• Scary Little Girls are guaranteed crowd pleasers. Each year they have found brilliant and innovative new ways to delight capacity crowds. Best of all they are a delight to work with.

    Jonathan Aberdeen, Manager and Programmer, du Maurier Literary Festival

Welcome to Scary Little Girls

Our name is Scary for we are many.

Latest news

The stunning Before I Wake promo video is here!

May 3rd, 2018

It's a real beauty - see what we've got in store for you at our Minack and Heligan shows 21-31 May...

Before I Wake – at the Minack and Heligan in May 2018

March 17th, 2018

Spring in Cornwall; birds are singing, veg is growing and in a little fishing village on the edge of the Heligan estate fancies are turning to thoughts of love…  But in Europe war is looming.

100 years ago, a Cornish village waits for the gardeners of Heligan to come back from the Great War...

Sharing our inspirations for International Women’s Day

March 8th, 2018

"Commitment to improving the quality of life for women and girls, and looking at the way class, physicality, race and sexuality intersect with sex-based oppression, is always going to drive our work methods, production choices and partnerships."

For IWD 2018, Scary Little Girls' founder and Artistic Director Rebecca Mordan was interviewed by the Hall for Cornwall, where she is an Associate Artist. Here we reproduce the interview in full as it gives some great insights into why she created SLG in the first place, how the landscape has changed for a feminist production hub over the last 15 years, and some of the many inspirational women she's worked with.

Read SLG’s Annual Report 2016-17!

October 31st, 2017

Underpinning all of SLG’s efforts and relationships are the core principles on which we were founded: to represent and tell stories from those who are marginalised or misrepresented in popular culture – particularly women – and to reach audiences who do not have the opportunity to enjoy live arts, all without compromising on artistic quality.

SLG x Stranger Collective

October 26th, 2017

Talks, music, theatre, food and cocktails, step on board with Strangers On A Train, a mini thought-festival, 3 November, Bodmin Railway

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