May 30th, 2013

Based on the 1847 St Austell clay worker bread riots and featuring the talents of Scary Little Girls’ Assistant Director, As Well Be Shot As Be Starved has been developed as part of a larger, Heritage Lottery funded community project. The play runs from 9th-13th July (with additional matinee performances on 11th and 13th) at the St […]

Smashing boundaries! Defying categorisation!

May 24th, 2013

Earlier this month, renowned arts critic and champion Lyn Gardner wrote an article for The Guardian entitled “Don’t box me in: why label art forms?”.  Inspired in part by her enjoyment of Scary Little Girls’ Living Literature Walk Stage Rights!, which took place in London this April, Lyn argues that artistic and theatrical “[b]oundaries are […]

Wild Woman’s Hour wins Adult Learners award

May 5th, 2013

The National Institute of Adult Continuing Education (NIACE) will present Wild Woman’s Hour with the Learning through Technology Project Award – supported by the BBC – and the  European Social Fund South West Project Award, as part of this year’s Adult Learners’ Week.  We’re very excited and extremely proud of our Wild Women and everyone who has worked […]