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Film and Live Screenings

South Hill Park Cinema · Bracknell 

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Members can book from Mon 11 Dec Non-members from Mon 18 Dec

Dementia-Friendly Screenings at South Hill Park

Specially-designed screenings for people living with dementia and their carers. With lights left on low and sound level reduced, these relaxed screenings are on the second Monday of each month. Doors open 1.30pm for a 2pm start, with a short interval. Complimentary refreshments will be provided after each film screening. All staff and volunteers are Dementia Friends. When booking please advise if you require wheelchair access.

Hearing Loop

The cinema is fitted with an audio induction loop. Customers can use the T-setting on their hearing aids for clear film sound.

Family Super Deal Look out for this symbol Special prices for families. Please check film certificate and content before booking


Family tickets (2+2) £18 Child price £2 (15yrs and under) Key to Symbols Silver Screening Bringing in Baby Family Screening Hard of Hearing

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We continue our occasional screenings of short films commissioned from young artists and filmmakers. See website for full details.

All tickets £5.50 each 

The Jungle Book

A Hard Day’s Night

Mon 8 Jan 2pm

Mon 12 Feb 2pm

Dir. Wolfgang Reitherman, 1967, US, 77 mins Voices: Phil Harris, Louis Prima, Sebastian Cabot

Dir. Richard Lester, 1964, UK, 88 mins The Beatles, Wilfrid Brambell, Norman Rossington

Travelling from Liverpool to London, The Beatles rescue Paul’s grandfather from various misadventures and Ringo goes missing. Features hits including I Wanna Be Your Man, All My Loving, Can’t Buy Me Love, She Loves You and A Hard Day’s Night. With thanks to Second Sight Films.

Inspired by Rudyard Kipling’s story, Mowgli travels with Baloo the bear back to the ‘man tribe’. Classic Disney animation feature unforgettable numbers I Wanna Be Like You, Trust in Me and The Bare Necessities.

Paddington 2 Tue 2 Jan 1pm Fri 5 Jan 7pm Sat 6 – Sun 7 Jan 3pm

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Wed 10 Jan 7.30pm


Dir. Sally Potter, UK, 2017, 71 mins Kristin Scott Thomas, Timothy Spall, Patricia Clarkson

Dir. Paul King, UK, 2017, 103 mins Hugh Bonneville, Sally Hawkins, Ben Whishaw

Happily settled with the Brown family, Paddington embarks on a series of odd jobs to buy the perfect present for his Aunt Lucy. A knockout blend of fluid animation and live action, whimsical humour and gentle sweetness, make this sequel a winner.

Janet celebrates the crowning achievement of her career with an intimate party, which threatens to unravel. Hilariously savage satire of the middle-class, exploring the deeper truths behind seemingly liberal convictions with insight and a killer wit.

Murder on the Orient Express Tue 2 – Thu 4 Jan 7.30pm Fri 5 Jan 10.30am Fri 5 Jan 2.30pm Sat 6 – Sun 7 Jan 7.30pm

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Dir. Kenneth Branagh, UK/US, 2017, 114 mins Kenneth Branagh, Johnny Depp, Daisy Ridley, Judi Dench

A lavish train ride unfolds into a stylish and suspenseful mystery in this star-filled new adaptation of Agatha Christie’s classic detective drama.

Murder on the Orient Express

Booking dates  Members from Mon 11 Dec, Non-members from Mon 18 Dec

Contemporary French Cinema

Book 5 films for the price of 4

With a wealth of French films currently on release, we bring you a season of some of the best.

Back to Burgundy

In Bed with Victoria

De Plus Belle

Mon 8 Jan 7.30pm

Mon 22 – Tue 23 Jan 7.30pm

Mon 12 Feb 7.30pm

Dir. Cédric Klapisch, Fr, 2017, 111 mins, French with subtitles Pio Marmaï, Ana Girardot, François Civil

Dir. Justine Triet, Fr, 2016, 97 mins, French with subtitles Virginie Efira, Vincent Lacoste, Melvil Poupaud

Dir. Anne-Gaëlle Daval, Fr/Bel, 2017, 95 mins, French with subtitles Florence Foresti, Mathieu Kassovitz, Nicole Garcia

Victoria is a thirty-something divorced lawyer struggling to raise her two daughters. At a friend’s wedding she reconnects with old acquaintances. A sophisticated and extravagant comedy, led by the sensational Virginie Efira.

