South Hill Park

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Each year, over 5000 people take part in our community programme, alongside 2000 participating in our accessible arts classes for young people. We host over 20 amateur group’s numerous productions, encouraging creativity across generations and nurturing talent by providing exceptional holiday activities for those most in need in our community.

In addition, we provide primary and secondary schools with workshops, classes, work experience, tours, digital lessons and talks with industry professionals. We work with trusts and foundations to support Pupil Premium students access the arts.

The variety of our programme is unique and as a registered charity, costing over £25,000 a week to run, we rely on your support in order to deliver such an extensive outreach programme.

Embedded into everything we do is our extensive work in the community – with local individuals, societies and theatre companies.

To see our Vision and Mission statement, please click here.

To see some of the free family arts events we hosted over the Festival of Food and Music 2022, celebrating the Queens Platinum Jubilee, please view the video below.

Community Outreach

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Community Theatre

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Associate Companies

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Community Groups

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We’re keen as mustard to answer any questions you may have about our wonderful arts centre, so if anything is unclear please do get in touch and we’ll do our best to answer you. Click on this button and fill in the contact form.