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Film and Live Screenings

South Hill Park Cinema · Bracknell 

wilde theatre · mansion house · cinema · italian gardens · studio theatre · gallery bars · licensed wedding venue · recital room · art and dance studios · restaurant March – April 2018

Members can book from Mon 12 Feb Non-members from Mon 19 Feb

Dementia-Friendly Screenings

All tickets £5.50 each 

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.

Easter Parade

Jailhouse Rock

Mon 12 March 2pm

Mon 14 May 2pm

Dir. Charles Walters, 1948, US, 99 mins Judy Garland, Fred Astaire, Ann Miller

Dir. Richard Thorpe, US, 1957, 95 mins Elvis Presley, Judy Tyler, Mickey Shaughnessy

A nightclub performer hires a naive chorus girl to make his former dance partner jealous. Garland and Astaire impress with show-stopping tunes Drum Crazy, Stepping Out with My Baby, It Only Happens When I Dance with You and A Couple of Swells.

Gentlemen Prefer Blondes

All the Money in the World

Goodbye Christopher Robin Mon 26 Feb & Thu 1 March 7.30pm Fri 2 March 10.30am

In prison for accidentally killing a man, Vince Everett is introduced to the music business, but on release success goes to his head. With songs Don’t Leave Me Now, Treat Me Nice, (You’re So Square) Baby I Don’t Care and, of course, Jailhouse Rock.

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the Money in the World

Dir. Vincente Minelli, US, 1954, 108 mins Gene Kelly, Cyd Charisse, Van Johnson

Dir. Howard Hawks, 1953, US, 89 mins Jane Russell, Marilyn Monroe, Charles Coburn

Two sexy and charming gold-diggers, the archetypal dumb blonde Lorelei and her astute brunette friend Dorothy, set sail on a luxury-liner bound for France. Featuring Diamonds Are a Girl’s Best Friend, Bye, Bye Baby and When Love Goes Wrong.

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. ★ A  ll

Mon 11 June 2pm

Mon 9 April 2pm

Dir. Simon Curtis, UK, 2017, 107 mins Domhnall Gleeson, Margot Robbie, Kelly Macdonald

Sat 3 March 7.30pm Sun 4 March 3pm

On a hunting trip in Scotland two Americans encounter a mysterious village where people behave as if they were living two hundred years ago. Enjoy toe-tappers I’ll Go Home with Bonnie Jean, Brigadoon and Almost Like Being Love.

Dir. Ridley Scott, US, 2017, 133 mins Michelle Williams, Christopher Plummer, Mark Wahlberg

The kidnapping of 16-year-old John Paul Getty III and the desperate attempts by his devoted mother to convince his billionaire grandfather to pay the ransom. Christopher Plummer and Michelle Williams excel in this gripping drama. BAFTA nominee, OSCAR nominee

Hostiles Easter Parade

Gentlemen Prefer Blondes

Fri 2 March 2.30pm Sat 3 March 3pm Sun 4 March 7.30pm


Dir. Scott Cooper, US, 2017, 133 mins Christian Bale, Timothée Chalamet, Rosamund Pike, Wes Studi

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.

Key to Symbols Silver Screening Bringing in Baby Family Screening Hard of Hearing

Oscars · BAFTAs Golden Globes Look out for this symbol The Awards season is celebrated in this leaflet

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

In 1892 an Army captain is ordered to escort a dying Cheyenne chief and his family through dangerous territory. This brutally violent and psychologically rich epic benefits from astonishing cinematography and refined performances.

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)

Booking dates  Members from Mon 12 Feb, Non-members from Mon 19 Feb


New World Cinema

Special Member Offer Book for all three films get one free

Celebrating three new and distinctive titles from around the world, these film festival award-winners will fascinate, delight and move you.

Mountains May Depart (Shan he gu ren)


Mon 19 March 7.30pm

Mon 16 – Tue 17 April 7.30pm

Mon 5 March 7.30pm

Dir. Alain Gomis, Fr/Bel/Sen/Ger/Leb, 2017, 129 mins, Lingala/French with subtitles Véro Tshanda Beya Mputu, Gaetan Claudia, Papi Mpaka

Dir. Sebastián Lelio, Chil/Ger/Sp/US, 2017, 104 mins, Spanish with subtitles Daniela Vega, Francisco Reyes, Luis Gnecco

Dir. Zhangke Jia, Chin/Fr/Jap, 2015, 131 mins, Mandarin/Cantonese with subtitles Tao Zhao, Yi Zhang, Jing Dong Liang

The life of dancer Tao, and those close to her, is explored in three time periods: 1999, 2014, and 2025. A bold study of what it means to be Chinese in the modern age. Speaks with taciturn eloquence SIGHT&SOUND

Félicité sings in a bar in Kinshasa. When her 14-year-old son has an accident, she goes on a frantic search. A heady trip into downtown Kinshasa, as magnetic and enigmatic as its forceful central character. A dramatic, compassionate study GUARDIAN

A Fantastic Woman

Marina, a waitress and nightclub singer, is devastated by the death of her older boyfriend. A thrilling and exhilarating emotional ride of a film. A timely, compassionate film OBSERVER OSCAR nominee


Easter Parade

Thu 8 March 7.30pm

Mon 12 March 7.30pm

Dir. Amanda Lipitz, US, 2017, 82 mins Paula Dofat, Cori Grainger, Tayla Solomo

Dir. Charles Walters, 1948, US, 99 mins Judy Garland, Fred Astaire, Ann Miller

Soul-stirring, foot-stomping and inspirational documentary following an inner-city Baltimore girls’ high-school dance team. A buoyantly uplifting celebration of womanhood and the dedicated educators who have their backs. Inspiring film about hope, grit and dreams TIMEOUT

A nightclub performer hires a naive chorus girl to make his former dance partner jealous. Garland and Astaire impress with show-stopping tunes Drum Crazy, Stepping Out with My Baby, It Only Happens When I Dance with You and A Couple of Swells.

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

Murder on the Orient Express Fri 9 March 10.30am Fri 9 March 2.30pm Sat 10 – Sun 11 March 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. ★

Paddington 2

Fri 9 March 7.30pm Sat 10 – Sun 11 March 3pm


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. BAFTA nominee

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The Post

Based on true events in 1971, the US’s first female newspaper publisher and her hard-driving editor join an unprecedented battle to expose a government cover-up of Vietnam War secrets. OSCAR nominee

Dir. Dan Gilroy, US, 2018, 122 mins Denzel Washington, Colin Farrell, Carmen Ejogo

Lover for a Day

BAFTA nominee, OSCAR nominee

Darkest Hour

Fri 16 March 10.30am Fri 16 March 2.30pm Fri 16 – Sun 18 March 7.30pm Sat 17 – Sun 18 March 3pm Mon 19 March 2.30pm

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Dir. Andy Serkis, UK, 2017, 114 mins Gary Oldman, Kristin Scott Thomas, Lily James

Prime Minister Winston Churchill seeks to rally the nation against Germany’s advance across Western Europe. Oldman is magnificent in this rousing, satisfying watch. Golden Globe winner, BAFTA nominee, OSCAR nominee, Screen Actors Guild Awards 2018 nominee

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Dir. Steven Spielberg, US, 2017, 116 mins Tom Hanks, Meryl Streep, Alison Brie

Wed 14 – Thu 15 March 7.30pm

A driven, idealistic defence attorney sets aside his activist roots to make money, but one decision comes back to haunt him. A nervy, compelling performance from the Oscar-winning Washington dominates this unconventional morality play.


Mon 26 March 7.30pm Dir. Philippe Garrel, Fr, 2017, 76 mins, French with subtitles Esther Garrel, Éric Caravaca, Louise Chevillotte

Following a relationship breakdown, a young woman discovers her father dating a woman of own her age. Beautifully shot in black and white, this is a bittersweet, and intoxicating study of relationships in flux.

