Auditions for the Studio Theatre Company’s next production Road

Come audition for the Studio Theatre Company's next production Road, by Jim Cartwright on Mon 27 Sept 7.30pm, and Fri 1 Oct 7.30pm. They will be group auditions, nothing to prepare. The company are looking for 7 actors most of whom will multi role. The performance...

Shrek 2022 Auditions

We are excited to share that our 2022 Easter Production will be Shrek The Musical - coming to the Wilde Theatre in April 2022! If you would like to be part of the greatest fairy tale never told, that's guaranteed family fun, then book your audition here. Auditions...

RARE Productions Hairspray Auditions

Visiting company RARE Productions will hold open auditions for their production of Hairspray at South Hill Park from Thu 3 - Sat 5 Feb 2022. Auditions will take place at South Hill Park on Tue 5 & Sat 9 Oct and are open for anyone aged 8-21yrs. Audition event...

Excellent results for South Hill Park’s LAMDA students

Eleven learners took their LAMDA exams at South Hill Park this summer under the tuition of Mark Hooper (Director of Learning, Participation and Community Engagement). The learners (10 Grade 8 & 1 Grade 1) had their exams cancelled at the start of the pandemic and...

Bracknell resident completes 500km run for South Hill Park Trust appeal

On 12 June 2020 Bracknell Forest resident David Baker pledged to run 500km in aid of South Hill Park Trust’s major public fundraising campaign following the potentially devastating impact of Covid-19. On Saturday 12 June 2021 David will complete this mammoth feet at...

An acting debut in Rope 2021

Gordon Vince, who will make his acting debut in the Studio Theatre Company’s 50th show celebration performance of Rope from Wed 23 – Sun 26 June, has shared with us what made him want to audition, what audiences can look forward to, and some behind the scenes...

Live events return to the Wilde

‘The social distancing at this was amazing; lines and rows of seats physically removed to keep all groups apart with a fantastic one-way system and oodles of sanitiser everywhere. It was lovely to support a local production and the cast were insanely good.’ – Louise,...

Calling all 8-18yr olds to audition for this year’s Pantomime, Cinderella (2021)

Panto Auditions – Junior Ensemble Want to be in panto? Oh yes, you do! Audition for South HiIl Park’s in-house pantomime production this Christmas Cinderella (Fri 26 Nov 2021 – Mon 3 Jan 2022). We are looking for 30 young performers who can dance, sing and act to form...

South Hill Park receives second lifeline grant from Government’s Culture Recovery Fund

South Hill Park Arts Centre and Wilde Theatre in Bracknell is delighted to have received a grant of £112, 814 from the Government’s £1.57 billion Culture Recovery Fund to help the organisation recover and reopen. We are among more than 2,700 recipients to benefit from...

STAR 1000 – South Hill Park’s Christmas Wish

South Hill Park would like to share a huge thank you to everyone who has generously donated to our recent major fundraising campaign, including the first 100 monthly donors. The campaign was launched in June due to the impact of Covid-19 and has already raised over...



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Edinburgh Fringe-Fest

April 29, 2016

If you’re fanatical about The Fringe, you MUST join us this May for Fringe-Fest – a month dedicated to showcasing some of the best talent to come out of the 2015 Edinburgh Fringe Festival.

Superbolt Theatre will be kicking the month’s events off on Saturday 7 May with their Fringe sell-out production – Dinosaur Park (The Jurassic Parody). This award-winning, laugh-out-loud spin on Spielberg’s classic, Jurassic Park, is a theatrical celebration of cinematic nostalgia. The perfect parody for those waiting anxiously for the next film, and an enjoyable, entertaining piece for everyone else. Why not ‘Jurassic your weekend to the max’ and combine Dinosaur Park with a visit to our atmospheric cinema on Friday 6 May, for a screening of the original Jurassic Park? – A weekend full of fossilised fun for you to really get your teeth in to!

We will be welcoming 2015 Edinburgh Fringe Festival First Winners, ARC Stockton, on Wednesday 11 May, with their production – Going Viral. In this piece, Daniel Bye unveils a thrilling new development in his unique ability to blend storytelling, playful comedy and performance lecture.

A Fringe packed week of drama continues on Tuesday 17 May with James Seabright’s acclaimed, What Would Spock Do? This uplifting new comedy about love, Star Trek and learning to accept who you are, was a sell-out premiere at the Edinburgh Fringe, and has led to them embarking on a UK tour.

Without barely pausing for breath, Wednesday 18 May see’s Worklight Theatre’s multi-award winning show, Labels, grace the Studio Theatre stage. A funny, moving and honest story about mixed heritage and immigration which scooped both a Scotsman Fringe First Award and Holden Street Theatre’s Edinburgh Award.

Luke Wright and Paul Jellis wrap up a jam-packed week of drama on Friday 20 May with their workshop and subsequent production entitled, What I Learned from Johnny Bevan. The piece that tells the story of shattered friendship, class ceilings and the hollow reality of the New Labour dream won a Fringe First Award for new writing and a The Stage Award for acting excellence.

Fringe-Fest climaxes on Wednesday 25 May with The Wardrobe Ensemble’s, Edinburgh Fringe favourite, 1972:  The Future of Sex. The ensemble tells the story of the class of ’72 with a handsome funk guitarist and some spacehoppers! Taking you on a brisk romp through the ins and outs of those excellently awkward first sexual encounters, the show was awarded 4-stars by The Guardian’s, Lyn Gardner, who said “Terrific work. Funny and true and a little bit heart-breaking”.

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