• Innovative theatre which became an instant hit at the du Maurier Festival.  Scary Little Girls invented an adventure… actors of the finest calibre suddenly appearing in the most unlikely places and delivering passages from du Maurier’s books.  The research and work that went into this piece of living theatre means that the Living Literature Walks […]

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Maria Stuart

Scary Little Girls’ second fringe production was an adaption of Schiller’s Maria Stuart, performed at the Union Theatre, Southwark in 2005.  Below is a selection of promotional material and reviews for the show, including a link to the specially created mini-site.

Two religions divide a people and a land. Two rulers exploit religion to control their people.

Terrorists, conspiracies, arbitrary arrest and detention, interrogation and intercepted correspondence – it’s unsettling how human behaviour at the highest level of power doesn’t change.