Journey’s End Wed 28 – Thu 29 March 7.30pm Fri 30 March 2.30pm Sat 31 March 7.30pm


Dir. Saul Dibb, UK, 2017, 108 mins Paul Bettany, Sam Claflin, Asa Butterfield

In 1918, a company of British soldiers await their fate as the German army prepares an offensive. With an ever-strong anti-war message, this powerful version of RC Sherriff’s famous play is beautifully acted by a fine cast.

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

Woman with a Movie Camera We conclude our short season of exceptional films with a woman at the helm. To mark International Women’s Day with its theme of Women in the Changing World of Work, join us as we celebrate women behind the camera.

The Blot 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. Plus short film Tape

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


Fri 30 March 10.30am Sat 31 March 3pm Mon 2 – Tue 3 April 1pm

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Dir. Carlos Saldanha, US, 2018, 106 mins Voices: John Cena, Kate McKinnon, David Tennant

A powerful bull with a gentle nature, Ferdinand is mistaken for a dangerous beast and rallies a misfit team to avoid the bullring. This joyous comedy will tickle the whole family. OSCAR nominee

Monty Python’s Life of Brian


Wed 4 – Thu 5 April 1pm Fri 6 April 10.30am Sat 7 – Sun 8 April 3pm

Mon 2 – Tue 3 April 7.30pm Dir. Marc Rothemund, De, 2017, 111 mins German with subtitles Kostja Ullmann, Kida Khodr Ramadan, Anna Maria Mühe

Dir. Howard Hawks, 1953, US, 89 mins Jane Russell, Marilyn Monroe, Charles Coburn

Two sexy and charming gold-diggers, the archetypal dumb blonde Lorelei and her astute brunette friend Dorothy, set sail on a luxury-liner bound for France. Featuring Diamonds Are a Girl’s Best Friend, Bye, Bye Baby and When Love Goes Wrong. ★


Tue 10 April 7.30pm

Golden Globe winner, BAFTA nominee, OSCAR nominee

Fri 6 April 2.30pm Fri 6 – Sun 8 April 7.30pm

My Blind Date with Life


Confronted with his family’s ancestral ban on music, 12-year-old Miguel enters the Land of the Dead to find his great-great-grandfather, a legendary singer. Delightful story-telling, catchy music and knockabout comedy mark this out as an enduring classic.

Dir. Terry Jones, UK, 1979, 94 mins Graham Chapman, John Cleese, Terry Gilliam, Eric Idle, Terry Jones, Michael Palin

Born in Bethlehem, Brian Cohen is reluctantly mistaken for the promised Messiah. Anarchic satire of both religion and Hollywood’s depiction of all things biblical. Just remember, he’s not the Messiah, he’s a very naughty boy!


Dirs. Lee Unkrich/Adrian Molina, US, 2018, 105 mins Voices: Anthony Gonzalez, Gael García Bernal, Benjamin Bratt

Fri 30 March 7.30pm Sun 1 April 3pm

Gentlemen Prefer Blondes Mon 9 April 7.30pm

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

The Blot

Phantom Thread

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Bracknell Film Society Dir. Andrey Zvyagintsev, Rus/Fr/Ger/Bel, 2017, 122 mins, Russian with subtitles Maryana Spivak, Aleksey Rozin, Matvey Novikov

12-year-old Alyosha witnesses his parents’ vicious divorce, which is marked by resentment, frustration and bitter recrimination. Zvyagintsev follows up 2014’s Leviathan with an investigation of the microcosm of familial dysfunction; aligning with the metaphysical ills of modern Russia. A stark, mysterious and terrifying story of spiritual catastrophe GUARDIAN OSCAR nominee

Dir. Paul Thomas Anderson, US, 2017, 130 mins Daniel Day-Lewis, Vicky Krieps, Lesley Manville

Plus short film Skinscapes

1950’s England. Reynolds Woodcock is a renowned couturier whose fastidious life is disrupted by a young, strong-willed woman. Exquisitely made with visual flair, impeccable acting and perfectly matching score. Pure delicious pleasure GUARDIAN

Dir. Igor Chekachkov, Ukr, 2016, 140 secs Ukrainian with subtitles

The history of Ukrainian independence and the connection with our social and political space is depicted through the skinscapes of a young woman’s body.

