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Can evil triumph over good in an attempt to banish colour from the world? How should we celebrate 40 years since a British institution graced our TV screens? And who is the important man at South Hill Park Arts Centre?
South Hill Park Sleeping Beauty

Book for Father Christmas’ Grotto at the same time as Sleeping Beauty and pay just £10 for children to see Santa and get adults in free

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Can evil triumph over good in an attempt to banish colour from the world? Will Princess Aurora will be sent into a deep slumber for a 100 years?! Can brave, dashing Prince Perceforest thwart the fire breathing dragon to save his love?! Join South Hill Park Arts Centre in a magical world of fun and fairy tales this Christmas, and discover your own happily ever after as the enchanting Sleeping Beauty is brought to life from Sunday 29 November-Sunday 3 January 2016.

Fawlty Towers 2

South Hill Park Arts Centre are celebrating the fawlty’eth anniversary of much loved sit-com Fawlty Towers this October by bringing three hilarious episodes to life on the Wilde Theatre stage.

South Hill Park The Borrowers

 

The Bracknell-based arts centre is thrilled to welcome back to the stage the critically acclaimed team behind their 2013 Fawlty Towers production. Fawlty Towers 2 will be on from Friday 23 October to Sunday 25 October.

Set in a fictional hotel in the town of Tourqauy, this timeless comedy features some of the most iconic characters in British comedy. Be sure to check-in to South Hill Park for guaranteed five star (or more aptly, 3 star) service as ‘Gourmet Night’, ‘The Kipper and the Corpse’ and ‘The Wedding Party’ are performed for your viewing pleasure.

What better way to celebrate 40 years since this British institution graced our TV screens?

The Borrowers

Treat your little ones this half term by joining South Hill Park Arts Centre and the little people of The Borrowers as they adventure through the gigantic world of the Human Bean’s in this classic retelling of the traditional story.

From the team that brought you Alice in Wonderland this summer, The Borrowers is guaranteed to leave its audiences, both big and small feeling as though they have journeyed with Arietty, Pod and Homilly through the gigantic world and shared in their many exciting encounters along the way. The show is on from Thursday 29 October to Saturday 31 October.

Directed by Joe Maylan and adapted by Charles Way, The Borrowers tells the story of these small humans who live in the English hinterland. They live happily in a perfect little home under the floorboards of a quiet old house. But, when young Arrietty gets itchy feet and decides to go exploring, their secret is out and nothing will ever be the same again.

Santa’s Grotto

This Christmas, a very important man is setting up shop at South Hill Park Arts Centre in Bracknell and no, it’s not the Prince from South Hill Park’s Panto Sleeping Beauty. It’s the famous man in red, Father Christmas, coming to see you before having to rush off and deliver to all the good boys and girls around the world.

Whilst he’s here, you can visit him in his grotto and give him your wish list. You’ll meet some of his elves who will help you make your very own Christmas decorations, and might even tell you a story or two!

Book your tickets for South Hill Park’s Sleeping Beauty at the same time and get a reduced price to see Father Christmas. Each timeslot is allocated to your booking only, which is limited to 8 people.

Book for Father Christmas’ Grotto at the same time as Sleeping Beauty and pay just £10 for children to see Santa and get adults in free. Call Box Office on 01344 484123 for this combined offer.

 

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