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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A Celebration of John Denver

Wayne Denton and a full live band play John Denver's classic country hits.

Fri 31 Mar

Wilde Theatre

£18 (£17; £16)

Aly Bain & Phil Cunningham

Musical double act Phil and Aly bring together a plethora of musical talent and witty banter.

Tue 28 Mar

Wilde Theatre


Artree Live

Folk showcase event.

Sat 8 Apr

Cellar Bar


A showcase for a range of folk artists.

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

British Spiders*

Bracknell Forest Natural History Society, present a talk by local naturalist, Martin Woolner, who will give an illustrated presentation about British Spiders, including live specimens. *This event is organised by Bracknell Forest Natural History Society. BBOWT accepts no responsibility or liability for loss or damage…

Mon 10 Apr

Visitors £3.00, members of BFNHS £1.00

Fri 31 Mar

Cellar Bar

£12 ( £11)

A night of stand-up, featuring appearances by Prince Abdi, James Farmer, Matt Richardson and one other.

Fri 7 Apr

£12 ( £11)

A night of stand-up, featuring Junior Simson, Tom Price, Sally Ann Hayward and one other.

Fri 14 Apr

£12 ( £11)

Michael Fabbri, Abigoliah Schamaun, Peter Brush and Matt Richardson feature in this night of stand-up.

…and 2 more dates until 28 Apr

The Drowned World

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

Wed 26 Apr

£13.50 (£11.50; £11.50)

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)

Ed Parr

Contemporary jazz by the trombonist and his accompanying musicians.

Wed 29 Mar

£10; £8 adv (Children £5 under 18s)

Exhibition On Screen: The Artist's Garden – American Impressionism

  • 2017
  • 90 min

A film based on the hugely popular exhibition The Artist’s Garden: American Impressionism and the Garden Movement from the Florence Griswold Museum in Connecticut.

Forbidden Nights

Forbidden Nights is made up of a male vocalist, aerial artist, pole performer and fire act all with an element of strip tease – think Cirque du Soleil meets Magic Mike.

Gary Delaney: There's Something About Gary

The something about Gary is that he has a lot of opinions on jokes and is going to let you hear them (and hopefully some jokes) on his latest tour.

Geoff Simkins

The alto-saxophonist performs mainstream jazz originals and standards with his accompanying musicians.

Fri 14 Apr

£10 (Children £5 under 18s)

Holmes & Watson: The Farewell Tour

A comic romp in which the intrepid detective embarks on a farewell tour to demonstrate some of his best-known cases, but leaves the set in Hull and has to improvise.

Wed 29 Mar

Wilde Theatre

£16 (£15; £14)

The Importance Of Being Earnest

Oscar Wilde's brilliant comedy about double lives, friendship and discovering who you are. Directed by Alastair Whatley.

Wed 17 May

Thu 18 May

Fri 19 May

…and 2 more dates until 21 May

James Akers

The tenor saxophonist and percussionist, specialising in jazz vibraphone, performs in a contemporary style with his accompanying musicians.

Wed 19 Apr

£10; £8 adv (Children £5 under 18s)

Jasmin Vardimon Company: Park

  • Written by: Jasmin Vardimon

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

Wed 26 Apr

£13.50; £9.50 under 21s (£12.50)

Thu 27 Apr

£13.50; £9.50 under 21s (£12.50)

Joel Dommett: LIVE

  • 4 stars

The young comedy star with a cupboard full of accolades and dreadfully modern hair.

Wed 19 Apr

£15 phone for availability

Linda Butler School Of Dance

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

Mi Flamenco: Incognito

An evening of flamenco dance, powerful song, virtuoso guitar and cello.

Thu 30 Mar

Wilde Theatre

£16 (£14.50; £14.50)

Olli Martin

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

Wed 29 Mar

£10; £8 adv (Children £5 under 18s)

The Pasadena Roof Orchestra

The Orchestra celebrates the music of the great entertainers from Louis Armstrong and Duke Ellington to Billie Holiday and Bix Beiderbecke.

Sat 22 Apr

£20 (£19; £18)

The R ‘N’ Beatles

The tribute act specialises in the Hamburg and The Cavern era of the Fab Four.

Thu 20 Apr

£10; £8 adv

Royal Opera House: Madama Butterfly

Moshe Leiser and Patrice Caurier’s production of Puccini’s poignant opera about a young Japenese bride who is deserted by her new American officer husband.


This musical for children is based on the works of Dr Seuss and features well-known characters from the books.

Thu 13 Apr

£18 (£17; Children £15; £52; £16)

Fri 14 Apr

£18 (£17; Children £15; £52; £16)

Sat 15 Apr

£18 (£17; Children £15; £52; £16)

…and 2 more dates until 17 Apr

Sully: Miracle on the Hudson

  • 4 stars
  • 2016
  • US
  • 96 min
  • 12A
  • Directed by: Clint Eastwood
  • Cast: Tom Hanks, Aaron Eckhart, Laura Linney
  • UK release: 2 December 2016

The story of pilot Chesley 'Sully' Sullenberger (Hanks), who became an unassuming hero in 2009 after successfully ditching a US Airways Airbus 320 on the Hudson River. Eckhart gives strong support as co-pilot Jeff Skiles but the film belongs to Hanks, whose understated performance, with the skilful re-enactments of the…

Tadashi Imai

The Japanese pianist performs the complete Chopin Etudes and Schubert's final Piano Sonata.

Fri 31 Mar

£12 (£10; £5)

Toni Erdmann

  • 5 stars
  • 2017
  • Germany, Austria
  • 162 min
  • 15
  • Directed by: Maren Ade
  • Cast: Peter Simonischek, Sandra Hüller, Michael Wittenborn
  • UK release: 3 February 2016

When Winfried (Simonischek) visits his adult daughter Ines (Hüller) in Romania, he thinks that she takes life too seriously, and decides to play pranks on her. Superlative third feature from German writer-director Ade, ranging from flamboyantly lunatic comedy to a wonderfully natural, textured portrait of the parent-child…

West Forest Chamber Ensemble

The group performs a work by Glinka, Poulenc's Sonata For Flute And Piano and David Gordon's Bebop Tango.

Wilde Sundays: The Sacred Spirals

The three-piece, Bracknell-based band and members of Spriggan Mist, bring their folk-rock originals to the stage.

Sun 23 Apr

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