor-writer of incredibly successful books and TV shows including script editor of ‘Absolutely Fabulous’.  Ruby has studies Psychotherapy and gained her Master’s degree in Mindfulness-based Cognitive Behavioural Therapy from Oxford University. These days Ruby promotes understanding of the brain and campaigns for greater mental health awareness and destigmatisation. Ruby also offers Corporate Communication Training, teaching how to achieve a deeper and more honest level of communication. 

 

 

This lively discussion will conclude with a presentation of Ruby’s Fellowship Award to celebrate her newest book ‘How to Be Human: The Manual’ – a fascinating journey where Ruby sets out to answer life’s big questions about what makes us human and how our mind work. The evening ends with a glass of wine and the signing of Ruby’s book, which you can pre-order with your ticket.

 

 

 

 

Ruby’s bestselling book, A Mindfulness Guide for the Frazzled’ will also be available to purchase on the night. 

 

 

 

Join City Lit in Conversation With Ruby Wax - Book Tickets Here

 

 

Venue: John Lyon's Theatre at City Lit, 1-10 Keeley St London WC2B 4BA 

Dates: Wednesday 25th April 2018 / Time: 18:30-20:30 

Ticket Price: £20 (includes a glass of wine) £30 (includes a copy of the book 'How to Be Human: The Manual’ and glass of wine) 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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