BAFTA nominee, OSCAR nominee

A visually impaired, ambitious young man hides his disability in an effort to land his dream job at a luxury hotel. An endearing, feel-good romantic comedy based on real-life events. Ferdinand

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Monty Python’s Life of Brian

Early Man

Wonder Wheel

Early Man Tue 10 – Thu 12 April 1pm Thu 12 April 7.30pm Fri 13 April 10.30am Sat 14 – Sun 15 April 3pm

Quarterly Classic

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Dir. Nick Park, UK, 2018, 89 mins Voices: Eddie Redmayne, Maisie Williams, Tom Hiddleston

Fri 20 April 10.30am Fri 20 April 2.30pm Fri 20 – Sun 22 April 7.30pm Sat 21 – Sun 22 April 3pm


Dir. James Marsh, UK, 2018, 110 mins Colin Firth, Rachel Weisz, David Thewlis

At the dawn of time, when woolly mammoths roam the earth, caveman Dug must unite his tribe against a mighty enemy to save their home. Near-perfect, deliriously funny tale in the hand-crafted loveliness that is clay-animation.

Entering the first non-stop, singlehanded, round-the-world yacht race to save his ailing business, the inexperience of Donald Crowhurst makes for disastrous and dramatic struggles. Complex, expressive performances in a riveting tale of ambition, adventure and madness.

Finding Your Feet


Fri 13 April 2.30pm Sat 14 – Sun 15 April 7.30pm Mon 16 April 2.30pm

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Dir. Richard Loncraine, UK, 2017, 111 mins Imelda Staunton, Joanna Lumley, Celia Imrie, Timothy Spall

A middle-class snob is forced into exile with her bohemian sister who lives on an impoverished inner-city council estate. Heart-warming comedy with irony and witty remarks galore, an abundance of romance, affection, and a stonking cast. ★


The Shape of Water

Wed 18 – Thu 19 April 7.30pm Dir. Guillermo del Toro, US/Can, 2017, 123 mins Sally Hawkins, Richard Jenkins, Michael Shannon

At a top-secret research facility in early 1960s, a lonely cleaner is drawn into a secret classified experiment. A cold war-era B-movie thriller, this ravishing romance is sweet, sad and sexy and utterly captivating. Boundlessly beautiful TELEGRAPH

Mon 23 – Tue 24 April 7.30pm Dirs. Kristina Grozeva/Petar Valchanov, Bulg/Gre, 2016, 101 mins, Bulgarian with subtitles Stefan Denolyubov, Margita Gosheva, Ana Bratoeva

When a reclusive railway worker hands in cash he finds on the tracks, the transport ministry’s head of PR uses him as a diversion from a corruption scandal. Black comedy at its best – subtle and deadpan.

12 Angry Men Thu 26 April 7.30pm Bracknell Film Society Dir. Sidney Lumet, US, 1957, 92 mins Henry Fonda, Lee J. Cobb, Martin Balsam

An 18-year-old is accused of killing his abusive father. Eleven of the jurors are convinced he did it; juror No 8 isn’t so sure. Astonishingly powerful study in humanity as each juror faces his own prejudices and emotions. Tense, lucid, and admirably economical TIMEOUT

Wonder Wheel Fri 27 April 10.30am Fri 27 April 2.30pm Fri 27 & Sun 29 April 7.30pm Sat 28 – Sun 29 April 3pm

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Dir. Woody Allen, US, 2017, 101 mins Kate Winslet, Jim Belushi, Justin Timberlake

Coney Island in the 1950s. The beleaguered wife of a carousel operator finds solace in an affair until a visitor arrives. Shattered dreams, reckless love and betrayal abound in this ambitious and vivid recreation of the period.

