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Film and Live Screenings

New film start times From Thu 6 July 2017 film start times are changing from 7.45pm to 7.30pm Booking dates Members from Mon 5 June Non-members from Mon 12 June

July – August 2017 ¡ 01344 484123 The creative heart of Berkshire

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.

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2 Thu 29 – Fri 30 June 7.45pm Fri 30 June 10.30am Sat 1 – Sun 2 July 3pm


Dir. James Gunn, US, 2017, 136 mins Chris Pratt, Chris Sullivan, Zoe Saldana

The Guardians continue to traverse the outer reaches of the cosmos, fighting to keep their newfound family together as they unravel the mysteries of Peter Quill’s true parentage. Enjoyable sci-fi action romp.

New film start times From Thu 6 July 2017 film start times are changing from 7.45pm to 7.30pm This time change is to accommodate start times of other events at SHP. We apologise for any inconvenience.

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Calamity Jane

G.I. Blues

Mon 10 July

Mon 14 Aug

Dir. David Butler, US, 1953, 99 mins Doris Day, Howard Keel, Allyn Ann McLerie

Dir. Norman Taurog, US, 1960, 100 mins Elvis Presley, Juliet Prowse, Robert Ivers

Frontier scout Calamity Jane is a crack shot and friendly rival to Wild Bill Hickok, and with a crush on a handsome army lieutenant. Join Doris Day in glorious Technicolor as she sings The Deadwood Stage, The Windy City, Black Hills of Dakota and Secret Love.

Stationed with the Army in Germany, Tulsa loves to sing. To realise his dream of running a nightclub, he takes on a bet to spend the night with an icy cabaret dancer. Relive classic Elvis hits Pocketful of Rainbows, Blue Suede Shoes, Wooden Heart and, of course, GI Blues.

Going in Style

Toni Erdman

Fri 30 June 2.30pm Sat 1 – Sun 2 July 7.45pm

Mon 3 July 7pm

Dir. Zach Braff, US, 2017, 96 mins Morgan Freeman, Michael Caine, Alan Arkin

Desperate to pay the bills three lifelong pals risk everything with a daring plan to rob the very bank that absconded with their money. Super comedy crime caper with delicious humour and a spirited cast.

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)


Dir. Marin Ade, Ger, 2016, 162 mins, German with subtitles Peter Simonischek, Sandra Hüller, Michael Wittenborn

A father tries to reconnect with his workaholic daughter as he accompanies her on a business trip. The charm and genius of this highly original, outrageously funny film is in what you don’t see coming. A humane, hilarious triumph VARIETY

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

Booking dates: Members from Mon 5 June, Non-members from Mon 12 June

The Zookeeper’s Wife

My Life as a Courgette



The Other Side of Hope

Tue 4 July 7.45pm

Fri 7 & Sun 9 July 7.30pm

Tue 11 July 7.30pm

Bracknell Film Society Dir. Pema Tseden, Chin 2015, 124 mins Tibetan/Mandarin with subtitles Shide Nyima, Yangshik Tso

Dir. Pablo Larrain, Chil/Fr/US, 2016, 100 mins Natalie Portman, Peter Sarsgaard, Billy Crudup, John Hurt

Bracknell Film Society Dir. Aki Kaurismäki, Fin/Ger, 2017, 100 mins Finnish/Arabic/Swedish with subtitles Sakari Kuosmanen, Sherwan Haji, Tommi Korpela

In the city to obtain an ID card, shepherd Tharlo encounters a distinctly modern young Tibetan woman who changes his life. Striking black and white photography captures Tharlo’s sense of alienation, in an allegory for Tibet’s identity crisis and struggle to reconcile deep-rooted tradition with the inevitable march of modernity. Intense and measured… demands and rewards investment  NY TIMES Plus short film Don’t Feed the Ducks Dir. Tom Edmondson, UK, 2015, 2 mins

First they’re coming for your bread, then they’re coming for you…

The Zookeeper’s Wife Thu 6 July 7.30pm Fri 7 July 10.30am Fri 7 July 2.30pm Dir. Nikyi Caro, Czech Rep/UK/US, 2017, 127 mins Jessica Chastain, Johan Heldenbergh, Daniel Brühl

The true story of zookeepers Jan and Antonina Zabinski who turned their home into a refuge for Jews from the Warsaw Ghetto. A compelling story with engaging performances and themes of love, friendship and loyalty in the face of hatred and intolerance.

