Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre has announced their exciting 2013 season, comprising four diverse and appealing productions running from May to September.
An intriguing mix of confidential and spacious, the auditorium is one of the largest in London with 1,240 steeply tiered seats, yet feels highly intimate. The entrance is in Queen Mary’s Garden within Regent’s Park and the theatre is entirely open to the elements. Over 130,000 people attend the productions every year, with the weather adding to the special and unique nature of each performance. In addition to a picnic lawn, the theatre has barbecue dining and the West End’s longest bar.
The 2013 season will open on May 16th with Harper Lee’s American classic To Kill a Mockingbird. This will be followed in June and July by a dramatisation of Pride and Prejudice adapted by the Bristol Old Vic’s former Artistic Director Simon Reade, and The Winter’s Tale tailored specifically to younger audiences.
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