Nestled amongst the trees of the Royal Regent’s Park sits this fabulous Open Air Theatre that opens its doors this summer to some very exciting productions. 1,250 people each night watch under the London evening sky on the steeped banked seating of the amphitheatre. There is a bar for you to grab a drink beforehand and at the interval as well as a fairy light terrace that has a range of menus that change for each production – and they’re super organised as you can order your drinks and food before you arrive! The Open Air Theatre seems like a perfect way to spend the evening with your other half whilst watching superb dramatics.
The main events of 2016 are;
- Running Wild by Michael Morpurgo
- 13th May – 12th June
- Henry V by William Shakespeare
- 17th June – 9th July
- Jesus Christ Superstar by Andrew Lloyd Webber
- 15 July – 27th August
- Pride & Prejudice by Jane Austin
- 2nd September – 17th September
For the film buffs out there they are also showing Jurassic Park (14th August) & Top Gun (21st August).
“Each night an incomparable atmosphere is created by the buzz of people enjoying their theatregoing in every sense: friends setting up hampers on the picnic lawn, filling their glasses with wine or drinking Pimm’s in the bar as the fairy lights twinkle in the trees”.
Tickets range from £25.00 – £65.00.
Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre