Managing the welfare and wellbeing of our patrons, performers, artists, staff and volunteers amidst the COVID-19 developments
Following today’s announcement by the Prime Minister, South Hill Park Arts Centre is now closed to the public until further notice. If you have booked tickets for a future performance or cinema screening, please bear with us and we will be in touch as soon as possible.
South Hill Park is determined, with the support of our loyal patrons and visitors, to emerge from these difficult times more resilient than ever before but we will need your help. We are asking those of you who have purchased tickets to any of our cancelled performances, screenings or courses/workshops to consider – if you are able – donating the cost by not requesting reimbursement, to help assure our future. For those unable to do so, credit notes will of course be available allowing you to return at another time. If this is unsuitable, we will offer a full refund.
To alleviate the pressure on our box office, please do not call or email them at this time regarding existing bookings, the team have a lot of people to contact and will do so as quickly as possible.
Support South Hill Park by buying a gift voucher or making a donation
COVID-19 will have significant financial implications for the Arts Centre – a not for profit charity which has been at the heart of our community for almost 50 years. Much of our income is dependent upon the generosity of our wonderful visitors who purchase tickets to our productions, attend a course, or eat and drink in the Atrium Restaurant/Bar.
We greatly appreciate your understanding and support whilst we continue to serve the community we love. If you are able, please consider buying a South Hill Park gift voucher, to use at a later date when the Arts Centre is fully operational, by visiting here. Or if you would like to make a general donation please visit here.
Thank you and very best wishes,
Chief Executive and on behalf of all the staff, volunteers, Board of Trustees and greater arts community
This statement is updated regularly in line with advice from Public Health England. For the latest government information please click here.