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Film and Live Screenings

South Hill Park Cinema · Bracknell 

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Members can book from Mon 9 Oct Non-members from Mon 16 Oct

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.

Singin’ in the Rain

White Christmas

Mon 13 Nov

Mon 11 Dec

Dir. Stanley Donen, US, 1952, 103 mins Gene Kelly, Donald O’Connor, Debbie Reynolds

Dir. Michael Curtiz, US, 1954, 115 mins Bing Crosby, Danny Kaye, Rosemary Clooney, Vera-Ellen

A matinee idol, his buddy and the girl of his dreams face Hollywood’s transition from the silent era to sound. Delightful, funny musical with some cracking songs, Make ‘Em Laugh, Good Morning, You Were Meant for Me, and of course, Singin’ in the Rain.

A successful song-and-dance duo team up with a sister act to organise a benefit concert to help an old comrade. A starry cast sings The Old Man, Sisters, Snow, White Christmas and many more.

Logan Lucky

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


Fri 3 Nov 10.30am Sat 4 – Sun 5 Nov 7.30pm Sun 5 Nov 3pm Random Acts Presents is a joint initiative between Arts Council England, Channel 4 and five film organisations, working together to commission and support young artists and filmmakers to make short films. We are delighted to be taking part in this exciting project by showing selected shorts before features. See website for full details.

Final Portrait Wed 1 – Thu 2 Nov 7.30pm

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Dir. Stanley Tucci, UK, 2017, 90 mins Geoffrey Rush, Armie Hammer, Clémence Poésy

Focussing on a single episode in the life of Giacometti painting his final portrait in 1964. Beautiful period detail and Rush’s lived-in performance as the cantankerous, hard-drinking, chain-smoking artist, is a real treat.


Dir. Steven Soderbergh, US, 2017, 116 mins Channing Tatum, Adam Driver, Daniel Craig

Two brothers devise an elaborate plan for a heist during a NASCAR race in North Carolina. Slack and laid-back but likeable, deeply satisfying and utterly hilarious comedy.

My Cousin Rachel Fri 3 Nov 2.30pm Fri 3 Nov 7.30pm Sat 4 Nov 3pm


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

A young man plots revenge against his mysterious, beautiful cousin, believing that she murdered his guardian. Gripping Cornwall-set mystery-thriller adaptation of the 1951 novel by Daphne du Maurier.

Booking dates  Members from Mon 9 Oct, Non-members from Mon 16 Oct

India at 70

A Man Called Ove

To mark the 70th anniversary of India’s independence we present a short season to showcase the diversity of Indian film and culture.

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

Hotel Salvation

Victoria and Abdul

Mon 20 – Tue 21 Nov 7.30pm

Thu 30 Nov – Sun 3 Dec 7.30pm BiB Fri 1 Dec 10.30am Si Fri 1 Dec 2.30pm Sat 2 – Sun 3 Dec 3pm

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.

Dir. Shubhashish Bhutiani, India, 2016, 102 mins Hindi with subtitles Adil Hussain, Lalit Behl, Geetanjali Kulkarni

Accompanied by his son, an elderly man decides to make his final journey and find salvation in the holy city of Varanasi. Full of warmth and tenderness that recalls The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel. Feeling, warmth, wisdom and locations gorgeous with history  FINANCIAL TIMES

Mon 13 Nov 7.30pm

Dir. Stephen Frears, UK/US, 2017, 112 mins English/Urdu/Hindi some subtitles Judi Dench, Ali Fazal, Michael Gambon, Eddie Izzard

Special Preview Screening

Menashe Tue 14 Nov 7.30pm

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. Dench is magnificent INDEPENDENT

Bracknell Film Society Dir. Joshua Z Weinstein, US, 2017, 82 mins, Yiddish with subtitles Menashe Lustig, Yoel Falkowitz, Ruben Niborsk

Menashe – a kind, albeit hapless grocery store clerk – struggles through life after his wife’s death. Shot covertly in Brooklyn’s Hasidic Jewish community with winning performances by a largely nonprofessional cast, this charming film offers valuable and authentic insight. An engaging drama of intimate detail and considerable humanity GUARDIAN We are delighted to bring this pre-release screening to Bracknell With thanks to Vertigo Films

Hotel Salvation

Plus short film Frozen People

Victoria and Abdul

Dir. Andrew John Sowerby, UK, 2015, 90 secs



Mon 6 – Tue 7 Nov 7.30pm

Thu 9 Nov 7.30pm Sat 11 – Sun 12 Nov 3pm Sat 11 – Sun 12 Nov 7.30pm

Dir. Thomas Kruithof, Fr/Bel, 2016, 89 mins, French with subtitles François Cluzet, Denis Podalydès, Sami Bouajila

A recovering alcoholic takes a job transcribing recordings for a shadowy organisation. Exciting French Seventies-style paranoia thriller – intensely acted, grippingly done and stylishly filmed.