Following the assassination of her husband, First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy fights through grief and trauma to regain her faith and define her husband’s historic legacy. A smart script and an outstanding central performance capture the film’s theme of sudden, shocking change.

My Life as a Courgette Please note grown-up content Sat 8 – Sun 9 July 3pm


Dir. Claude Barras, Swit/Fr, 2016, 66 mins Voices: Erick Abbate, Ness Krell, Nick Offerman

After losing his mother a young boy is sent to an orphanage where he begins to learn the meaning of hope, trust and true love. Stunning animation dealing with mature themes and eschewing sentimentality for honesty.

A United Kingdom Sat 8 & Mon 10 July 7.30pm Dir. Amma Asante, UA/UK, 2016, 111 mins David Oyelowo, Rosamund Pike, Laura Carmichael

In the late 1940s, Prince Seretse Khama of Botswana caused an international stir when he married a white woman from London. Handsomely-made, superbly acted and genuinely moving story of forbidden romance and political intrigue.

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An aspiring restaurateur befriends a Syrian refugee. Off-beat comedy-drama with topicality and emotive heft via its humane and compassionate study of that most pressing of global issues: the plight of the refugee. Devilishly funny GUARDIAN Plus short film Make Music Not War Dirs. Denys Kushnarov/Oles Seredytskyi/ Roman Orlov, Ukr , 2015, 106 secs

A poignant reflection on the role of the Ukrainian military past and present.

Free Fire Wed 12 July 7.30pm Dir. Ben Wheatley, UK/Fr, 2015, 89 mins Sharlto Copley, Armie Hammer, Brie Larson

Boston, 1978. A meeting between two gangs in a deserted warehouse turns into a game of survival. An impressive cast strips the crime flick down to the bare essentials: criminals, cursing, double-crosses and lots and lots of shooting. Smart, stylish and dazzling GUARDIAN

I Am Not Your Negro Thu 13 July 7.30pm Dir. Raoul Peck, US/Fr, 2016, 92 mins Samuel L Jackson (voice), James Baldwin, Harry Belafonte, Marlon Brando

This transfixing, revelatory documentary is based on notes author James Baldwin wrote in response to the assassinations of his friends Martin Luther King Jr, Malcolm X and Medgar Evers. It explores Civil Rights, America’s troubled relationship with race and Baldwin himself.

The Promise

The Promise Fri 14 July 10.30am Fri 14 July 2.30pm Sat 15 July 7.30pm Sun 16 July 3pm

Pirates of the Caribbean: Salazar’s Revenge

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Dir. Terry George, Sp/US, 2017, 130 mins Christian Bale, Charlotte le Bon, Oscar Isaac

An American journalist and an Armenian medical student get caught up in the genocide of the Armenian people by the Ottoman Empire. An ambitious, sweeping epic of the still-disputed Armenian genocide, Handsome, accessible and illuminating TIMEOUT

Colossal Fri 14 & Sun 16 July 7.30pm Sat 15 July 3pm Dir. Nacho Vigalondo, Can/Sp, 2017, 109 mins Dan Stevens, Anne Hathaway, Jason Sudeikis

An out-of-work party girl forced to move back home, realises she is connected to a strange phenomenon on the other side of the globe. Smart, snappy indie comedy meets monster movie in this complete original.

