The Ruby Darlings - Fever!

  • Variety
  • 7:15pm (1 hour)
  • 4-9, 11-12, 14-16 & 18-23 Aug 2013
  • City Nightclub
  • Free
The Ruby Darlings - Fever!. Image shows from L to R: Rachel Le Moeligou, Lily Phillips. Copyright: BBC.

Show details

Variety starring Lily Phillips and Rachel Le Moeligou performed on the following days in August 2013...

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The Ruby Darlings Company perform Fever! An unexpected night of genuinely hilarious filth.

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Full press release

Performers Lily Phillips and Rachel Le Moeligou perform the world premiere of Fever! a hilarious and darkly comic account of life as a dancer. From failed forms of seduction, fit dads, sexual humiliation and lonely hearts The Ruby Darlings take you on a journey of hilarious encounters culminating in a raunch-tastic expose of life with a vagina. Written by the Company with composition by David Tims.

In the dressing room of a sweaty pub two cabaret girls will let you in on their deepest and darkest secrets. It's time to have your thighs stroked, your ears tickled and your larynges well and truly exhausted by the beautiful, the intelligent, the filthy - The Ruby Darlings.

About the stars

Lily Phillips trained at Margaret Howard Theatre College. Lily's dance credits include: Cabaret Dancer (Green Room Cabaret Club), Rolling Back the Years (UK Tour). Lily's acting credits include Bex in Paper Fortunes (Canal Cafe Theatre), Christmas Spectacular (UK Tour). Choreography credits include the award winning The Two Worlds of Charlie F. (Theatre Royal Haymarket and UK Tour). Commercials credits include Big Brother Promo (Channel 5) and Sony. Lily had also danced on most of the Greek islands... but we won't speak of this.

Rachel Le Moeligou trained at the Margaret Howard Theatre College. Performance credits include: Crazy For You (London Palladium), MSC Musica cruise liner, Musical Starnights MGA Productions (Euorpean Tour). Rachel has also appeared in numerous music videos working with artists including indie band Two Door Cinema Club. Rachel's choreography credits include Silk Road Stories (Leicester Square Theatre), Claire Richard's Slave to Food (Sky Living) and various music videos with Infinite Pictures working as both choreographer and assistant director. Rachel consistently works as a dance teacher in London and as Creative Director for Popdance.


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Lily Phillips Self
Rachel Le Moeligou Self