• An evening of literary nudges and Dickensian winks in Hendrick’s decadent steampunkesque marquee.  An education in parts but mostly the trio simply bounced off each other with great delight, spearing pomposity, indulging fun flirtatiousness, and concluding in a heartfelt audience singalong!

    Brighton Fringe

Rebecca Mordan

Since graduating from Bristol Old Vic Theatre School, Rebecca has appeared in a variety of stage, screen and television roles, including the transatlantic cult hit Lexx, White Fire for the BBC and South West Films and DM Thomas’s Hellfire Corner. In 2003, she founded Scary Little Girls Productions in answer to the lack of positive environments enabling artists to create original productions and develop their projects and themselves. Rebecca has also fostered strong working relationships with a wide variety of industry, business and community groups in both Cornwall and London, including theatres, independent cinemas, charities and NGOs, media and PR companies, government bodies, schools, colleges and youth workers. SLGP also focuses on matrifocal story-telling and promotes female protagonists and creatives. As well as adapting Bram Stoker’s Dracula for the company, creating the highly acclaimed script for The Kisses, Rebecca was producer for Maria Stuart, The Ladies Cage (an original commission based on her idea and research), Sweet Witchery and Dark Fancies. Rebecca is an accomplished compère who has performed regularly at the Glastonbury Festival of Performing Arts since 2004. She spent summer 2008 in Edinburgh at the Gilded Balloon in a pro-sex, anti-porn cabaret show called The Riot Showgrrrls Club which was received with four and five star reviews and will be touring venues in London in spring 2009 as a result.