Last Flag Flying Wed 25 & Sat 28 April 7.30pm Dir. Richard Linklater, US, 2017, 125 mins Bryan Cranston, Laurence Fishburne, Steve Carell

Thirty years after they served together in Vietnam, three former marines reunite after one of their sons is killed in Iraq. A showcase for three superlative performances and an emotionally resonant road trip that is as funny as it is heart-breaking.

Golden Globe winner, BAFTA nominee, OSCAR nominee

Last Flag Flying

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Finding Your Feet

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

Live and Recorded Screenings

Oscar Wilde Season Lady Windermere’s Fan

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

Our Last Tango

Call Me by Your Name

Mon 30 April – Tue 1 May 7.30pm Dir. Luca Guadagnino, It/Fr/Bra/US, 2017, 132 mins, English/Italian/French some subtitles Armie Hammer, Timothée Chalamet, Michael Stuhlbarg

1983. In idyllic Northern Italy, a young man develops a mutual infatuation with his father’s research assistant. An outstanding film of pure sensual pleasure, set in the beguiling Lombardian landscape. Triumphant and heart-breaking 

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.


National Theatre Live Cat On a Hot Tin Roof Fri 2 March 7pm


BAFTA nominee, OSCAR nominee

Starring Sienna Miller, Jack O’Connell and Colm Meaney, Tennessee Williams’s masterpiece played a strictly limited season to great acclaim in London’s West End in 2017. A Southern family gather at their Mississippi cotton plantation to celebrate Big Daddy’s birthday. The scorching heat is almost as oppressive as the lies they tell.

Dir. German Kral, Arg/Ger/Sp, 2015, 85 mins, Spanish with subtitles María Nieves Rego, Juan Carlos Copes, Melina Brutman

Deeply touching and stylistically innovative documentary about the life and love story of Argentina’s famous tango dancers, who met as teenagers and danced together for nearly fifty years until a painful separation tore them apart.

Jailhouse Rock Mon 14 May 7.30pm Dir. Richard Thorpe, US, 1957, 95 mins Elvis Presley, Judy Tyler, Mickey Shaughnessy

In prison for accidentally killing a man, Vince Everett is introduced to the music business, but on release success goes to his head. With songs Don’t Leave Me Now, Treat Me Nice, (You’re So Square) Baby I Don’t Care and, of course, Jailhouse Rock.

A new production of Oscar Wilde’s sparkling social comedy from the Vaudeville Theatre in London’s West End, and directed by award-winning writer, actor and director Kathy Burke. The day of Lady Windermere’s birthday party and all is perfectly in order, until her friend Lord Darlington plants a seed of suspicion.

National Theatre Live Julius Caesar

as live

Thu 22 March 7pm


180 mins interval TBC £20, Conc £19, Members £18

£19, Conc £18, Members £17

Wed 2 May 7.30pm


165 mins £18, Conc £17, Members £16


Our Last Tango

as live

Tue 20 March 7.15pm

Royal Opera House Live Bernstein Centenary: New McGregor / The Age of Anxiety / New Wheeldon Tue 27 March 7.15pm


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

Royal Opera House Live Carmen Tue 6 March 6.45pm

Ben Whishaw plays Brutus to David Calder’s Caesar and David Morrissey’s Mark Antony. Live from The Bridge Theatre, London, Nicholas Hytner’s production thrusts the audience into the street party that greets Caesar’s return, the congress that witnesses his murder, the rally that assembles for his funeral and the chaos that explodes in its wake.


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

The best-known work by French composer Georges Bizet and one of the most famous operas in the entire art form, this opera’s heady combination of passion, sensuality and violence is given a fresh point of view in Barrie Kosky’s highly physical production.

Leonard Bernstein was one of the first classical composers in America to achieve both popular and critical acclaim. To celebrate the centenary year of the composer’s birth The Royal Ballet has united all three of its associate choreographers to celebrate the dynamic range and danceability of Bernstein’s music.

Coming Soon Lady Bird, The Current War, The Leisure Seeker, On Chesil Beach, The Square Carmen

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Julius Caesar

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

Bristol Old Vic Messiah


Sun 1 April 7pm


135 mins £18, Conc £17, Members £16

Inspired by Handel’s profound religious masterpiece, this acclaimed Bristol Old Vic production provides a rare chance to experience a powerfully dramatic account of Messiah and rediscover the intense spirituality of its many well-known arias and choruses. This dramatized concert is a rare treat for connoisseurs and enthusiasts alike.

