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Nature Trail at South Hill Park

Join us for a relaxing walk exploring the new nature trail at South Hill Park on Tue 6 March, 10-11.30am. 

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Golden Success for South Hill Park’s Grounds

South Hill Parks scoops gold in RHS 2016 in Bloom competition, and receives a certificate of distinction along with a prestigious ‘Best Park’ award.

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Temporary Footpath Closure Notice

A note on the temporary footpath closure at South Hill Park

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The Tempest – Blog 2!

Read the next instalment of our ‘The Tempest’ blogs ahead of the our next outdoor community show, a Shakespearean classic that celebrates the Bard, in the leafy surrounds of South Hill Park’s Amphitheatre!

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Come and celebrate Shakespeare’s 400th Anniversary in rightful style, in the Amphitheatre with two classic productions as part of the #Shakespeare400 season.

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The Tempest Blog – Post 1!

Introducing a series of fun blogs written by the Director of Shakespearean summer show in the amphitheatre , The Tempest!

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Peter Pan Cast Announced!

Who will be joining us in Neverland? Its time to announce the full cast list – there may be a few familiar faces…

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Party At The Park – All You Need To Know!

As the countdown to ‘Party at the Park’ approaches, we have been asked many of the same questions so thought we would share everything you need to know here! South Hill Park site will be closed for access until 11.30am …

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Bums on Seats Blog – Final Preparations:

Final preparations are now underway for the Summer Nights Festival. On Tuesday the venue will be constructed and we can rehearse in the space. The weather looks good (fingers crossed) and props and costumes are being discussed and collated.   …

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Bums on Seats Blog – Directing:

  It’s a pleasure to work on this brilliant play. Written by Michael Snelgrove “Bums” is, as the title suggests, a hilarious take on everyday life working in the theatre. The “Usherettes” (resting actors) are our guides throughout the evening. …

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