Live and Local - Surprising Shows In Surprising Places

Belton Village Hall

Postcode: LE12 9TU

View Map (School Lane, LE12 9TU)

Desert Island Flicks

Show Details

Presented by Spiltmilk Dance

Performance date and time
Thursday, 7th March 2019
7:30 PM

A blockbuster, adventure and rom com rolled into one, Desert Island Flicks reimagines the most popular box office hits from the history of cinema. In their signature charming, witty style, Spiltmilk Dance are rolling out the red carpet and inviting audiences to a night at the movies like no other. With over 120 hours of famous film moments covered in just 90 minutes, a cast of two take on all the lead roles, stunts, and special effects! Filled with plot twists and cliff hangers, swoony romances and full on tear-jerkers, grab your popcorn for this whistle stop tour of the suave spies, talking toys, singing nuns and pesky ice bergs that have had us glued to cinema seats over the last 80 years. Combining dance, comedy and a sensational soundtrack, Desert Island Flicks will spin off, re-make, spoof, and shine a spotlight on life lessons learnt from the big screen.

View performer's website (in new window)

Performer's website

Running time
90 minutes

Audience Type

Age Range

Ticket Prices
£12.00 Standard / £10.00 Standard in advance / £9.00 Under 16 / £7.00 In Adv Under 16

Other Ticket Information
Doors open at 6.45pm, parking at the venue.

Main Box Office Telephone Number
01530 222897

Available From
Belton Convenience Store or call 01530 222 897 or 01530 224 218.

Additional Information
Licensed bar applied for

Venue Accessibility (See Key for more information)

Live & Local affirms that when a disabled person’s access requirements necessitate them being accompanied to a performance, that person and their personal assistant should be able to purchase two tickets at a total cost of no more than the cost of a one full-priced ticket. Promoters are advised that this is best practice that is now supported by an established legal precedent.

Reservable/general parking on site Level entrance Ramped approach up to entrance Wheelchair accessible toilet

This performance is supported by:

Arts Council, England