• 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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Celebrate the art and history of Asthall Manor

June 3rd, 2016

In the Footsteps of the Mitfords Book for Friday 1st July Book for Sunday 3rd July _________________________________________ The Ghosts in the Stones Book for Thursday 7th July Book for Friday 8th July

Last chance to catch “Dracula: The Kisses”! On tour in March‏…

March 3rd, 2016

Dracula: The Kisses hits the road for just 3 more dates! Thursday 3rd March The Theatre – Chipping Norton 01608 642 350 Thursday 17th March The Landmark Theatre – Ilfracombe 01271 324 242 Saturday 19th March Cornerstone Arts Centre – Didcot 01235 515 144 This vividly drawn adaptation is enriched with a wealth of apposite new material, […]

Second chance to see our all-female “Dracula: The Kisses” – on tour this October

September 1st, 2015

Following great feedback and sell-out shows at its premiers last year, Dracula: The Kisses hits the road… Scary Little Girls has turned the perennially-popular Dracula myth on its head in an audacious new production and we’re taking it to the Midlands and South West. This vividly drawn adaptation is enriched with a wealth of apposite new material, making the story both hauntingly familiar […]

Emergency Fundraising Drive! Can you help?

July 30th, 2014

The play has been written; the cast are in place; tickets are selling fast – the show must go on! We’re really excited about this play.  On the 10th anniversary of Scary Little Girls’ first full-length play, we are resurrecting and re-adapting Bram Stoker’s classic for a 21st century audience: tapping into the Victorian fascination […]

The Mitford sisters are back!

September 8th, 2013

“I am normal, my wife is normal, but my daughters are each more foolish than the other.” Lord Redesdale, ‘Farve’ of the Mitford girls “Whenever I read the words ‘Peer’s Daughter’ in a headline I know it’s going to be something about one of you children.” Lady Redesdale, ‘Muv’ of the Mitford girls “Everybody’s talking […]