Frantz Tue 18 July 7.30pm Dir. Francois Ozon, Fr/Ger, 2016, 114 mins, French/German with subtitles Pierre Niney, Paula Beer, Ernst Stötzner

In the aftermath of the First World War, a young German woman grieving for her fiancé meets a mysterious Frenchman who visits the fiancé’s grave to lay flowers. A restrained film with exceptional performances and an intriguing plot. Sumptuous period drama GUARDIAN

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I Am Not  Madame Bovary

Wed 19 July7.30pm

Tue 25 July 7.30pm

Dir. Sean Foley, UK, 2017, 89 mins Julian Barratt, Essie Davis, Andrea Riseborough, Harriet Walter

A has-been actor best known as the title character in a 1980s detective series must work with the police to catch a serial killer. Hilarious but loving send-up of vintage home-grown detective shows, destined to be a great British cult comedy. Mark Kermode’s Film of the Week!

King Arthur: Legend of the Sword Fri 21 July 10.30am Sat 22 July 3pm

Quarterly Classic


Robbed of his birth right, street urchin Arthur pulls the sword from the stone, and is forced to acknowledge his true destiny – whether he likes it or not. Epic fantasy action and a new take on a classic tale.

Fri 21 July 2.30pm Fri 21 & Sun 23 July 7.30pm

A woman tricked into agreeing to a divorce doggedly takes on the Chinese government and legal system in her fight for justice. Dark social satire examining petty bureaucracy and political indifference to human rights.

Miracle in Milan

Dir. Guy Ritchie, US, 2017, 126 mins Charlie Hunnam, Katie McGrath, Annabelle Wallis, Jude Law

The Journey

Dir. Xiaogang Feng, Chin, 2017, 139 mins, Mandarin with subtitles Da Peng, Bingbing Fan, Fan Wei, Xiaogang Feng


Dir. Nick Hamm, UK, 2016, 94 mins Timothy Spall, Colm Meaney, John Hurt

Two implacable enemies are forced to take a short journey together – and change the course of history. Entertaining, fictional take on the real and extraordinary rapprochement that developed between the DUP’s Ian Paisley and Sinn Féin’s Martin McGuinness.

Wed 26 July 7.30pm Bracknell Film Society Dir. Vittorio de Sica, It, 1951, 92 mins, Italian with subtitles Francesco Golisano, Brunella Bovo, Emma Gramatica

Open-hearted orphan Toto begins living with a cluster of beggars and transforms their lives. A quintessential work of Italian neo-realism, De Sica’s funny fable displays his humanistic ideology through the tale of an orphan granted magical powers.

Pirates of the Caribbean: Salazar’s Revenge Fri 28 July 10.30am Fri 28 July 2.30pm Fri 28 – Sun 30 July 7.30pm Sat 29 – Sun 30 July 3pm

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Dirs. Joachim Rønning/Espen Sandberg, US, 2017, 129 mins Johnny Depp, Geoffrey Rush, Javier Bardem

Captain Jack Sparrow searches for the trident of Poseidon to break a curse when his old nemesis, the evil Salazar, escapes from the Devil’s Triangle. Good pacing, solid action and a menacing villain make this an entertaining romp.

Wonder Woman

The Mummy

After the Storm

My Cousin Rachel

Tue 1 Aug 7.30pm

Fri 4 Aug 2.30pm Sat 5 Sun 6 Aug 7.30pm

Dir. Hirokazu Kore-eda, Jap, 2016, 118 mins, Japanese with subtitles Hiroshi Abe, Yôko Maki, Satomi Kobayashi



Dir. Roger Michell, UK/US, 2017, 106 mins Sam Claflin, Rachel Weisz, Holliday Grainger

The Mummy


Fri 11 Aug 10.30am Fri 11 Aug 7.30pm Sat 12 – Sun 13 Aug 3pm


Dir. Alex Kurtzman, US, 2017, 120 mins Tom Cruise, Russell Crowe, Sofia Boutella

After the death of his father, a private detective struggles to find child support money and reconnect with his son and ex-wife. With gentle rhythms and humour this is a quietly moving picture that speaks to us all.

A young man plots revenge against his mysterious, beautiful cousin, believing that she murdered his guardian. Gripping Cornwall-set mystery-thriller adaptation of the1951 novel by Daphne du Maurier.


