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Pride and Prejudice at Regent's Park Open Air Theatre in 2013. Photo: David Jensen Pride and Prejudice at Regent's Park Open Air Theatre in 2013. Photo: David Jensen

Regent's Park Open Air Theatre

Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre is an outdoor producing theatre in London, run by artistic director Timothy Sheader. Previous productions at the venue include Stephen Sondheim’s Into The Woods, Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Jesus Christ Superstar and Pride and Prejudice.

Andrew Lloyd Webber’s and Tim Rice’s bold, brash 1978 ‘rock opera’ Evita is the ultimate star-making vehicle. The triple-threat performer playing Eva Duarte de Peron...

Total Immediate Collective Imminent Terrestrial Salvation – Festival Theatre Studio, Edinburgh Writer and theatrical experimenter Tim Crouch presents a new piece for the National Theatre...

Ros Clifford, 30, is a deputy stage manager, she has worked extensively in London and regional theatre for nine years Abi Egerman is in her...

Employing almost the exact opposite approach to Sean Holmes’ fluorescent festival staging at Shakespeare’s Globe, Dominic Hill’s production is a delectably dark and gothic-tinged...

Over an eye-widening 32 seasons, Kirstie and Phil have consistently reminded us of the importance of location, location, location. What they have thus far...

In Operaland, Hansel and Gretel is not just for Christmas – hence this midsummer co-production by English National Opera at Regent’s Park, where the...

Here comes the sun… and an eclectic spread of work covering giant ants, Luddites and Nico. Natasha Tripney and Tim Bano present their choices Natasha...

Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre’s former managing and artistic director David Conville has been commemorated with a sculpture in the grounds of the venue. Artist...

They say that, since it premiered more than eight decades ago, not a day has gone by that Our Town hasn’t been performed somewhere...
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