Little but Fierce

Double Infemnity photoshoot
Double Infemnity photoshoot

Three women pose in a photography studio

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Puppy poster
Puppy poster

A photo of a cocker spaniel with a bra on its head

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Double Infemnity poster
Double Infemnity poster

A noir-style drawing of two women in cocktail dresses, one with a gun, with text reading "DOUBLE INFEMNITY"

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Double Infemnity photoshoot
Double Infemnity photoshoot

Three women pose in a photography studio

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What We Do

Little but Fierce is a feminist theatre collective that stages work written and directed by women, with a majority female cast, telling stories of women who have traditionally been marginalised within mainstream theatre. We produce a mix of new writing and feminist adaptions of classics, and have a particular remit to work with and tell stories of BAME, LGBT, disabled, and older women.

What’s Happening

New work for 2021

As a disabled-led theatre company, 2020 was extremely tough on us, as it was for so many theatre freelancers. But work and commissions have started to trickle in, and we're proud to have debuted some new digital and live work this year.

Over the summer, we were commissioned to perform a live storytelling piece (titled 'Batman') at the Attenborough Arts Centre, and Batman is now being adapted into a short film. We were also commissioned to create an interactive digital theatre piece titled 'The Ashes World Tour', as part of Chronic Insanity's Seize the Screen Festival. And we are currently producing an audio walking tour of London as part of the London Mayor's Office Let's Do London campaign.

Mental Health Initiative

Little but Fierce are working with a number of venues and theatre companies to develop and trial a mental health / pastoral care initiative, to support people working in theatre. More details tba.

Little but Fierce debuts two new shows

2018 saw Little but Fierce debut two new shows, writer-director Jessica Cornfeld's "ZINA" (a verbatim play about female sexuality within Islam) and "Double Infemnity" a feminist crime noir written by Jennifer Cerys, Catherine O'Shea and Naomi Westerman, co-produced by Paperclip Theatre.

Right now we're taking a bit of break and planning lots of exciting new projects for the future!

Contact Us

London, UK

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