Regent's Park Open Air Theatre

Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre is an off-West End theatre situated within the grounds of Regent's Park in London. Established in 1932, the multi-award-winning venue is one of the largest theatres in London, boasting 1,240 seats. Regent's Park Open Air Theatre is a seasonal venue, hosting its annual 18-week season during the summer months.
Under the supervision of Artistic Director Timothy Sheader, Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre has housed a number of critically acclaimed productions, including 'Jesus Christ Superstar' (winner of Olivier Award for Best Musical Revival), 'Little Shop of Horrors' (winner of WhatsOnStage awards, including Best Musical Revival) and 'Evita' (winner of the Evening Standard Theatre Award for Best Musical).

Productions (6)

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London: Fitzrovia

A retelling of Sophocles' epic story from Inua Ellams ('Barber Shop Chronicles').

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London: Fitzrovia

Zinnie Harris' adaptation of the beloved children's story with music by Douglas Hodge.

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London: Fitzrovia

A revival of the classic American musical by award-winning composers, Rodgers and Hammerstein.

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London: Fitzrovia

Kimberley Sykes' new production of the tragic tale of star-crossed lovers.

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London: Fitzrovia

An interactive show about mythical creatures from the acclaimed creators of "Dinosaur World Live".

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London: Fitzrovia

Regent's Park Open Air Theatre presents the Shakespearean comedy about love, confusion and fantasy.

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Just a boy who spends far too much time in the theatre.
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