Jason Fox Life At The Limit
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|26 November 2020||7:30 pm||Limited Availability|
Thursday 26 November
Front Doors Open: 6.30pm
Show Starts: 7.30pm
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Jason Fox, Ex-Special Forces soldier, Star of TV’s SAS: Who Dares Wins, Inside The Real Narcos and author of The Number One Bestseller “Battle Scars”.
Jason will bring to the stage and on tour for the first time the remarkable story of his daring exploits in a distinguished career as an elite operator in the UK Special Forces (SBS).
From gunfights, hostage rescues, daring escapes and heroic endeavours that defined Jason Fox’s service, to a very different battle that awaited him at home, this will be an audio and video extravaganza.
“Life At The Limit” is a breathtaking story of Special Forces soldiering; a chronicle of operational bravery, adventure and courage on and off the battlefield. A vivid, searing account of a life at war, that tells of some incredible moments of strength and courage.
Jason’s appetite for adventure and extremes has no limit and has led him to take on some amazing challenges both in the Military (Royal Marines, SBS), and in his TV roles – SAS Who Dares Wins, Inside The Real Narcos and The Final Mission: Foxy’s War all for Channel 4.
Jason’s first tour will include a vivid, searing account of a life at war, that tells of some incredible moments of strength and courage, and ultimately fighting a battle on all fronts with the effects and struggles of PTSD leading him to find coping mechanisms but only after a long and difficult journey.
Civilian life has not slowed or quelled the fire burning deep within Jason, and luckily for the audience he will share behind the scenes anecdotes, some hilarious, others brutal; life on set of C4’s SAS Who Dares Wins; and what it’s really like when you come face to face with notorious killers, drug cartels, Mexican warlords and hitmen in Inside The Real Narcos.
What makes this live show stand apart from the genre? Foxy highlights what it takes to develop emotional resilience from working within some of the most pressurised environments on earth. This will allow the audience to have the tools to embrace their life more.
Fighting a battle on all fronts – Jason’s experiences have given him the tools to go out there and convey to the audience that “it’s ok not to be ok”. The audience will leave feeling humbled, inspired and ready to take on the world.
“Life At the Limit” is a very honest account of a long and difficult journey, but it promises to be inspiring, entertaining, funny, dark, motivating and tense. This will give us an insight into an unimaginable and secretive world.