• Scary Little Girls insist that Schiller’s themes – asylum, religion and the State and civil rights – still prevail in today’s post 9/11 climate: they’re not wrong… Ryan McBryde’s production opts for a daring time travelling portentousness… like much else in the production it comes to accrue a curious power.

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Kate Kerrow

Kate trained at the Elgar School of Music in classical piano and voice and has worked as a professional vocalist for the last 12 years, working in a variety of bands, in theatre, and in concert/recital performance.  Kate also trained as an actor at the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School.  Theatre credits include: Harriet Smith in Emma (two national tours), Jane Fairfax in Emma (Haymarket, Basingstoke), Emily Webb Our Town (Farnham Rep/Bristol Old Vic), Bride in Don’t Look Back (The Dreamthinkspeak Theatre Company), Fanny Robin in Far From the Madding Crowd (National Tour), Sally in Combustion (Southwark Playhouse), Joley in Blood Sky (Birmingham Rep), Lydia Bennett in Pride and Prejudice (Bristol Old Vic), Christine in Turn Face (Short Film, Venice Film Festival), Alma in Persona (Rose Theatre, London), Ensemble for Sweet Witchery (Scary Little Girls Productions), Lilith in The Riot Showgrrrls Club (Scary Little Girls Productions).