Letters from Baghdad Wed 8 Nov 7.30pm Dirs. Zeva Oelbaum/Sabine Krayenbüehl, US/UK/Fr, 2016, 93 mins Ammar Haj Ahmad, Adam Astill, Tilda Swinton

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.

Trapped in their celluloid prison, the frozen people wait to be released from their inertia.

Atomic Blonde

Dir. Kathryn Bigelow, US, 2017, 143 mins John Boyega, Will Poulter, Algee Smith

Detroit, 1967. A group of rogue police officers respond to a complaint with retribution rather than justice on their minds. Based on real events, this incendiary portrait of police brutality and racism is vivid and visceral. Will be talked about for years to come EMPIRE

Churchill Fri 10 Nov 10.30am Fri 10 Nov 2.30pm Fri 10 Nov 7.30pm

Wed 15 & Sat 18 Nov 7.30pm Sun 19 Nov 3pm Dir. David Leitch, Ger/Swe/US, 2017, 115 mins, some subtitles Charlize Theron, James McAvoy, Toby Jones

An MI6 agent is sent to Berlin during the Cold War to recover a missing list of double agents. Action thriller with lashings of style and impressively choreographed combat sequences; a visual tour de force.

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

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. Atomic Blonde

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Loving Vincent

Goodbye Christopher Robin

Dunkirk Fri 17 Nov 10.30am Fri 17 Nov 2.30pm Fri 17 & Sun 19 Nov 7.30pm Sat 18 Nov 3pm

Blade Runner 2049 BiB Si

Dir. Denis Villeneuve, UK/US/Can, 2017, 163 mins Harrison Ford, Ryan Gosling, Ana de Armas

Dir. Christopher Nolan, UK/NL/Fr/US, 2017, 106 mins Fionn Whitehead, Kenneth Branagh, Harry Styles

A young blade runner’s discovery of a long-buried secret leads him on a quest to track down former blade runner, Rick Deckard, who’s been missing for thirty years. Highly anticipated sequel to the cult neo-noir thriller.

Surrounded by the German army, Allied soldiers are evacuated from Northern France in 1940. Thrilling, edge-of-your-seat filmmaking from Nolan makes this one of the most enthralling movies of the year.

The Death of Louis XIV Mon 4 – Tue 5 Dec 7.30pm

The Glass Castle Thu 23 Nov 7.30pm Fri 24 Nov 10.30am


Dir. Destin Daniel Cretton, US, 2017, 127 mins Brie Larson, Woody Harrelson, Sarah Snook, Naomi Watts, Max Greenfield

A young girl comes of age in a dysfunctional family of non-conformist nomads. Based on Jeannette Walls’s memoir of her chaotic, unconventional childhood, Harrelson and Larson shine in this polished, accomplished picture.

Borg vs McEnroe Fri 24 Nov 2.30pm Sat 25 – Sun 26 Nov 7.30pm Dir. Janus Metz, Swe/Den/Fin, 2017, 108 mins, English/Swedish/French/ German/Spanish with some subtitles Shia LaBeouf, Sverrir Gudnason, Stellan Skarsgård

Wimbledon, 1980. Despite his growing public unpopularity, John McEnroe has reached the men’s singles final against the seemingly unstoppable Björn Borg. Highly cinematic, this is LaBeouf’s picture, game set and match.

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Fri 24 & Wed 29 Nov 7pm Sat 25 – Sun 26 Nov 3pm


Dir. Albert Serra, Fr/Sp/Port, 2016, 115 mins, French with subtitles Jean-Pierre Léaud, Patrick d’Assumçao, Marc Susini

Two weeks by the deathbed of the King of France, who – after a lifetime of rule under self-proclaimed divine right – is forced to face his mortality. A stately, majestic study. A profound contemplation of mortality and history SIGHT&SOUND

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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.

The Mountain Between Us


Fri 8 – Sun 10 Dec 7.30pm Sat 9 Dec 3pm Dir. Hany Abu-Assad, US, 2017, 103 mins Idris Elba, Kate Winslet, Dermot Mulroney

Stranded after a plane crash, two strangers embark on a perilous journey across the snow-covered wilderness when they realise help is not coming. Crowd-pleasing adventure, directed with a lightness of touch and strong sense of place.

Wed 6 & Wed 13 Dec 7.30pm

The Odyssey

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

Mon 11 Dec 7.30pm

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.


