• Scary Little Girls are a delight to work with, real crowd pleasers.  Mother Mae I is engaging and comic, full of vivacious guests and rapier wit, and with a compere who is brilliant, spontaneous, innovative and fun – this show is the new red wedge for the austerity era!

    Jade Dunbar, Programmer, Glastonbury Festival

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Our name is Scary for we are many.

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Like chocolate? Like being entertained?

September 7th, 2015

Fresh from playing to great acclaim at the Edinburgh Free Fringe Festival and with previous sold-out success at the Oxford Playhouse and the Theatre Chipping Norton – Scary Little Girls is delighted to be bringing the Salon du Chocolat to Didcot and Hemel Hempstead this autumn...

Second chance to see our all-female “Dracula: The Kisses” – on tour this October

September 1st, 2015

"The reeking lips upon my throat, the howling of the wolves – what manner of man is this...?"

Following great feedback and sell-out shows at its premiers last year, Dracula: The Kisses hits the road...

Scary Little Girls has turned the perennially-popular Dracula myth on its head in an audacious new production and we're taking it to the Midlands and South West.

It’s Edinburgh Free Fringe time again!

July 26th, 2015

We're delighted to be taking the Salon du Chocolat to the Voodoo Ballrooms from Saturday 8th to Tuesday 18th August. Join us at 6.25pm each night for a storytelling cabaret celebrating the relationship between cocoa nibs and forbidden literature. The show is free and audiences will be given chocolate treats!

"Wonderfully risque and fascinating, wound together charmingly..."

Radical storytelling night for International Women’s Day – London, Saturday 14th March

February 21st, 2015

Allow us to stimulate your senses in this intimate evening of storytelling at the Old Church in Stoke Newington, celebrating the relationship between cocoa nibs and radical literature!

The SLG Annual Report is here!

January 13th, 2015

We're delighted to present our very first full Annual Report, which covers 2013/14 and a little beyond. It outlines SLG's work in that time as well our broader mission and future plans; showcases some of our lovely artwork; highlights key collaborations; and generally shows you all the amazing stuff we get up to!

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