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South Hill Park’s June Newsletter

June 14, 2023

June Newsletter

Follow the Yellow Brick Road this August
We have created a video to explain how our upcoming production Follow the Yellow Brick Road works.
Join Connie Burgess, one of our Dorothys, as she guides you through our interactive experience running from Thu 17 – Sun 27 Aug.
She explains everything you need to know about the performance as you travel through Bracknell – from South Hill Park to The Lexicon.
Watch the video on our YouTube Channel here and book tickets today.

Bracknell Pride 2023
We had an amazing time at the first ever Bracknell Forest Pride last Saturday. The cast of our Easter production, Kinky Boots, came back together to sing some fabulous songs, and South Hill Park had a stall where we raised £150 for South Hill Park Trust.
It was wonderful to celebrate and support the diversity of the LGBTQIA+ community so thank you to Bracknell Forest Council and The Lexicon for having us.

Summer School funded spaces
This year, we have teamed up with Artemis College who are providing free spaces to our fabulous Summer School in July-Aug.
If you are aged 16-18, you have the opportunity to complete a performing arts qualification during your summer school experience and be fully supported by the Artemis College teaching staff.
All students will work towards bringing a full-blown production of Everybody’s Talking About Jamie (Teen Edition) to life. So, why not take this chance to have an amazing summer and gain a qualification along the way? For more information about the free course and to apply, visit here.

50th anniversary throwback
This month’s memory of South Hill Park is from Doreen Hogston. Doreen has only lived in the area for 4 years with her husband, but they have taken their grandson to our pantomime every year on New Year’s Eve since moving, and have great memories.
We love to hear about how our Christmas pantomime brings families together to celebrate the festive season!
Do you have a favourite memory of South Hill Park? Please send a photo and short description to

Summer family fun
Our summer holiday family programme is now open for booking – from FREE to only £3 sessions.
Whether your tween or teen would like to learn printmaking, your tot wants to make a creative mess at a stay and play session or you fancy trying samba drumming as a family – there is a variety of options for all ages. Check them out here.

Indian Tales screenings
We are excited to introduce our new occasional screenings of films from and about India, and the Indian experience across the globe.
This season we are showing Like Stars on Earth on Wed 12 July and Baghban on Wed 9 Aug – on sale to members from Wed 21 June and to non-members from Wed 28 June.

Autumn season on sale to members
Our new programme of autumn live events is now on sale to members. Non-members booking opens on Mon 19 June at 10am.
This season, we have a range of shows, from drama to live music, comedy to family shows and our very own award-winning Christmas Pantomime.
Copies of our new brochure will be available to pick-up soon at South Hill Park or discover the line-up on our website.
To receive priority booking, you can become a Friend, Good Friend or Best Friend of South Hill Park. Find out more here.

A summer of printmaking
Throughout the summer break we are celebrating printmaking with a number of exciting workshops.
There are chances to focus on a new technique such as stone lithography, mokulito or linocut, or you can join a taster session to introduce yourself to print. Find out more here.

Celebrate Father’s Day in the Atrium
Looking for last minute Father’s Day outing? Come and enjoy our famous Sunday Roast at the Atrium Restaurant this Sun 18 June.
Simply call 01344 416 233 to book a table.

Support your local arts centre
Running a marathon? Climbing a mountain? Doing a sponsored silence?
If you are planning a charity event or activity please consider raising money for South Hill Park Trust. As a registered charity, we rely on donations in order to operate and continue to provide access to the arts for the whole community.
For more information, please get in touch with our Development Manager, Josh Prentice-Raine, at or visit here to make a donation.