The Ruby Dolls are performing at 'sod this (for a laugh)!' on march 9th at conway hall. The evening will be hosted by Sara Pascoe and features lots of fab music and comedy, all in aid ofStreetlink and The Connection. To book tickets click on the Facebook event here.
In addition to main show the brides of bluebeard, the ruby dolls have two 'cabarets in a box' ready to perform for you!
To book either cabaret for your venue or event, please contact us.
IF MUSIC BE THE FOOD OF LOVE
This show was first performed on April 23rd 2016: The 400 year anniversary of Shakespeare's death, at Watermans Arts Centre's Shakespeare Reloaded festival.
The Ruby Dolls are taking on The Bard. Heaven help us all! Join us as we sing their way through love, madness, revenge, murder and lust in If Music Be the Food of Love. With jokes. And maybe a ruff or two. Discover Shakespeare as you’ve never seen him before – accompanied by Radiohead, Beyonce, Barbara Striesand and some 16th century ditties, sung in their trademark close harmony. They reckon Shakespeare was quite a fan of cabaret…
“Music oft hath such a charm
To make bad good, and good provoke to harm”
Measure For Measure.
rubies in the snow
This show was first performed at Christmas 2016 at St James Theatre, London & The Stahl Theatre in Peterborough. Here The Dolls play fast and loose with Charles Dickens, in their own version of A Christmas Carol. The ghosts are far more glamorous than usual, and Scrooge wears a frock. The soundtrack contains your Christmas favourites with all the trimmings, decked with Joni Mitchell, the late George Michael & David Bowie, as well as some surprises. Join us for a kiss under the mistletoe and a night of Yuletide fun to get you into the festive spirit for 2017!