With her illness almost a distant memory, Lucie meets the charming and arrogant Clovis, who is immediately beguiled by her. A sweet, uncynical comedy-drama that celebrates the person within.

After a 10-year absence, Jean returns to the family vineyard when his father falls ill. Reuniting with his sister and brother he finds he must re-build relationships. A full-bodied and sweet film, complete with a crisp finish.

A Woman’s Life

Tue 20 Feb 7.30pm

Mon 5 – Tue 6 Feb 7.30pm

Dir. Michael Haneke, Fr/Aust/Ger, 2017, 107 mins, French with subtitles Isabelle Huppert, Jean-Louis Trintignant, Mathieu Kassovitz

Dir. Stéphane Brizé, Fr, 2016, 119 mins, French with subtitles Judith Chemla, Jean-Pierre Darroussin, Yolande Moreau

With the European refugee crisis as the backdrop, this family drama is a blistering satire of the hautebourgeoisie. Haneke uses his favourite themes – surveillance, familial dysfunction and psychological violence – to brilliant effect.

A moving, beautifully modulated adaptation of Guy de Maupassant’s first novel, in which a young noblewoman copes with the loss of ideals. Exceptional camera work, production design and costumes recreate every detail of the period.

In Bed with Victoria


The Jungle Book

Thu 11 Jan 7.30pm Fri 12 Jan 10.30am Fri 12 Jan 2.30pm

Sat 13 – Sun 14 Jan 3pm


Happy End

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Thu 18 Jan 7.30pm

Dir. Wolfgang Reitherman, 1967, US, 77 mins Voices: Phil Harris, Louis Prima, Sebastian Cabot

Dirs. Dorota Kobiela/Hugh Welchman, UK/Pol, 2017, 94 mins Robert Gulaczyk, Saoirse Ronan, Jerome Flynn

Inspired by Rudyard Kipling’s story, Mowgli travels with Baloo the bear back to the ‘man tribe’. Classic Disney animation featuring unforgettable numbers I Wanna Be Like You, Trust in Me and The Bare Necessities.

Delving into the ambiguities of van Gogh’s last days, this unique film is ‘the world’s first fully painted feature film’ – each frame hand-painted to draw viewers into the delirious, hyper-sensual world of his work.


In Syria (Insyriated)

Battle of the Sexes

Kingsman: The Golden Circle

Mon 15 Jan 7.30pm

Fri 19 Jan 10.30am Fri 19 Jan 2.30pm Fri 19 – Sun 21 Jan 7.30pm Sat 20 – Sun 21 Jan 3pm


Dir. Andy Serkis, UK, 2017, 117 mins Andrew Garfield, Claire Foy, Hugh Bonneville

The inspiring true love story of Robin and Diana Cavendish, a courageous couple who refuse to give up in the face of a devastating disease. Touching, with terrific period detail. A triumph of joy over adversity 

Fri 12 – Sun 14 Jan 7.30pm Dir. Matthew Vaughn, US/UK, 2017, 141 mins Taron Egerton, Colin Firth, Mark Strong

With their headquarters destroyed, the Kingsmen band together with allied US spy organisation to defeat a common enemy. Scrumptious mash-up of the spy movie genre blending action, satire and spoof.

Dir. Philippe Van Leeuw, Bel/Fra/Leb, 2017, 84 mins, Arabic with subtitles Hiam Abbass, Diamand Bou Abboud, Mohsen Abbas

In Damascus, a woman tries to keep her family safe as war rages on outside their apartment. Nerve-shredding, devastatingly direct and intimate study of the effects of war on ordinary people. Masterfully claustrophobic drama  SIGHT AND SOUND

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Dirs. Jonathan Dayton/Valerie Faris, UK/US, 2017, 121 mins Emma Stone, Steve Carell, Bill Pullman

True story of the 1973 tennis match between tennis champions Billie Jean King and Bobby Riggs. In a match pitched by Riggs as ‘Male chauvinist pig versus hairy-legged feminist!’ this entertaining comedy drama is still relevant today.

