• 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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Cabarets

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

Will you join us in protecting women’s heritage?

March 29th, 2019

We are a consortium of women’s groups, academics and volunteers who are running an oral history project, ‘Greenham Women Everywhere’. We have obtained a Heritage Lottery grant to support volunteers who will interview 100 of the remaining living women involved in the Greenham Common Women’s Peace Camp.  We will collate and organise these testimonies into […]

The Living Legacy of the Greenham Women: “Let’s not forget that they triumphed”

October 18th, 2018

Great News! The Heritage Lottery Fund have awarded Scary Little Girls, in partnership with The Heroine Collective, a grant to bring a hugely important piece of feminist heritage into public access. We’re embarking on an 18 month project to interview The Greenham Women who formed the Greenham Common Peace Camp between 1981 and 2000. The Peace Camp was established […]

Press release: Calling All Greenham Women

October 18th, 2018

***PRESS RELEASE*** Calling all Greenham Women… Were you a Greenham woman? Do you have a story about the peace camp? Do you have friends or family who lived there or were visitors? If so, the organisers of a major new project set up to interview and celebrate the Greenham Women would like to hear from […]

Giving London The Full Brontë!

October 1st, 2018

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“The need to be adaptable and innovative is constant”

September 24th, 2018

“At this point in SLG’s story it feels like we are taking incredible creative and developmental strides forward while simultaneously being held firmly in place by the demands of securing funding in a market with shrinking options.” – Rebecca Mordan, Artistic Director Click the image or here to read the Annual Report 2017/18.