Royal Opera House Live Macbeth Wed 4 April 7.15pm


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

Verdi’s life-long love affair with Shakespeare’s works began with Macbeth, a play he considered to be ‘one of the greatest creations of man’. Phyllida Lloyd’s 2002 production is richly hued, shot through with black, red and gold. The witches – imagined by designer Anthony Ward as strange, scarlet-turbaned creatures – are ever-present agents of fate.

Royal Shakespeare Company Live Macbeth Wed 11 April 7pm

Performances on Sale Now –see our website for full details 2018 Royal Opera House Live Manon Thu 3 May 7.15pm £20, Conc £19, Members £18

Royal Opera House Live Swan Lake Tue 12 June 7.15pm £20, Conc £19, Members £18  LIVE 

Matthew Bourne’s  NEW  Cinderella Tue 15 May 7pm  RECORDED with LIVE Q&A  £14, Conc £13, Members £12 An American in Paris  NEW  Wed 16 May 7pm  RECORDED  £19, Conc £18, Members £17 Opéra national de Paris Thierrée, Shechter, Pérez, Pite 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 Shakespeare Company Live as live The Merry Wives of Windsor Wed 12 Sept 7pm  LIVE  £18, Conc £17, Members £16

Oscar Wilde Season as live An Ideal Husband   NEW  Mon 11 June 7.15pm  Delayed Live  £18, Conc £17, Members £16

Oscar Wilde Season The Importance of as live Being Earnest Tue 9 Oct 7.15pm £18, Conc £17, Members £16


Art on Screen 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.


Exhibition on Screen Vincent Van Gogh: A New Way of Seeing Wed 21 March 7.30pm Dir. David Bickerstaff, 90 mins £12, Conc £11, Members £10


Berliner Philharmoniker Series Conducted by Kirill Petrenko  LIVE  

140 mins with 25 min interval £18, Conc £17, Members £16

Featuring ‘The most sought-after conductor of our time’ (Süddeutsche Zeitung) the programme includes: Anatoly Lyadov’s The Enchanted Lake, Prokofiev’s Concerto for Piano and Orchestra No 3 and Franz Schmidt’s Symphony No 4 in C major. With Yuja Wang on piano.

Berliner Philharmoniker Series Sir Simon Rattle’s Farewell Concert Wed 20 Jun6 6.30pm  LIVE  £18, Conc £17, Members £16


210 mins TBC £18, Conc £17, Members £16

Fri 13 April 6.30pm


Royal Shakespeare Company Live as live Romeo & Juliet Wed 18 July 7pm  LIVE  £18, Conc £17, Members £16

as live

Returning home from battle, the victorious Macbeth meets three witches on the heath. Driven by their disturbing prophecies, he sets out on the path to murder. A contemporary production of Shakespeare’s darkest psychological thriller marks both Christopher Eccleston’s RSC debut and the return of Niamh Cusack to the Company.

Opéra national de Paris Don Pasquale Tue 19 June 6.15pm £20, Conc £19, Members £18


Perhaps more than any other artist, Van Gogh’s life has long captured the imagination of storytellers. Delving deep into his fascinating and sometimes deeply troubled world this definitive, award-winning documentary showcases Van Gogh’s iconic works and features exclusive interviews with the curatorial team at the Van Gogh Museum.

Lift Off is our annual dance festival for local, national and international dance companies. Vincent Van Gogh: A New Way of Seeing

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

Booking Dates Members from Mon 12 Feb Non-members from Mon 19 Feb

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 A 50p per ticket booking fee is charged for all bookings up to a maximum of £5 per booking. Current members of South Hill Park do not pay this fee. 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. Data Protection Customers’ data is handled according to the regulations established by the Data Protection Act. 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


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

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.


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

All prices correct at time of printing.

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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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