Booking Fee 50p per ticket. See back cover for details

Woman with a Movie Camera Four exceptional films, utterly diverse in nature but with one thing in common – a woman at the helm. In the run up to International Women’s Day (8 March) with its theme of Women in the Changing World of Work, join us as we celebrate women behind the camera. Holocaust Memorial

Remember Baghdad Tue 9 Jan 7.30pm Dir. Fiona Murphy, UK/Iraq/Isr, 2016, 70 mins. English/Hebrew/Arabic with subtitles

Jacquot de Nantes Tue 13 Feb 7.30pm Dir. Agnès Varda, Fr, 1991, 118 mins Philippe Maron, Edouard Joubeaud, Laurent Monnier

100 years after the British invasion, this is the untold story of Iraq. An unmissable insight from a completely new perspective – through the eyes of the Jews who lived there for 2,600 years until only a generation ago.

A heart-warming, heart-breaking evocation of French cineaste Jacques Demy’s childhood and his vocation for the cinema, by his wife and fellow-filmmaker Agnès Varda. This charming, bitter-sweet tribute featuring clips from Demy’s most renowned films.

Plus short film Dallas’s Story

Plus short film Will You Remember?

Dir. Lucy Werrett, UK, 2016, 104 secs

Dir. Mimi van Rinsum, UK, 2016, 104 secs

War does not stop when the last shot is fired. Its lasting effects are recounted through one woman’s traumatic experience of war.

Important life events you’ll remember forever? Couples recall those personal moments with amusingly contradictory results.

Quarterly Classic

The Blot

The Hitch-Hiker Thu 25 Jan 7.30pm Dir. Ida Lupino, US, 1953, 71 mins Edmond O’Brien, Frank Lovejoy, William Talman

On a fishing trip, two friends pick up a hitch-hiker, but quickly realise their mistake. A fascinating study of gruesome masculinity, interpreted by a trailblazing independent female director, this is a terrifyingly real ride into the heart of darkness. Plus short film Parasomnia Dir. Steph Dalley, UK, 2015, 105 secs

Hand drawn animation exploring the strange state between dreams and reality, which sleep paralysis causes.

The Hitch-Hiker

Tue 13 March 7.30pm Dir. Lois Weber, US, 1921, 87 mins, silent with intertitles, recorded soundtrack Philip Hubbard, Claire Windsor, Louis Calhern

A hard-working college professor can barely afford to support his wife and daughter. Written, directed and produced by her own production company, Lois Weber’s The Blot exemplifies the importance of women in creating American cinema.


Wonder Fri 26 Jan 10.30am Fri 26 Jan 2.30pm Fri 26 – Sun 28 Jan 7.30pm Sat 27 – Sun 28 Jan 3pm

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Dir. Stephen Chbosky, US, 2017, 113 mins Jacob Tremblay, Julia Roberts, Owen Wilson

The moving, uplifting story of August Pullman, a boy with facial disfigurements who struggles to fit in at a mainstream school.

Thelma Mon 29 – Tue 30 Jan 7.30pm Dir. Joachim Trier, Nor/Fra/Den/Swe, 2017, 116 mins Norwegian with subtitles Eili Harboe, Okay Kaya, Henrik Rafaelsen

A young woman manifests mysterious powers as she begins to fall in love. Retaining an air of mystery, even as darker undercurrents come to the fore, this horror-tinged coming-of-age tale is refreshingly chilling and ambivalent. Deft and intriguing TELEGRAPH

Marjorie Prime Thu 1 Feb 7.30pm Fri 2 Feb 2.30pm


Plus short film Tape

Dir. Michael Almereyda, US, 2017, 98 mins Jon Hamm, Geena Davis, Tim Robbins

Dir. Freya Walker Smith, UK, 2015, 107 secs

An eighty-something woman with dementia lives with a ghost-like hologram of her late husband, in this affecting meditation on memory and mortality. A potent, and well-developed feat of imagination GUARDIAN

In a tiny projection room Kevan splices together the Wednesday matinee.

