Open Air Theatre in Regent's Park
09 June 2015
Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre is now open for the summer! And it’s one of the largest auditoriums in London, with 1,250 seats. It’s a unique space and a much-loved London landmark.
Not only does it have a great atmosphere, the seats are banked so steeply that each one guarantees a fantastic view. And there are so many brilliant productions to look forward to.
J.M Barrie’s Peter Pan has already opened the season, and runs until the 14th of June. It’s the classic tale of how all children must grow up, except one. Barrie’s timeless fantasy is set amidst the harsh realities of World War I, a time when imagination and wonder offered escape, for children and adults alike. And you could not wish for a more magical setting than under the stars in Regent’s Park.
This summer’s eclectic programme also includes The Seagull, Seven Brides for Seven Brothers and Lord of the Flies. Have a look at what’s on here.
We have a number of restaurants and coffee shops around the park, so drop in if you are going to a shows. The Smokehouse and The Regent’s Bar & Kitchen are great options for American style food or delicious wood-fired oven pizzas. If you want to grab a coffee, remember our little Espresso Bar, where you can get a cup of coffee, wraps, pastries or ice-cream on your way to the theatre through the park.