South Hill Park Arts Centre

South Hill Park Arts Centre
Ringmead, Bracknell, Berkshire, RG12 7PA
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Indie cinema showing reasonably recent films of the more alternative variety. Supported by Arts Council England.

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201 Dance Company: Smother

An intimate performance exploring the relationship of two young men.

Tue 23 May

£14 (£13; £12; Children £10 under 21s/)

Artree Live: Hannah Scott

The singer-songwriter performs her original acoustic pop accompanied by songwriter, producer and multi-instrumentalist Stefano Della Casa.

Sat 13 May

Ballet Theatre UK: Alice In Wonderland

The Midlands-based company - which is on a mission to make classical ballet accessible and relevant - presents a captivating piece based on Lewis Carroll's children's books Alice's Adventures In Wonderland and Through The Looking Glass. Expect a host of familiar characters including the Mad Hatter and the Queen Of Hearts.

Sun 4 Jun

Wilde Theatre

£20 (£19; £18; £58 four people; Children £13 under 16s)

Boogie Nights: The 70’s Musical

The play by John Conway deals with the relationship between Roddy and Debs, and features a wide range of disco and pop classics from the era.

…and 2 more dates until 13 May

Buddy Holly & The Cricketers

Rock'n'rollercoaster of a show featuring all the timeless classics from a band who have been on the tribute trail for 24 years.

Fri 5 May

Wilde Theatre

£18.50 (£17.50; £16.50)

Fri 28 Apr

£12 ( £11)

Gifted veteran stand-up John Moloney, with Tom Webb and Amy Howerska.

Corinne West

Acoustic roots and country from the Californian singer-songwriter.

Thu 11 May

Cellar Bar

£12 (£10)

The Drowned World

Studio Theatre Company performs Gary Owen's about two individuals trying to escape in a world drowned in totalitarianism and decay.

Thu 27 Apr

£13.50 (£11.50; £11.50)

Fri 28 Apr

£13.50 (£11.50; £11.50)

Sat 29 Apr

£13.50 (£11.50; £11.50)

Encore Dance Tour 2017

Encore Dance Company members perform Elite Syncopations choreographed by Sir Kenneth MacMillan with the music of Scott Joplin and an extract from the ballet Traces by Cathy Marston.

Thu 4 May

£15; £20 joint ticket (£13)

Iain Ballamy

The acclaimed British jazz saxophonist and songwriter performs an eclectic selection of his contemporary compositions.

Fri 12 May

£10 (Children £5 under 18s)

The Importance Of Being Earnest

Alastair Whatley directs Oscar Wilde's irreverent satire exposing the myths of society.

Wed 17 May

Wilde Theatre

£18 (£17; Children £17)

Thu 18 May

Wilde Theatre

£18 (£17; Children £17)

Fri 19 May

Wilde Theatre

£18 (£17; Children £17)

…and 2 more dates until 21 May

Jasmin Vardimon Company: Park

  • Written by: Jasmin Vardimon

Jasmin Vardimon's critically-acclaimed dance theatre production, Park.

Thu 27 Apr

£13.50; £9.50 under 21s (£12.50)

Kinfolk

Celtic country-folk ensemble featuring Brian McDaid and Gerry Power, who have recently released their second album Long Time Gone.

Thu 15 Jun

Cellar Bar

£10; £8 adv

The Life And Soul

Rod Dixon directs Simon James Bailie in Chris O'Connor's one-man show in which football, gambling and pub enthusiast Jim reveals his lingering feelings of not quite fitting in to this world.

Thu 4 May

£10; £5 under 21s (£8; £9)

Fri 5 May

£10; £5 under 21s (£8; £9)

The Lighthouse Keepers Lunch

The Pied Piper Theatre Company presents an interactive, musical production for children, created and performed by Gareth Cooper and Nicola Sangster.

Sat 13 May

Studio Theatre

£8

Linda Butler School Of Dance

Students from the Linda Butler School of Dance perform programme comprising Jewels, Cinderella and A Journey Through The Seasons

Murderer

Studio Theatre Company presents a dark comedy-drama written by Anthony Shaffer, following one man's dangerous obsession, and the people getting in the way of his plans. Directed by David Stacey. Contains graphic scenes of violence.

