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The Little Love Cabaret

Packed with passion, The Little Love Cabaret is a love-struck scrapbook of true-life tales.

"So touching, funny and uplifting. Feel like I've been to a wonderland. This is what live performance is all about!"

Audience Member

Fairytale romances, full-on obsessions, awkward break-ups and magnificent everyday acts of affection combine in a heart-warming, heart-breaking, and at times completely absurd cabaret devoted to shoving a little more love into your life.

Somewhere between a sketch show, a rom com, and a glitter bomb, join Spiltmilk Dance and two special guest artists for an all singing, all dancing love revolution!

Described as ‘Dance but not dance…like hiding vegetables in kids’ food’, Spiltmilk Dance have been sticking a big fat ray of sunshine into the world of contemporary dance since 2006.

The Little Love Cabaret is generously supported by the National Lottery through Arts Council England, and the Rural Touring Dance Initiative.

Suitable for ages 12+


My cheeks still hurt from smiling so much!

Audience Member

So hilarious, from silliness to sharp dry wit. This show is intelligent, poignant, silly and just the right level of camp. What more could I want from a show about love?!

Audience Member

So joyful!

Audience Member

The Little Love CabaretCredits

Conceived and Directed by Sarah Boulter and Adele Wragg

Performers Hannah Butterfield, Lucy Haighton, Jennifer Manderson

Producer Sarah Shead

Project Management Laura Barber

Sound Design Ben Wall

Lighting and Set Design Matt Sykes-Hooban

Production Management Matt Sykes-Hooban

Photography The Other Richard, David Wilson Clarke

Film Maker Matthew Taylor

Commissioned Acts

aKa Dance Theatre - Number 13

Creators Joe Garbett, Jennifer Grant

Performer Joe Garbett

Rhiannon Faith - The I Don't Care Bear

Creator and Performer Rhiannon Faith

Grace Surman - Would You Rather Be Lost

Creator Grace Surman

Performers Merrick Surman, Gary Winters

The creation and touring of the show was made possible with support from the National Lottery through Arts Council England, and the Rural Touring Dance Initiative.