Jacquot de Nantes Marjorie Prime

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Natural Response To complement the exhibition in the Mirror Gallery of works by Diana Burch, we present a selection of films dealing with issues surrounding mental health and well-being.

Lars and the Real Girl


Wed 17 Jan 7.30pm

Wed 31 Jan 7.30pm

Dir. Craig Gillespie, US/Can, 2007, 104 mins Ryan Gosling, Emily Mortimer, Paul Schneider

Dir. Lars von Trier, Den/Swe/Fra/Ger, 2011, 133 mins Kirsten Dunst, Charlotte Gainsbourg, Kiefer Sutherland

A delusional young man strikes up an unconventional relationship with a doll he finds on the internet. A sweet, touching beautifully crafted film that tackles some tricky themes with a great deal of sensitivity and warm-hearted humour.

At her wedding reception, Justine is overcome by depression and alienates everyone. When a new planet, Melancholia, appears in the sky, Justine knows it will destroy Earth. Audacious, beautiful, tactful filmmaking.

Film Stars Don’t Die in Liverpool

Film Stars Don’t Die in Liverpool Dir. Paul McGuigan, UK, 2017, 115 mins Jamie Bell, Annette Bening, Julie Walters

See website for more information about the Natural Response exhibition.

Thor: Ragnarok Fri 2 Feb 10.30am Fri 2 Feb 7.30pm Sat 3 – Sun 4 Feb 3pm


Dir. Taika Waititi, US, 2017, 130 mins Chris Hemsworth, Cate Blanchett, Tom Hiddleston

The God of Thunder must stop the Goddess of Death when she threatens to destroy Asgard. New Zealand director Taika Waititi packs fun and humour to this latest effects-laden instalment of superhero antics. A riotous, screwball sequel TIMEOUT

Victoria and Abdul Sat 3 – Sun 4 Feb 7.30pm Thu 8 Feb 7.30pm Fri 9 Feb 2.30pm eng subtitles  HoH   Si Dir. Stephen Frears, UK/US, 2017, 112 mins, English/Urdu/Hindi some subtitles Judi Dench, Ali Fazal, Michael Gambon, Eddie Izzard

Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri Dir. Martin McDonagh, UK/US, 2017, 115 mins Frances McDormand, Woody Harrelson, Sam Rockwell

A mother challenges the local authorities to solve her daughter’s murder when they fail to catch the culprit. Darkly comic drama with top-notch performances liable to be up for award nominations. Hugely entertaining and original TIMEOUT

The Son of Bigfoot

The Killing of a Sacred Deer Wed 21 – Thu 22 Feb 7.30pm Dir. Yorgos Lanthimos, UK/Ire/US, 2017, 121 mins Nicole Kidman, Colin Farrell, Alicia Silverstone


Tue 13 – Wed 14 Feb 2pm Thu 15 Feb 2.30pm Sun 18 Feb 3pm Dirs. Jeremy Degruson/Ben Stassen, Bel/Fr, 2017, 92 mins Voices: Pappy Faulkner, Christopher L Parson, Sandy Fox

An ageing Queen Victoria strikes up an unlikely friendship with a young Indian clerk named Abdul Karim. Amusing and touching with subtle handling of the harsh realities of prejudice.

Justice League Fri 9 Feb 10.30am Fri 9 Feb 7.30pm Sat 10 – Sun 11 Feb 3pm

Real-life story of British actor Peter Turner and his unlikely love affair with Oscar-winning Hollywood actress Gloria Grahame. A moving, romantic, desperately sad story with a sharp, literate screenplay and tremendously charismatic performances. An unusual, frank and affecting love story TIMEOUT

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Dir. Zack Snyder, US, 2017, 121 mins Ben Affleck, Gal Gadot, Jason Momoa

Fuelled by his restored faith in humanity and inspired by Superman’s selfless act, Bruce Wayne enlists the help of his newfound ally, Diana Prince, to face an even greater enemy. Action-packed superhero mash-up.

