• Scary Little Girls have drilled into the more seedy side of Dickens’ work through music, farcical reenactments and even a pinch of rapping, I kid you not.  Their passion for the material and ability to sculpt the show according to the audience’s reactions was a welcome relief… a thigh-slapping hoot!


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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

Calling all creative practioners!

October 26th, 2017

Inclusive Casting Conference
Sunday 29th October, 10am-4pm, Assembly Room at HFC

“A literary spoof of the highest order!”

October 17th, 2017

We got this lovely review from the Oxford Times for The Full Bronte this summer. They reckon it was a 'reet good laugh'!

Uncover The Full Brontë in Oxford this summer

June 30th, 2017

The Full Bronte is heading to Oxford! Join us as we head to Blackwells in Oxford for a limited run of The Full Bronte Literary Cabaret. From 17th to 19th and 24th to 26th August, join hosts Maria (glamour puss, academic, thespian) and her assistant Brannie (dog’s body, ensemble cast, backstage crew) in their chaotic attempt to […]

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