Tagged in REGENTS PARK OPEN AIR THEATRE

Running Wild Reviewed: A Real Summer Treat

Running Wild Reviewed: A Real Summer Treat

Is this adaptation of a Michael Morpurgo novel the natural successor to War Horse? | By Sam Smith ★★★★☆
Review: Does The Seagull Fly At Regent’s Park?

Review: Does The Seagull Fly At Regent’s Park?

Chekhov play in the open air. | By Sam Smith ★★★★☆
Peter Pan Sets Spirits Soaring In Regent's Park

Peter Pan Sets Spirits Soaring In Regent's Park

Hooked on JM Barrie classic outdoors. | By BelindaL ★★★★☆
Porgy And Bess, Outdoors In The Summertime

Porgy And Bess, Outdoors In The Summertime

Gershwin's classic musical in Regent's Park. | By DannyH
Arthur Miller's Breakthrough Play Gets An Airing At Regent's Park

Arthur Miller's Breakthrough Play Gets An Airing At Regent's Park

All My Sons in an atmospheric outdoor setting. | By Sam Smith
See Hitchcock's The Birds On Outdoor Screen

See Hitchcock's The Birds On Outdoor Screen

Remember: they can smell fear. | By M@
Fill Your Heart With The Sound Of Music

Fill Your Heart With The Sound Of Music

Regent's Park is alive with this new production of the classic musical. | By Sam Smith
Shakespeare For Children With The Winter’s Tale

Shakespeare For Children With The Winter’s Tale

The Bard for kids, in Regent's Park. | By Ruth Hargreaves
What's On In London Theatre 4-10 September

What's On In London Theatre 4-10 September

This week’s theatrical openings and reminders about those shows that are leaving London in the next seven days. | By Zoe Craig
Theatre Review: A Midsummer Night’s Dream @ Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre

Theatre Review: A Midsummer Night’s Dream @ Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre

A heady mix of dreamy passion and high comedy. | By Sam Smith
Review: Crazy For You @ Regent's Park Open Air Theatre

Review: Crazy For You @ Regent's Park Open Air Theatre

Two Londonistas tap their toes | By Londonist
Arts Ahead: What’s On In London 19 – 25 July

Arts Ahead: What’s On In London 19 – 25 July

Genre pushing theatre at the Almeida and strange occult art at Camden Arts Centre are balanced with traditional romantic musical fayre at the Piccadilly Theatre (anyone for pottery?) and a Russian Swan Lake at the ROH | By Zoe Craig
Theatre Review: Into The Woods @ Regent's Park Open Air Theatre

Theatre Review: Into The Woods @ Regent's Park Open Air Theatre

By Johnny Fox
Theatre Review: The Comedy Of Errors @ Regent's Park Open Air Theatre

Theatre Review: The Comedy Of Errors @ Regent's Park Open Air Theatre

By Zoe Craig
Theatre Review: Much Ado About Nothing @ Regent's Park Open Air Theatre

Theatre Review: Much Ado About Nothing @ Regent's Park Open Air Theatre

By Zoe Craig
Arts Ahead 8-15 July

Arts Ahead 8-15 July

By Zoe Craig