Fri 23 Feb 10.30am Fri 23 Feb 2.30pm Fri 23 – Sun 25 Feb 7.30pm Sat 24 – Sun 25 Feb 3pm

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Thu 15 – Sun 18 Feb 7pm Fri 16 Feb 10.30am Sat 17 Feb 3pm


Dir. Rian Johnson, US, 2017, 150 mins Daisy Ridley, Tom Hardy, Mark Hamill

Rey joins Leia, Finn and Poe on an adventure that unlocks mysteries of the Force and secrets of the past. Epic space opera. Skywalker is back!

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The lives of a surgeon and his family come under the influence of a troubled young man. An unsettling but mesmerising drama that may leave you impressed, alarmed, confused and creeped-out. The weirdest, most mesmerically unsettling film of the year TELEGRAPH

The Greatest Showman

A teenage boy journeys to find his missing father only to discover his Dad’s actually Bigfoot! Vibrant animation, as fun for children as it is comical for adults.

Star Wars: The Last Jedi


Fri 16 Feb 2.30pm Mon 19 Feb 7.30pm

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Dir. Michael Gracey, US, 2017, TBC mins Hugh Jackman, Rebecca Ferguson, Michelle Williams

Inspired by the imagination of PT Barnum this original musical celebrates the birth of show business and tells of a visionary who rose from nothing to create a spectacle that became a worldwide sensation.

Booking Fee 50p per ticket. See back cover for details

Live and Recorded Screenings All times shown are the curtain-up times. Please be seated 15 minutes before start time. Latecomers will not be admitted.

Goodbye Christopher Robin

Goodbye Christopher Robin Mon 26 Feb 7.30pm Thu 1 March 7.30pm Dir. Simon Curtis, UK, 2017, 107 mins Domhnall Gleeson, Margot Robbie, Kelly Macdonald

A rare glimpse into the relationship between beloved children’s author AA Milne and his son Christopher Robin, whose toys inspired the magical world of Winnie the Pooh. A remarkable and poignant story.

In Between Tue 27 Feb 7.30pm Dir. Maysaloun Hamoud, Isr/Fra, 102 mins, Hebrew/Arabic with subtitles Mouna Hawa, Sana Jammelieh, Shaden Kanboura

The lives and loves of three independent Palestinian women sharing an apartment in Tel Aviv as they try to find a balance between traditional and modern culture. Enlightening and brilliantly observed with fine performances. Engaging and compelling  TORONTO FILM FESTIVAL

Coming Soon Step, Our Last Tango, The Post, Darkest Hour, My Blind Date With Life

In Between

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Live transmitted live by satellite, delivered to the cinema during the actual performance through the cinema’s satellite system. Encore additional showings recorded live by satellite and transmitted within one month of the live event. Recorded live performances, pre-recorded and delivered by our digital system for optimum quality.

Royal Shakespeare Company Live Twelfth Night


Royal Opera House Live Rigoletto Tue 16 Jan 7.15pm

Wed 14 Feb 7pm  LIVE 

165 mins incl 1 interval Sung in Italian with English surtitles £20, Conc £19, Members £18

The corruption of innocence is at the heart of Verdi’s potent tragedy in David McVicar’s production. Rigoletto, court jester to the libertine Duke of Mantua, is cursed by the father of one of the Duke’s victims. When the Duke seduces Rigoletto’s daughter, it seems the curse is taking effect…

Royal Opera House Live Tosca Wed 7 Feb 7.15pm

Giacomo Puccini’s dramatic work of a world of political instability and menace was a hit with audiences on its 1900 premiere. With its gripping plot and glorious music it remains one of the most performed of all operas. Jonathan Kent’s production captures the dangerous political turbulence of Rome in 1800.