A Man Called Ove

Wed 2 Aug 7.30pm

Tue 8 Aug 7.30pm

Dir. Seth Gordon, US, 2017, 116 mins Dwayne Johnson, Zac Efron, Alexandra Daddario

Bracknell Film Society Dir. Hannes Holm, Swe, 2015, 126 mins, Swedish/Persian with subtitles Rolf Lassgård, Bahar Pars, Zozan Akgün

Fri 11 Aug 2.30pm Sat 12 – Sun 13 Aug 7.30pm

Isolated retiree Ove has strict principles and a short fuse, and spends his days enforcing rules only he cares about. Then a young family moves in next door. A heart-warming tale of unreliable first impressions.

As Stalin advances the ambitions of communists, a young artist battles to save his lover from the Holodomor, the death-by-starvation programme that killed millions of Ukrainians. Epic story bringing to light a devastating chapter in European history.

Devoted lifeguard Mitch Buchanan and a brash new recruit uncover a local criminal plot that threatens the future of the Bay. Tongue-in-cheek reboot full of pleasing sun-drenched nostalgia.

Letters from Baghdad Thu 3 Aug 7.30pm

Plus short film Perfect House Guest

Dirs. Zeva Oelbaum/Sabine Krayenbüehl, US/UK/Fr, 2016, 93 mins Ammar Haj Ahmad, Adam Astill, Tilda Swinton

Dirs. Max Porter/Ru Kuwahata, UK, 2015, 106 secs

Intelligent documentary exploring the extraordinary life of English writer, archaeologist, diplomat and spy, Gertrude Bell, sometimes called the female Lawrence of Arabia. With a rich tapestry of archival footage we see a past that is eerily current.

A house is visited by a clean, organised, well-mannered guest.

Wonder Woman

During the 1960s renegade Scottish psychiatrist RD Laing courts controversy within his profession, and for the unique community he creates for his patients. David Tennant shines in an unconventional and absorbing biopic.


Fri 4 Aug 10.30am Fri 4 Aug 7.30pm Sat 5 – Sun 6 Aug 3pm


Dir. Patty Jenkins, US, 2017, TBC mins Gal Gadot, Robin Wright, Chris Pine

Diana, princess of the Amazons, trained to be an unconquerable warrior. Fighting alongside man in a war to end all wars, she discovers her full powers and true destiny as Wonder Woman. Thrilling reboot of the classic comic heroine.


Mad to be Normal Thu 10 Aug 7.30pm Dir. Robert Mullan, UK, 2017, 105 mins David Tennant, Elisabeth Moss, Michael Gambon

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An ancient princess is awakened from her crypt beneath the desert, bringing with her malevolence grown over millennia, and terrors that defy human comprehension. Exhilarating action thriller.

Bitter Harvest


Dir. George Mendeluk, Can, 2017, 103 mins Max Irons, Terence Stamp, Samantha Barks

From the Land of the Moon Tue 15 Aug 7.30pm Dir. Nicole Garcia, Fr/Bel/Can, 2016, 121 mins French/Spanish/German with subtitles Marion Cotillard, Louis Garrel, Alex Brendemühl,

In 1950s France, a passionate, free-spirited woman in a loveless marriage falls for another man. Marion Cotillard excels in this sweeping tale of love lost. An intriguing and affecting movie TIMEOUT

New film start times From Thu 6 July 2017 film start times are changing from 7.45pm to 7.30pm This time change is to accommodate start times of other events at SHP. We apologise for any inconvenience.

Churchill Fri 25 Aug 10.30am Fri 25 Aug 2.30pm Fri 25 – Sun 27 Aug 7.30pm

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Dir. Jonathan Teplitzky, UK, 2017, 98 mins Brian Cox, Miranda Richardson, John Slattery

Transformers: The Last Knight


Alien: Covenant


Wed 16 Aug 7.30pm

Fri 18 Aug 2.30pm Sat 19 – Sun 20 Aug 7.30pm

Dir. Ridley Scott, US/UK/Aus/NZ, 2017, 122 mins Michael Fassbender, James Franco, Noomi Rapace


The days before the D-Day landings in 1944. Immersive biopic with a tremendous cast, revealing the terrifying anxieties, both personal and political, at the heart of a fascinating man and historical moment.

Despicable Me 3 Sat 26 – Sun 27 Aug 3pm


Dir. Joel Hopkins, UK, 2017, 103 mins Diane Keaton, Brendan Gleeson, James Norton

Dirs. Kyle Balda/Pierre Coffin, US, 2017, 96 mins Voices: Steve Carrell, Kristen Wiig, Steve Coogan

The crew of the colony ship Covenant discover an uncharted paradise but uncover an unimaginable threat. Nail-biting tension ratcheted to the max in Scott’s exhilarating sequel. Terror on a towering scale TELEGRAPH

An American widow strikes up an unlikely friendship with a man living wild on Hampstead Heath when they take on the developers who want to destroy his home. Enjoyable romantic drama with two very engaging leads.

Gru and his wife Lucy must stop former ’80s child star Balthazar Bratt from achieving world domination. Gru also finds his long-lost twin brother, Dru. Sweet and funny this is animated fun for all the family.


Slack Bay

Heal the Living

Thu 17 Aug 7.30pm

Tue 22 Aug 7.30pm

Tue 29 Aug 7.30pm

Dir. Thomas Napper, UK, 2016, 91 mins Johnny Harris, Ian McShane, Ray Winstone

Dir. Bruno Dumont, Fr/Ger/Bel, 2016, 122 mins, French with subtitles Fabrice Luchini, Juliette Binoche, Valeria Bruni Tedeschi

Dir. Katell Quillévéré, Fr/Bel, 2016, 104 mins, French with subtitles Tahar Rahim, Emmanuelle Seigner, Anne Dorval

Summer 1910. Several tourists have vanished on the beautiful beaches of the Channel Coast. A pair of oddball detectives investigate. Juliette Binoche gives an outrageous performance in this surreal slapstick comedy. Very strange and very funny GUARDIAN

A young surfer and a middle-aged woman become inextricably connected after a fatal car crash. With moments of hypnotic beauty and emotional intensity, slowly and steadily the circumstances of a single life-saving operation are constructed.

Former youth boxing champion Jimmy McCabe returns to his childhood boxing club and his old team, gym owner Bill and corner-man Eddie. Writer Harris has produced a genuinely transfixing story attracting a terrific cast.

Transformers: The Last Knight 

cert tbc

Fri 18 Aug 10.30am Fri 18 Aug 7.30pm Sat 19 – Sun 20 Aug 3pm


Dir. Michael Bay, US, 2017, TBC mins Mark Wahlberg, Anthony Hopkins, Laura Haddock

Humans and Transformers are at war, Optimus Prime is gone. The key to saving the future lies buried in the hidden history of Transformers on Earth. More mayhem and spectacle from our transforming chums.

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Finding Fatimah Wed 23 Aug 7.30pm Dir. Oz Arshad, UK, 2017, 99 mins Danny Ashok, Asmara Gabrielle, Nina Wadia

Shahid struggles to find love in the Asian community due to the stigma of his divorce, several years prior. This warm, good-natured and well-made rom-com is a terrific low budget debut.


It was Fifty Years Ago Today! The Beatles: Sgt Pepper & Beyond Wed 30 Aug 7.30pm Dir. Alan G Parker, UK, 2017, 119 mins

1st June 1967 saw the release of the world’s first concept album, Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club band. Supported by a vast array of original and exclusive footage and interviews, this is a fascinating insight into the swinging sixties.

Thu 24 Aug 7.30pm Dir. Roger Donaldson, NZ, 2016, 89 mins

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The story of Bruce McLaren, the New Zealander who founded the McLaren Motor Racing team. Inspirational documentary account of one man’s pioneering spirit, unswerving tenacity and endless passion.

Coming Soon  Lady Macbeth, Dunkirk, Gifted, Alone in Berlin, Spiderman, The Midwife, Maudie, The Beguiled, War for the Planet of the Apes and, in our Art on Screen strand, Hokusai: Beyond the Great Wave

Live and recorded screenings

National Theatre Live Angels In America Part 1: Millennium Approaches

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

Thu 20 July 7pm

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.


