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Community Theatre at South Hill Park

Produced by our professional creative team, our South Hill Park Presents (formerly known as the Wilde Theatre Company) shows provide opportunities for local performers to showcase their skills in high-quality pieces of drama and musical theatre. Over the years we’ve accumulated a cast of literally thousands.

South Hill Park puts on community productions three times a year in Spring, Summer and Autumn. Cast members often range in age from 8 to 80, no one is too young or too old as long as they come with bags of enthusiasm!

If you’d like to get involved in performance at South Hill Park or are interested in joining our backstage team or show bands please get in touch with our Head of Technical, Gareth Evans.

You will also find information about any forthcoming auditions on the news pages of our website. Please check back as information is added on a regular basis.

Previous Community Shows

Here is just a selection of the community productions put on by our fabulous local performers at South Hill Park:

Musical Productions

Oliver!, Directed by Adam Stafford (2014)

Sweeney Todd, Directed by Mark Hooper (2016)

Just So, Directed by Adam Stafford (2014)

James and the Giant Peach, Directed by Adam Stafford (2013)

Wind in the Willows, Directed by Luke Sheppard (2012)

The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe, Directed by Luke Sheppard (2011)

Fantastic Mr. Fox, Directed by Luke Sheppard (2010)

The Wizard of Oz, Directed by Jody Green (2009)

Oliver!, Directed by Andrew Miller (2008)

Drama Productions

The Magic Finger, Directed by Joe Malyan (2016)

Peter Pan, Directed by Joe Malyan (2016)

One Man Two Guvnors, Directed by Luke Burton (2016)

The Borrowers, Directed by Joe Malyan (2015)

Fawlty Towers 2, Directed by Adam Stafford (2015)

Alice in Wonderland, Directed by Kelly Smith & Katherine Hurst (2015)

Blood Brothers, Directed by Casey Jay Andrews and Mark Hooper (2015)

Stepping Out, Directed by Lin Blakley (2014)

Oh What a Lovely War, Directed by Kelly Smith and Katharine Hurst (2014)

The History Boys, Directed by Luke Sheppard (2014)

Fawlty Towers, Directed by Adam Stafford (2013)

Moby Dick, Directed by Bart Lee (2013)

Calendar Girls, Directed by Lin Blakley (2012)

Noughts and Crosses, directed by Chantal Addley and Joe Humprey (2011)

Brassed Off, Directed by Adrian McDougall (2010)

The School for Scandal, Directed by Harper Ray (2010)

The Importance of Being Oscar, Directed by Tom Neill (2010)

The Tempest, Directed by Tom Neill (2009)

Henry V, Directed by Alistair Whatley (2007)

Summer School Productions

Return to Oz, Directed by Mark Hooper (2016)

Sherlock Knights, Directed by Mark Hooper & Chantal Addley (2015)

A Midsummer Nights Dream, Directed by Chantal Addley and Joe Malyan (2011)

Grimm Fairy Tales, Directed by Chantal Addley and Joe Malyan (2012)

There and Back Again, Directed by Chantal Addley and Joe Malyan (2013)

The Last Hope of Pandora, Directed by Chantal Addley and Mark Hooper (2014)