Wed 21 Jun

Studio Theatre

£13.50 (£11.50)

Thu 22 Jun

Studio Theatre

£13.50 (£11.50)

Fri 23 Jun

Studio Theatre

£13.50 (£11.50)

Sat 24 Jun

Studio Theatre

£13.50 (£11.50)

Neale Meets Steele

Alto-saxophonist Allison Neale joins vibraphonist Nat Steele to explore their common passion for bebop and West Coast jazz.

Fri 9 Jun

Recital Room

£10 (Children £5 under 18s)

Olli Martin

The trombonist performs alongside house band, The Jazz Lions featuring pianist Simon Cook, double bassist Rudy Cook and drummer Charlie Hitchinson.

Tue 2 May

£10; £8 adv (Children £5 under 18s)

Paths of Glory

  • 1957
  • US
  • 86 min
  • PG
  • Directed by: Stanley Kubrick
  • Written by: Screenplay:, Stanley Kubrick, Jim Thompson, Calder Willingham
  • Cast: Kirk Douglas, Ralph Meeker, Adolphe Menjou, George Macready

New print of this moving portrayal of the madness of war. Three men are selected for trial for cowardice after the unsurprising failure of a futile World War I mission. Douglas is superb as the defence lawyer during the court martial scenes, shot on location in a French castle. Kubrick's lengthy tracking shots through the…

Paul Roberts: Let's Dance

The former lead singer of The Stranglers pays homage to the great British rock and pop idol, David Bowie.

Thu 29 Jun

Wilde Theatre

£22 (£21; £20)

The Purcell Jazz Octet

Large ensemble jazz from senior members of the Purcell School of Music jazz department, including 2016 BBC Young Jazz Musician Winner Alexandra Ridout, and 2014 runner-up Sean Payne, led by Head of Jazz, UK jazz saxophonist Simon Allen, and featuring special guest trumpet virtuoso Quentin Collins.

Sat 27 May

Cellar Bar

£10; £8 adv (Children £5 under 18s)

The Rat Pack Vegas Spectacular

A glitzy sing-a-long stage show featuring dancing ladies and a tribute ensemble to the 1960s Vegas era which combine the talents of Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin and Sammy Davis Jnr.

Thu 25 May

Wilde Theatre

£21

Reading Symphony Orchestra: Cinema In Symphony 4

Radio broadcaster Rory McAllister presents an evening of well-known movie themes such as Pirates Of The Caribbean, The Lion King, Forrest Gump, Out Of Africa, Jurassic Park and The Lord Of The Rings.

Sat 27 May

Wilde Theatre

£21 ( £20; Children £16 under 16s)

This Ain't No Rodeo

An evening of country and Americana featuring rising stars from the popular UK music scene, including Katy Hurt, Paul Carella and Penny Jayne Black.

Thu 22 Jun

Wilde Theatre

£12 (£10)

Tom Gamble

An award-winning young guitarist who is rapidly gaining a reputation as an exciting and versatile artist.

Sat 6 May

Tom Smith

The young jazz saxophonist returns to Bracknell Jazz, accompanied by house band, The Jazz Lions.

Wed 7 Jun

Wilde Upstairs

£10; £8 adv (Children £5 under 18s)

The Tortoise And The Hare

Join Tilly the Tortoise and Hatty the Hare as they go head to head at their school sports day in this hilarious and touching interactive adventure for the whole family.

Sun 11 Jun

Amphitheatre

£8 (Children £5; £20 four people)

Le Vent Du Nord

The Quebecois' foursome bring their folk interpretations to the UK's stages.

Fri 9 Jun

£16 (£14; £14)

Where is Home?

A new twist on a 1000 year old fable, presenting music and dance from South Africa, mixed with urban culture from London and Los Angeles. Presented by State Of Emergency.

Wed 3 May

Wilde Sundays: Mantic Muddlers

A roots band from Petersfield, Hampshire, who combine a rich influence of blues, fold, rock, rhythm and soul.

Sun 7 May

Wilde Upstairs

£7; £5 adv

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