210 mins tbc £20, Conc £19, Members £18

Twelfth Night is a tale of unrequited love – hilarious and heart-breaking. Two twins are separated in a shipwreck, and forced to fend for themselves in a strange land. Christopher Luscombe directs Shakespeare’s greatest comedy, a brilliantly bittersweet account of ‘the whirligig of time’.

Royal Opera House Live The Winter’s Tale Wed 28 Feb 7.15pm


180 mins incl 2 intervals Sung in Italian with English surtitles £20, Conc £19, Members £18


Twelfth Night


160 mins incl 2 intervals £20, Conc £19, Members £18

Christopher Wheeldon’s intelligent and emotionally powerful adaptation of Shakespeare’s late great romance is ultimately a story of forgiveness and reconciliation. With powerful designs by Bob Crowley and atmospheric music by Joby Talbot, The Winter’s Tale is a masterful modern narrative ballet.


Booking Fee 50p per ticket. See back cover for details

Art on Screen

Performances on Sale Now – see our website for full details 2018 National Theatre Live  NEW  Cat On a Hot Tin Roof Fri 2 March 7pm  RECORDED  £19, Conc £18, Members £17 Royal Opera House Live Carmen Tue 6 March 6.45pm £20, Conc £19, Members £18 Oscar Wilde Season Lady Windermere’s Fan Tue 20 March 7.15pm £18, Conc £17, Members £16 National Theatre Live Julius Caesar Thu 22 March 7pm £20, Conc £19, Members £18



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Royal Opera House Live Bernstein Centenary: New McGregor / The Age of Anxiety / New Wheeldon Tue 27 March 7.15pm  LIVE  £20, Conc £19, Members £18 Royal Opera House Live Macbeth Wed 4 April 7.15pm £20, Conc £19, Members £18


Royal Shakespeare Company Live as live Macbeth Wed 11 April 7pm  LIVE  £18, Conc £17, Members £16 Berliner Philharmoniker Series Conducted by Kirill Petrenko Fri 13 April 6.30pm £18, Conc £17, Members £16


Royal Opera House Live Manon Thu 3 May 7.15pm £20, Conc £19, Members £18 Opéra national de Paris Pite, Pérez, Shechter Thu 24 May 6.15pm £20, Conc £19, Members £18 Opéra national de Paris Boris Godounov Thu 7 June 6.45pm £20, Conc £19, Members £18 Royal Opera House Live Swan Lake Tue 12 June 7.15pm £20, Conc £19, Members £18 Opéra national de Paris Don Pasquale Tue 19 June 6.15pm £20, Conc £19, Members £18



Exhibition on Screen Cezanne – Portraits of a Life Wed 24 Jan 7.30pm




Berliner Philharmoniker Series Sir Simon Rattle’s Farewell Concert Wed 20 Jun6 6.30pm  LIVE  £18, Conc £17, Members £16 Royal Shakespeare Company Live as live Romeo & Juliet Wed 18 July 7pm  LIVE  £18, Conc £17, Members £16 Royal Shakespeare Company Live as live The Merry Wives of Windsor Wed 12 Sept 7pm  LIVE  £18, Conc £17, Members £16 Coming soon in the Oscar Wilde Season An Ideal Husband and The Importance of Being Earnest

Can’t get to those blockbuster art exhibitions at major galleries around the world? South Hill Park brings them to your favourite local cinema through described exhibitions offering access to the best of world art.

Dir. Phil Grabsky, 85 mins £12, Conc, £11, Members £10

Featuring interviews with curators and experts from the National Portrait Gallery London, MoMA New York, National Gallery of Art Washington and Musée d’Orsay Paris, and correspondence from the artist himself, the film takes audiences beyond the exhibition to the places Cézanne lived and worked and sheds light on an artist who is perhaps the least-known of the impressionists.

Exhibitions on Sale Now – see our website for full details 2018 Exhibition on Screen Vincent Van Gogh: A New Way of Seeing Wed 21 March 7.30pm £12, Conc £11, Members £10

Lift Off is our annual dance festival for local, national and international dance companies.

