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Open Air Theatre, Regent's Park



Address: Regent's Park, London, NW1 4NPX
Tube: Baker Street
Tel: 0844 826 4242
Capacity 1, 240
Air Conditioning: Theatre outdoor!
Wheelchair Access: Yes!
Sound Amplification: Yes!
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The Open Air Theatre has been a permanent feature in London’s Regent’s Park since 1932. The outdoor Theatre is leased by The Royal Parks to The New Shakespeare Company Ltd which is a registered charity and a not-for-profit company. The season mainly take place May to September!
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WHAT'S ON AT OPEN AIR, REGENT'S PARK

RUNNING WILD

By Michael Morpurgo; Adapted by Samuel Adamson

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GenreDrama
Previews from13 May 2016
Opens19 May 2016
Booking to12 Jun 2016
Closes12 Jun 2016
TimeTue to Sun at 7.45pm; Matinees on Weds, Sat & Sun at 2.15pm; No matinee on 14, 18, 19 May
PerformersJoshua Fernandes, Tyler Osborne and Ava Potter (share role of Will) Hattie Ladbury, Ira Mandela Siobhan, Eric Mallett, Joyce Henderson, Stephen Ventura, Okorie Chukwu, Laura Cubitt, Ben Thompson, Michael Taibi, John Leader, Sarah Mardel, Stuart Angell, Fred Davis, Romina Hytten and 57 young performers from the local community.
DirectorTimothy Sheader and Dale Rooks
DesignPaul Wills
Lighting
Choreography
Costume
SoundNick Lidster
Producer Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre and Chichester Festival Theatre
SynopsisA story of love, loss, loyalty and of living for the moment. For Will and his mother, going to Indonesia isn’t just a holiday. It’s a new start, and the chance for Will to ride an elephant called Oona. But then the tsunami hit. Charging deep into the jungle Oona escapes the beach, but with her rider still clinging on, Will must now learn to survive the rainforest – and he is not alone.
B/O Price£25 to £48.50
Premium Seats £60, including best seat, programme and a glass of wine
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Other InfoPuppetry design and direction by Finn Caldwell and Toby Olie

HENRY V

By William Shakespeare

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GenreDrama
Previews from17 Jun 2016
Opens22 Jun 2016
Booking to09 Jul 2016
Closes09 Jul 2016
TimeMon to Sat at 7.45pm; Matinees on Thurs & Sat at 2.15pm; No matinee on 18 June
PerformersMichelle Terry (Henry V) David Sibley (Archbishop of Canterbury, the King of France and Sir Thomas Erpingham), Ben Wiggins (Princess Katherine), Joy Richardson (Alice), Philip Arditti (Ancient Pistol), Phil Cheadle (Bardolph), Charlotte Cornwell (Chorus), Catrin Aaron (Captain Fluellen), Alex Bhat (The Dauphin), Raphael Bushay (Duke of Warwick), Ryan Ellsworth (Duke of Exeter), Polly Frame (Captain Jamy), Beruce Khan (Duke of Burgundy), Syrus Lowe (Duke of Bedford), Jack McMullen (Michael Williams), Dyfrig Morris (Duke of Westmoreland), Jess Regan (Captain McMorris), Cat Simmons (Captain Gower) and Dwane Walcott (Constable of France).
DirectorRobert Hastie
DesignAnna Fleischle
Lighting Joshua Carr
ChoreographyJohn Ross
Costume
SoundAvgoustos Psillas
Producer Open Air Theatre
SynopsisAs England triumphs at the Battle of Agincourt during her quest to win the French crown, Henry V becomes one of the great warrior kings leading “we happy few, we band of brothers” in Shakespeare’s retelling of this famous victory.
B/O Price£25 to £48.50
Premium Seats £60, including best seat, programme and a glass of wine
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JESUS CHRIST SUPERSTAR

Lyrics by Tim Rice; Music by Andrew Lloyd Webber

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GenreMusical
Previews from15 Jul 2016
Opens21 Jul 2016
Booking to27 Aug 2016
Closes27 Aug 2016
TimeMon to Sat at 7.45pm; Matinees on Thurs & Sat at 2.15pm; Additional matinees on Weds 17 and 24 August; No matinees on 16 or 21 July
PerformersDeclan Bennett (Jesus)
DirectorTimothy Sheader
DesignTom Scutt
Lighting
ChoreographyDrew McConie
Costume
Sound
Producer
SynopsisCelebrating 45 years since Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber’s musical first hit the stage, Jesus Christ Superstar follows the last seven days in the life of Jesus Christ, featuring the songs I Don’t Know How to Love Him, Gethsemane and Superstar.
B/O Price£25 to £52.50
Premium Seats £65, including best seat, programme and a glass of wine
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Other InfoMusical direction Tom Deering

PRIDE AND PREJUDICE

By Jane Austen; Adapted by Simon Reade

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GenreDrama
Previews from02 Sep 2016
Opens07 Sep 2016
Booking to17 Sep 2016
Closes17 Sep 2016
TimeMon to Sat at 7.45pm; Matinees on Thurs & Sat at 2.15pm
Performers
DirectorDeborah Bruce
Design
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Choreography
Costume
Sound
Producer
SynopsisAs the Bennet sisters haplessly search for love in Jane Austen’s ultimate romantic story, it is Mr Darcy who unwittingly finds his match.
B/O Price£25 to £48.50
Premium Seats £60, including best seat, programme and a glass of wine
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