A whole host of fantastic shows for 2016
At South Hill Park Arts Centre in Bracknell we are welcoming in 2016 with open arms and a whole of host of fantastic shows to look forward to.
In January our talented in-house team will bring internationally acclaimed One Man, Two Guvnors to the Wilde Theatre stage. Made famous by British comedian James Corden, One Man has been hailed as ‘the funniest show on the planet’ by the Daily Mail.
Things turn a little darker in February when musical extravaganza Sweeney Todd bursts onto the stage. This blood-thirsty tale of love and revenge (and suspect meat pies) will have you on the edge of your seat. This musical hardly pauses for breath.
Easter arrives with the classic line: “Please, Sir, can I have some more?”. Watch a classic story come to life before your very eyes as we present Charles Dickens’ most loved tale, Oliver! From the team behind last summer’s sell-out Alice in Wonderland, Oliver! promises to be a fantastic family feast.
If you have any talented young ones don’t miss our Easter School from 28 March to 10 April where kids receive professional coaching in singing, dancing and acting. At the end of it they appear alongside the main cast of Oliver! on the Wilde Theatre stage.
With family in mind, Cat in the Hat arrives at South Hill Park in April. Based on the much loved book by Dr Seuss, The Cat in the Hat is a lively and engaging first theatre experience for young children aged 3+. Expect towering hats, mischief and fun that is funny!
And that’s not all… here at South Hill Park we are proud to host over 200 shows and events a year across our many performance spaces catering to a wide range of tastes. From big-named comedians (there are a few tickets still remaining for Mark Steel in April) to quality music entertainment (see Michael Jackson tribute Navi King of Pop in March) and plenty in between. There’s also our cinema offering everything from blockbuster hits to independent films, and also live screenings from the likes of the National Theatre and Royal Opera House.