As the weather finally seems to be warming up, this summer is all about embracing the outdoors!
I love going to the theatre but the thought of sitting inside a cramped venue, when the sun is shining, is a little depressive…
Then, a friend told me about this Open Air Theatre in Regent’s Park. This award-winning theatre is a London landmark, displaying some of the Capital’s most talented artists within the surrounds of the Royal park.
The first thing you notice as you walk into the auditorium is how steep the seats are! You almost feel like you’ve stepped into the Colosseum in Rome to watch the Gladiators fight it out! If only Russell Crowe could be taking part eh?
Anyway, this mind-blowing venue seats a wapping 1,240 people, yet those who attend say it is one of the most intimate.
This isn’t just an ordinary trip to the theatre. This is truly something special; be it watching couples share a picnic in the park with a glass of wine or friends drinking Pimm’s at the bar under the trees, littered in fairy lights.
There are 4 annual productions between May and September. This year, they begin with an adaptation of Jane Austin’s classic novel, Pride and Prejudice (20 June – 20 July). Followed by: The Winter’s Tale (29 June – 20 July), The Sound of Music (25 July – 7 September) and Dinosaur Zoo (9 August – 8 September).
So, if you’re looking to do something a little different this weekend, pay a trip to this spectacular theatre, for an evening you’ll never forget!
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