A complete guide to Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre
Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre comes alive every summer with world-class productions displaying the best in drama, musical theatre and entertainment. Find out more about shows at Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre and book your tickets now to these upcoming shows.
Guide to Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre
Where is Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre?Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre is located in Regent’s Park (NW1 4NU). The nearest train station is Euston, which is opposite the venue.
How do I get to Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre by tube?
If you’re travelling to Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre on the London Underground, you’ll want to head to Baker Street. It’s on the Metropolitan, Bakerloo, Jubilee, Circle and Hammersmith & City lines.
What shows are currently at Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre?
Based on Dodie Smith’s iconic tale of an evil woman who kidnaps puppies, 101 Dalmatians puts its paws on the stage at Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre in 2021. Get ready to be wagging your tail with glee at this musical.
What is the story of 101 Dalmatians?
Determined to make herself a new fur coat, Cruella de Vil steals a litter of Dalmatian puppies to use them for their fur. But, when puppy parents Pongo and Perdita try to save their Dalmatian offspring from their kidnapper, their determination sees them attempting to rescue a kennel load. But, can they do it?
Who is starring in 101 Dalmatians?
Kate Fleetwood will play Cruella de Vil. She’s previously delivered an Olivier Award-nominated performance in London Road at the National Theatre, as well as starring in High Society at the Old Vic and Lady Macbeth in Macbeth at Chichester Festival Theatre.
Further casting for 101 Dalmatians is to be announced.
When is 101 Dalmatians at Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre?
101 Dalmatians is at Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre from 15th May to 20th June 2021.
Romeo and Juliet
Shakespeare’s timeless tragedy will be told in a new production, directed by Kimberley Sykes. As the twinkling lights of Verona descend upon the West End, follow the young lovers in a tale where vendettas erupt and relationship reach boiling point.
What is the story of Romeo and Juliet?
Romeo Montague and Juliet Capulet come from two feuding families, but their magnetic attraction to one another must be kept out of sight. Torn apart by forbidden love, they do all they can to change their future, but can their lives be kept together forever?
Who is starring in Romeo and Juliet?
Casting for Romeo and Juliet is to be announced.
When is Romeo and Juliet at Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre?
Romeo and Juliet is at Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre from 26th June to 24th July 2021.
This season, there’ll be four shows at Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre. Take a look at the shows coming to the off-West End venue this season and book your theatre tickets now.
Spinning into Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre, Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Carousel is reimagined for today’s audiences. Based on Liliom by Ferenc Molnar, it’s a heartwarming musical with classics including ‘If I Loved You’, don’t ask ‘What’s the Use of Wond’rin’ and book your tickets now!
What is the story of Carousel?
When a millworker named Julie Jordan rides the carousel at a local fair, she’s instantly pulled towards carousel worker Billy Bigelow. As their attraction to one another grows, Billy will do whatever it takes to provide for Julie, but will he be able to make everything right?
Who is starring in Carousel?
Casting for Carousel is to be announced.
Dragons and Mythical Beasts
From the creators of Dinosaur World Live comes Dragons and Mythical Beasts. Be a brave hero at Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre in 2020 as real-life and fictional animals take to the stage in a legendary show of epic proportions! As mythical creatures come to life and folk tales are shared, get ready to take your place in this family-friendly adventure.
What is the story of Dragons and Mythical Beasts?
As the spellbinding adventure unfolds, unveil the deepest, darkest secrets of trolls, unicorn, griffins and the Tooth Fairy and experience the magical world come alive, just don’t wake the Dragon…