• Performers Rebecca Mordan and Sharon Andrew are a good double act. They are best when niggling away at each other and are very comfortable bouncing ideas off the crowd…daft, enjoyable and fun. I don’t think I will ever forget the sight of Brannie hurling leaves to Wuthering Heights in a misplaced attempt to recreate the […]

    The Scotsman


SLG joins the Being Human festival

October 27th, 2016

Shakespeare, suffragists and soldiers Saturday 19th November, 2pm – at Senate House, London Join Dr Naomi Paxton (SAS), production hub Scary Little Girls and Dr Ailsa Grant Ferguson (University of Brighton) in a very special living literature walk that explores the unique combination of suffragists, soldiers and Shakespeare around Kings College c.1916, through the voices […]

Do ‘Something Wicked’ this weekend…

October 27th, 2016

Oxfordshire is famous for its ghost stories and we’re delighted to present these specially created All Hallows Walks around Didcot, immersing Hallowe’en audiences in evocative performances and atmospheric tales.  Starting at the Cornerstone Arts Centre, groups of brave theatre-goers will follow a written guide to find their way through the town, enjoying live theatre and song while […]

Annual Report 2015/16

October 27th, 2016

Covering our first ever Christmas panto Duffy Beats The Devil!, our pilot tour of Cornish libraries (recently expanded to the South West thanks to Arts Council funding), the launch of our 200th birthday celebrations for the fantastic Anna Maria Fox and of course our Trustees’ Annual Report and Accounts. You can see the first few pages below […]

Scary Little Girls x The Heroine Collective

October 14th, 2016

The Heroine Collective is an online UK publication dedicated to the heroic women, past and present, who have played a crucial part in creating positive cultural change in the world today. Founded by SLG Associate Artist Kate Kerrow, it’s fast grown into a living archive exploring the depth and breadth of women’s often forgotten contribution […]