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

March 17th, 2018

100 years ago, a Cornish village waits for the gardeners of Heligan to come back from the Great War… Powerful and much-loved original Cornish play Before I Wake returns in 2018 to mark the centenary of the end of World War I – now with a full professional and youth cast. You can experience this […]

Sharing our inspirations for International Women’s Day

March 8th, 2018

The Hall for Cornwall interviews their Associate Artist Rebecca Mordan, founder and Artistic Director of Scary Little Girls… Tell us a little about the history of your company Scary Little Girls… So, Scaries are a radical feminist theatre company and production hub, working with around 100 artists a year through collaboration, partnerships, casting and mentoring. […]