Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre | Al fresco culture in North London
Outdoor theatre always brings the house down.
And London’s most iconic al fresco space, the Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre, is back open for business this summer. The season kicks off with a critically acclaimed play set in a small American town, exploring simple, everyday life and what it means to be human. It won the Pulitzer Prize, and is famed for the simple quirk of having no sets.
After that, you can expect productions of Hansel & Gretel in collaboration with the English National Opera, then A Midsummer Night’s Dream, and then a double-bill of musicals with Evita and Jesus Christ Superstar.
There’s a bar on site, as well as a cafe, some covered dining, a grill, a pre-theatre drinks service, and picnics to buy on the spot.
And there’s a picnicking lawn to eat them on too.
NOTE: Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre takes place until September 21st. Tickets start at £23, and can be purchased at their website right HERE.
Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre | Regent’s Park, NW1 4NU
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