Festival Euro Mediterraneo La bohème: Live from Taormina  LIVE 

145 mins with 1 interval Sung in Italian with surtitles £20, Conc £19, Members £18

Every summer, the spectacular Teatro Antico di Taormina attracts legions of opera fans with its 2000 year-old stage and its breath-taking Mt. Etna backdrop. Puccini’s tragic love story between a young poet and a seamstress is broadcast live to cinemas from this ancient Greek theatre in Taormina, Sicily.

Angels In America: Millennium Approaches


210 mins £20, Conc £19, Members £18


Wed 5 July 7.30pm

Performances on sale – see our website for full details

National Theatre Live Angels In America Part 2: Perestroika  Thu 27 July 7pm


240 mins £20, Conc £19, Members £18

America in the mid-1980s. In the midst of the AIDS crisis and a conservative Reagan administration, New Yorkers grapple with life and death, love and sex, heaven and hell. Andrew Garfield plays Prior Walter along with a cast including Denise Gough, Nathan Lane and Russell Tovey. This new staging of Tony Kushner’s multi-award winning two-part play is directed by Olivier and Tony award winning director Marianne Elliott. Buy both together £36, Conc £34, Members £32

André Rieu Maastricht Concert 2017


Sat 22 July 7pm


£18, Conc £17, Members £16

Sun 23 July 3pm

2017 David Gilmour Live at Pompeii Wed 13 Sept 7.30pm Recorded £19, Conc £18, Members £17


£17.50, Conc £16.50, Members £15.50 180 mins

These spectacular Maastricht concerts feature the King of Waltz, André Rieu, in his medieval home town along with his 60-piece Johann Strauss Orchestra, sopranos, tenors and very special guests. Host Charlotte Hawkins conducts an interview with Rieu the moment he steps off stage, exclusively for cinema audiences.

Carmen on the Lake (Bregenz, Austria) Thu 14 Sept 7pm recorded £18, Conc £17, Members £16



Royal Shakespeare Company Coriolanus Wed 11 Oct 7pm LIVE £20, Conc £19, Members £18

2018 National Theatre Live Twelfth Night Wed 14 Feb 7pm LIVE £20, Conc £19, Members £18

Royal Shakespeare Company Titus Andronicus Wed 9 Aug 7pm


Run time TBC £20, Conc £19, Members £18

Titus is a ruler exhausted by war and loss, who relinquishes power but leaves Rome in disorder. Blanche McIntyre directs Shakespeare’s brutal revenge tragedy, which presents murder as entertainment, and, as the body count piles up, poses questions about the nature of sexuality, family, class and society.

National Theatre Live Yerma Thu 31 Aug 7pm


120 mins, no interval £20, Conc £19, Members £18

The incredible Billie Piper returns in her Evening Standard Best Actress award-winning role. A young woman is driven to the unthinkable by her desperate desire to have a child in Simon Stone’s radical production of Lorca’s achingly powerful masterpiece. Brutal yet ferociously funny METRO


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

Booking dates Members from Mon 5 June Non-members from Mon 12 June

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Seating plan

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.

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

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


Bringing in Baby  BiB Our popular Friday morning screenings for parents and carers of young babies. Fridays at 10.30am. Enjoy some of the best new film releases, screened with the lights up a touch and the sound down a little, just for the comfort of your youngsters.

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

Data protection Customers’ data is handled according to the regulations established by the Data Protection Act.

tickets babies free

Cinema hire The Cinema is available for commercial hire. Please call 01344 413514 for details.



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.

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

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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.

Bracknell Film Society  Bracknell Film Society welcomes everyone. Contact Julia Vickers on 0118 961 1392 or see

Cinema Offers · Bringing in Baby and Silver Screen

All prices correct at time of printing.

Payment An 80p admin fee is charged per transaction for bookings made with credit and debit cards in person and over the telephone. Cheques are made payable to South Hill Park Trust Ltd. Online bookings are subject to a charge of £1.25 per booking – except current members who will not be charged the fee.

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. 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

July August film leaflet  

South Hill Park film leaflet for July and August.

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