• 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


Taking our inspiration from the likes of Marie Lloyd and Mae West, our cabaret work promotes the female voice in comedy, writing, song and performance. We have created cabaret events like London favourite Mother Mae I!, seasonal sensation Jingle Belles, and Edinburgh hit The Riot Showgrrrls Club that make no compromises and take no prisoners! We recreate the bygone cabaret of the wild, wilful and wickedly expansive divas like our heroine Mae West by bring you the best in today’s stand up, musical comedy, puppetry, grotesques and magic.

Our acts take up space, fill your vision and don’t hold back on the chat – our motto is “less nude, more ‘tude!” – so you will see and hear a new generation of professional acts guaranteed to take you to the edge of your comfort zone, to the pain barrier of the your laughter endurance and to the height of all the warm, fuzzy happiness you deserve by turns.

Currently we are touring The Full Bronte Literary Cabaret, It’s Your Round Cabaret Pub Quiz, Sorry I Haven’t a Minute Radio Cabaret and The Salon du Chocolat Storytelling Cabaret. Please follow the links below for more on these and our other cabaret events.

Latest news

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. […]

Read SLG’s Annual Report 2016-17!

October 31st, 2017

We’re really pleased to present our Annual Report for 2016/17, which details all the myriad shows, projects and initiatives we’ve been part of lately – Peter Pan, The Fantastic Anna Maria Fox heritage project, Stories in the Shelves library tour, and loads more. Underpinning all of SLG’s efforts and relationships are the core principles on which we […]

SLG x Stranger Collective

October 26th, 2017

Encounter possibility beneath the billowing smoke of a 1930s steam train… Eyes meeting over the tops of newspapers. Friendships forged from small talk. Laughs shared as you lurch with the rattle of carriages. Trains provoke chance encounters; encounters that might just change your course – professional, creative or otherwise. On board a 1930s steam train […]

Calling all creative practioners!

October 26th, 2017

Inclusive Casting Conference Sunday 29th October, 10am-4pm, Assembly Room at HFC We are really excited to be part of this free event, presented and hosted by Hall for Cornwall, for professional disabled and D/deaf actors and the artistic directors and/or general managers of companies based in Cornwall. RSVP to KirstyC@hallforcornwall.org.uk to secure your free place. This is a unique opportunity for creative practitioners […]