• This courageous new adaptation of Bram Stokers’ gothic classic features a female Count…there has always been something sexual about blood sucking but Scary Little Girls move things a step further.

    The Camden New Journal

News

We’re on SoundCloud!

October 21st, 2012

We’ve been busy uploading songs, stories and show extracts to the new Scary Little Girls SoundCloud page – it’s small and foetal for now but will grow as we add newly recorded stories by SLG artists.   Take a listen, and look out for the recordings as they get embedded around our new website… To whet […]

Scaries on tour!

October 21st, 2012

Scary Little Girls are going on tour! The Full Brontë, Mother Mae I and Storytelling nights around the UK! We’re very excited to announce a series of dates around the country – and to bring our shows to new audiences! Between now and Christmas, we’ll be touring Shropshire, Herefordshire, West Midlands, Oxfordshire and Cornwall with a variety […]

Wild Woman’s Hour – June

May 21st, 2012

Tune in on 6th June at 3pm for our next show, or listen to previous shows at www.rsab.org. A team of Wild Women from Cornwall come together to research, write, produce and broadcast a live show by women for women, if you think that this is a project that you appeals to you then please […]

Interactive walks will bring Cornish heritage to life

April 5th, 2012

Cornwall-based production hub, Scary Little Girls, has been awarded Heritage Lottery funding to support their popular series of theatrical walks. Living Literature Walks see audience members follow designated routes through a town, encountering various characters and events along the way which entertain and inform with local literature, arts, and history. Scary Little Girls Creative Producer […]

De Plumes and Hendricks at Brighton

March 2nd, 2012

Monika and Nom are invited back to the Hendrick’s Horseless Carriage for Brighton Literary festival, May 2012!  This year the literary cabaret created especially for this lovely vintage venue will be The Best Of Times! A Charles Dickens Literary Cabaret – there are rumours of dickensian rapping, stage kissing and a right old cockney knees […]

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