Fri 8 Dec 10.30am Fri 8 Dec 2.30pm Sun 10 Dec 3pm

Dir. Jérôme Salle, Fr, 2016, 122 mins, French with subtitles Lambert Wilson, Pierre Niney, Audrey Tautou

Biopic about Jacques-Yves Cousteau, highly influential and fearlessly ambitious innovator, filmmaker, researcher and conservationist. A fascinating story, with a strong dramatic edge and powerful emotional core.

The Muppet Christmas Carol

Daddy’s Home 2

The Party

Joyeux Noël

Arthur Christmas

Tue 12 Dec 7.30pm

Mon 18 – Tue 19 Dec 7.30pm

Thu 21 & Sat 23 Dec 3pm

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

Dir. Christian Carion, Fr/Ger/UK/Bel, 2005, 116 mins, French/German/English with subtitles Daniel Brühl, Diane Kruger, Benno Furmann, Guillaume Canet

Dir. Sarah Smith/Barry Cook, UK/US, 2011, 97 mins Voices: James McAvoy, Hugh Lawrie, Jim Broadbent, Imelda Staunton

Janet celebrates the crowning achievement of her career with an intimate party, which gradually threatens to unravel. Hilariously savage satire of the middle-class, exploring the deeper truths behind seemingly liberal convictions with insight and a killer wit. Deftly constructed, fast-moving and deliciously barbed SIGHT&SOUND

Christmas Eve 1914. An unofficial truce on the Western Front allows soldiers from opposing sides to gain insight into each other’s way of life. Bittersweet and moving with a mordant humour and an emotional truth.

Dir. Steve Kirby, UK, 2015, 107 secs

Brian from Melton recounts how his mother predicted Britain’s Great Storm of 1987, but when she phoned the BBC, she was told not to be so daft.

Geostorm Thu 14 Dec 7.30pm Fri 15 Dec 10.30am


Dir. Dean Devlin, US, 2017, 109 mins Gerard Butler, Ed Harris, Abbie Cornish

When the network of climate control satellites attacks Earth the race is on to uncover the true threat before a worldwide geostorm wipes out everything and everyone. Actionpacked environmental disaster film.

The Death of Stalin Fri 15 Dec 2.30pm Fri 15 – Sun 17 Dec 7.30pm Sat 16 – Sun 17 Dec 3pm


Dir. Armando Iannucci, UK/Fr, 2017, 107 mins Rupert Friend, Jason Isaacs, Andrea Riseborough

Wed 20 Dec 3pm Thu 21 Dec 7pm Sun 24 Dec 10.30am


Dir. Brian Henson, US, 1992, 85 mins Michael Caine, Voices: Frank Oz, Dave Goelz, Steve Whitmire

The Muppet characters tell their version of the classic tale of an old and bitter miser’s redemption on Christmas Eve. Enjoyable adaptation, itself now a classic and full of festive fun.

It’s a Wonderful Life Wed 20 Dec 7.30pm Fri 22 Dec 2.30pm


Dir. Frank Capra, US, 1946, 130 mins James Stewart, Donna Reed, Lionel Barrymore, Henry Travers

A compassionate but despairingly frustrated businessman is shown what life would have been like if he never existed. Capra’s post-war fable is a captivating melange of social and personal impulses and a cockle-warmer like no other.

In the aftermath of Stalin’s demise the remaining members of the Secretariat of the Communist Party vie for power. With its history/politics-slamming satire, this unceasingly hilarious masterpiece is laced with the air of a time-honoured comedy classic.

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On Christmas night at the North Pole, Santa’s youngest son looks to use his father’s high-tech operation for an urgent mission. Highly recommended, supremely clever Aardman comedy and perfect for the whole family.

Daddy’s Home 2


Fri 22 Dec 10.30am Sat 23 Dec 7.30pm

The Muppet Christmas Carol

Plus short film If the Cuckoo Don’t Crow



Dir. Sean Anders, US, 2017, tbc mins Mark Wahlberg, Mel Gibson, Will Ferrell

The now happily co-fathering Brad and Dusty must deal with their own intrusive dads during Christmas. Laughs and jokes aplenty in this seasonal sequel.

White Christmas Fri 22 Dec 7.30pm Dir. Michael Curtiz, US, 1954, 115 mins Bing Crosby, Danny Kaye, Rosemary Clooney, Vera-Ellen, Dean Jagger

A successful song-and-dance team become romantically involved with a sister act and team up to save the failing Vermont inn of their former commanding general. Classic festive fare to put you in the merry mood.

The Cinema is closed Mon 25 – Thu 28 Dec

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

Live and Recorded Screenings

National Theatre Live Young Marx Thu 7 Dec 7pm

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

Paddington 2

Paddington 2

cert tbc

Fri 29 – Sun 31 Dec & Tue 2 Jan 1pm Fri 5 Jan 7pm Sat 6 – Sun 7 Jan 3pm


Dir. Paul King, UK, 2017, tbc 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.