The Winter’s Tale

Please see our website for further details of new events as they become available to book

Booking Dates Members from Mon 11 Dec Non-members from Mon 18 Dec

Film Ticket Prices Mon–Thu evenings & all matinées £8.60, Conc £7.60, Members £7 Fri–Sun evenings £8.60, Members £7 BFS members £6.60 for BFS films Family (2+2) £18, Child £2

Seating Plan

Become a Member of South Hill Park Many benefits including priority booking and discount on tickets. See our website for more details. Certification explained Universal Parental guidance – general viewing, but some scenes may be unsuitable for young children. With parental guidance – 12 years and under must be accompanied by someone over 18 years. Suitable only for persons of 15 years and older. May contain references to strong language, violence, drugs, nudity and sex. Suitable only for persons of 18 years and older. May contain explicit references to strong language, violence, drugs, nudity and sex. More detailed information can be found at

Booking Fee Until 31 Dec, an 80p booking fee will be charged per transaction for bookings made in person and on the phone. Online bookings are subject to a charge of £1.25 per booking – except current members. From 1 Jan, a 50p per ticket booking fee will be charged for all bookings online, telephone or in person up to a maximum of £5 per booking. Refunds Tickets, once purchased, cannot be refunded. If the film is sold out, we will try to resell your tickets and a £1 administration fee per ticket will be charged. Resale is not guaranteed. This service is free to current members. entrance

Bringing in Baby 


Our popular Friday morning screenings for parents and carers of young babies. Fridays at 10.30am.




babies free Concessions Concessions are available to children, students, registered unemployed, registered disabled and those 63 years and above. Please bring proof of status.

Screen Si Silver For those in retirement Come along to our weekly Friday matinées at 2.30pm. £6.60

Only adults with a baby (up to 1 year) will be admitted. Bottle-warming facilities and buggy parking are available together with baby changing facilities.


hard of hearing

Occasional screenings with English subtitles for the hard of hearing.

Cinema Offers · Bringing in Baby and Silver Screen If you are a parent or carer with a baby under a year or someone in retirement then why not take advantage of the following offers

Fish and Chips Mon – Sat 12noon–3pm and 5–8pm

£11 £20 per portion for 2 portions

Hot Drink and a Piece of Cake Free hot drink when you buy a piece of cake Show your film ticket when you purchase either of these offers

Family Super Deal


Family tickets (2+2) £18 · Child price £2 (15yrs and under)

All prices correct at time of printing.

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Data Protection Customers’ data is handled according to the regulations established by the Data Protection Act. Bracknell Film Society  Bracknell Film Society welcomes everyone. Contact Julia Vickers on 0118 961 1392 or see Cinema Hire The Cinema is available for commercial hire. Please call 01344 413514 for details. How to Book Online Visit In person Mon–Sat 10am–8.30pm Sun & bank holidays 12noon–8.30pm By phone Call on 01344 484123 during opening times above. By post Send details of your booking to The Box Office, South Hill Park, Ringmead, Bracknell, Berkshire, RG12 7PA. Enclose SAE if you want tickets to be posted to you. Reservations Reservations can be held for four days or until 48hrs prior to a performance. Reservations cannot be made on the day of the performance. Tickets not paid for within this time will be released. We are unable to reserve tickets for near sell-out shows. Accessibility The cinema is accessible to those with mobility problems. If you use a wheelchair please advise the Box Office when booking. A helper accompanying a wheelchair user gets a complimentary ticket. How to Find us South Hill Park is approx 7 mins drive from Bracknell town centre and is easily accessible from the M3 and M4. We are very well signposted – look out for the brown road signs saying ‘Arts Centre’ or showing a comedy mask. There is FREE parking at South Hill Park. South Hill Park reserves the right to make changes to the published programme in the event of unforeseen circumstances. South Hill Park, Ringmead, Birch Hill, Bracknell, Berks  RG12 7PA South Hill Park Trust Limited A charitable company limited by guarantee Charity number 265656

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