South Hill Park

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Gifts & Gift Vouchers

South Hill Park Gifts & Gift Vouchers

Gift Vouchers

Treat someone you love to a gift of the arts with a South Hill Park Gift Voucher – from £5 to £50. Just fill out the online form below to purchase one or visit our Box Office.

Share an unforgettable experience together, either through watching a show, seeing a film in our cinema or taking one of our creative courses.

Gift vouchers are available all year round and can be redeemed against purchases made online or through our Box Office.

Please note, gift vouchers are not valid at the Atrium Bar & Restaurant.

Community Outreach

It costs £25,000 a week to keep South Hill Park open, allowing us to run our vast community outreach programme


We welcome 220,000 visitors annually with 185,000 participating in our arts programme

Learning and Participation

5000 people of all ages join our courses and workshops with 2000 students taking part in community activities

In-house Productions

We host 21 amateur theatre and music groups each year, and produce up to 6 in-house productions annually to help encourage local talent


We provide local primary and secondary schools with workshops, classes, tours, lessons and talks with industry professionals, and offer holiday activities for over 160 young people

Dementia Friendly Screenings

We show 12 dementia-friendly screenings a year in our cinema, specially-designed for people living with dementia and their carers

Resident Companies

We house 3 resident theatre and dance companies for young people


We support over 100 volunteers and annually provide 20 work experience places for students from the arts

Books about South Hill Park

The Beast of South Hill Park

Written by Jane Howard

Illustrated by Lynne Howard

Can you help the explorer find the Beast of South Hill Park?

A mischief-making monster has taken up residence at South Hill Park and the brave explorer is determined to track it down! Join in with his quest around Bracknell’s historic mansion and grounds in a poetic adventure story that features beautiful watercolour paintings every step of the way.

Profits generated from sales of this book will be donated to South Hill Park Arts Centre’s fundraising campaign in response to the Coronavirus pandemic.

Please purchase using the button below or copies can also be purchased through our Box Office for £8.

Who Owned South Hill Park – From 1455

Written and published by Diane Collins

Local author, and committed South Hill Park volunteer, Diane Collins has been working hard on this book for several years. She has undertaken a wealth of research to make it an historical account of the owners of South Hill Park mansion since 1455. Containing archive images, and references of its various uses over the years, the book takes a deep delve into our long history.

A wonderful gift for anyone interested in local history or regular attendees at South Hill Park.

Copies can be purchased through our Box Office for £15. All profits from the book go to the South Hill Park Trust.