Murder on the Orient Express

cert tbc

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, tbc 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.

Coming Soon Step, Film Stars Don’t Die in Liverpool, Wonder, Star Wars: The Last Jedi, The Greatest Showman, Battle of the Sexes, The Current War

Murder on the Orient Express

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1850. Europe’s most feared terrorist is hiding in Dean Street, Soho. Broke, restless and horny, the 32-year-old revolutionary is a frothing combination of intellectual brilliance, invective, satiric wit, and child-like emotional illiteracy. Rory Kinnear is Marx and Oliver Chris is Engels in this new comedy written by Richard Bean and Clive Coleman.

Royal Opera House Live The Nutcracker Sun 24 Dec 2pm


135 mins incl 1 interval £18, Conc £17, Members £16

Performance as live

Thu 16 Nov 7pm


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

New York, 1971, the Weismann Theatre. Tomorrow the iconic building will be demolished. Thirty years after their final performance, the Follies girls gather for a few drinks, sing a few songs and lie about themselves. Tracie Bennett, Janie Dee and Imelda Staunton play the magnificent Follies in this dazzling new production of Sondheim’s legendary musical.

Oscar Wilde Season A Woman of No Importance Tue 28 Nov 7.15pm


220 mins incl 1 interval £20, Conc £19, Members £18

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 Follies

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150 mins tbc £18, Conc £17, Members £16

Eve Best and Anne Reid star in this new production of Oscar Wilde’s glittering and witty comedy directed by Dominic Dromgoole, and classically staged at the Vaudeville Theatre in London’s West End. First performed in 1893, Wilde’s glittering wit satirised the socially conservative world of the Victorian upper-class. The Oscar Wilde Season is a year-long celebration of the brilliant Victorian playwright.

On Christmas Eve, Drosselmeyer the magician sweeps young Clara away on a magical journey to the Kingdom of Sweets. Tchaikovsky’s glittering score, the gorgeous festive stage designs and The Royal Ballet’s captivating dancing make this Nutcracker the quintessential Christmas experience.

Berliner Philharmoniker Series New Year’s Eve Gala Concert Sun 31 Dec 4pm



120 mins, no interval £18, Conc £17, Members £16

Live from Berlin, the renowned New Year’s Eve gala concert is conducted by Sir Simon Rattle, with the mezzo-soprano Joyce DiDonato. Programme includes: Dvorák’s Carnival Overture, Stravinsky’s Pas de deux from Apollon musagète, Strauss’s Orchestral Songs, Bernstein’s Dance Episodes from On the Town and Shostakovitch’s Suite from The Golden Age.


Art on Screen

Performances on Sale Now – see our website for full details 2018 Royal Opera House Live Rigoletto Tue 16 Jan 7.15pm £20, Conc £19, Members £18 Royal Opera House Live Tosca Wed 7 Feb 7.15pm £20, Conc £19, Members £18 Royal Shakespeare Company Twelfth Night Wed 14 Feb 7pm £20, Conc £19, Members £18 Royal Opera House Live The Winter’s Tale Wed 28 Feb 7.15pm £20, Conc £19, Members £18 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


Royal Shakespeare as live Company Live Macbeth Wed 11 April 7pm £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


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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 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




Royal Shakespeare as live Company Live The Merry Wives of Windsor Wed 12 Sept 7pm £18, Conc £17, Members £16

Exhibition on Screen David Hockney at the Royal Academy of Arts A Bigger Picture, 2012 & 82 Portraits and One Still Life, 2016 Wed 22 Nov 7.30pm £12, Conc £11, Members £10 Dir. Phil Grabsky, 85 mins




Widely considered Britain’s most popular artist, David Hockney shows absolutely no evidence of slowing down or losing his trademark boldness. Presented by Tim Marlow and with privileged access to two blockbuster exhibitions held in 2012 and 2016, this documentary features intimate and in-depth interviews with Hockney.


Berliner Philharmoniker Series  NEW   Sir Simon Rattle’s Farewell Concert Wed 20 June 6.30pm  LIVE  £18, Conc £17, Members £16 Royal Shakespeare as live Company Live Romeo & Juliet Wed 18 July 7pm £18, Conc £17, Members £16

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.



Exhibitions on Sale Now – see our website for full details 2018 Exhibition on Screen Cezanne – Portraits of a Life Jan 24 Jan 7.30pm £12, Conc £11, Members £10 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. Young Marx

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

Booking Dates Members from Mon 9 Oct Non-members from Mon 16 Oct

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

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. 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. entrance

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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


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.




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.

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

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


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.

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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.

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

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