Archive for April, 2018

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Auditions Open for Summer Show

This summer, South Hill Park will present David Wood’s Robin Hood: A Musical Celebration. This exciting ensemble piece will be performed in the round with a large cast of all ages who will play many roles. Auditions take place Sat 24 March.

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Junior Auditions Open for 2018 Pantomime

We would love to see you at the auditions for our 2018 pantomime Dick Whittington and his Cat. After the success of last year’s Beauty and the Beast, we are delighted to welcome back the creative team. We are looking for performers with strong acting, singing and dance ability from aged 7-18 years.

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Roaring Reviews of Easter Production

The last curtain went down on South Hill Park’s Easter production to thunderous applause from audience members and critics alike. Have a read of some of the roaring reviews we’ve received here.

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Atrium restaurant kitchen closed this afternoon (Mon 16 April)

Our kitchen in the Atrium restaurant will be closed from 3pm this afternoon due to maintenance work. Drinks will still be available at the bar but there will not be any food served from the kitchen. The kitchen will reopen …

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Atrium bar closing at 9pm today

Our Atrium Bar and Restaurant will be closing for scheduled maintenance today (Thurs 5 April) at 9pm. We will reopen as normal tomorrow (Friday 6 April). Apologies to our customers for any inconvenience caused by this temporary closure.  

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Calling all Women Textile Creatives/artists!

South Hill Park Arts Centre is seeking women textile creatives/artists who are interested in taking part in workshops to create community banners for the PROCESSIONS project. PROCESSIONS is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to take part in a mass participation artwork to celebrate one …

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Sandy Lane School goes ‘Wilde’ in partnership with South Hill Park Arts Centre

To celebrate South Hill Park’s Easter production, DreamWorks Madagascar – A Musical Adventure, the Arts Centre invited Sandy Lane Primary School to create and display Madagascar-inspired artwork in the Wilde Theatre Foyer. On Thursday 29 March, children and teachers from …

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