The blog

2011 season is announced: Lord of the Flies, The Beggar’s Opera, Pericles and Crazy for You 23

By Open Air Theatre

Artistic Director Timothy Sheader and the team at Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre are delighted to announce the programme for 2011. Opening the season on 19 May, and created by the team that produced The Crucible, Timothy Sheader directs William Golding’s gripping drama, Lord Of The Flies, adapted for the stage by Nigel Williams.

Lucy Bailey injects her unique visual dynamism into John Gay’s original text of The Beggar’s Opera from 23 June and, continuing the successful series of Shakespeare plays for younger audiences, Pericles will be re-imagined for everyone aged six and over from 2 July.

The final production of the season, playing 28 July to 10 September, is George and Ira Gershwins’ hit musical comedy, Crazy for You. Packed full of classic songs including “I Got Rhythm”, “Someone To Watch Over Me”, and “Embraceable You”, the creative team behind the multi-award winning production of Hello, Dolly! reunite including director Timothy Sheader and choreographer Stephen Mear.

Priority Booking for Members opens 23 November 2010; Public Bookings open on 11 January 2011.

Previous entries

Jesus Christ Superstar Transfers To The Barbican

7th Nov 2018

Our multi award-winning production returns.

The Royal Park's 2018 hedgehog survey findings are in

5th Oct 2018

Find out more about Regent’s Park’s vulnerable hedgehog population.

Celebrating 9 Years with Mousetrap Theatre projects

24th Sep 2018

We celebrate 9 years working with Mousetrap Theatre Projects.

Vicky Vox and Matt Willis Bring the Love on BUILD LDN

12th Sep 2018

Interview with Vicky Vox (Audrey II) and Matt Willis (Orin)

From one 'mean green mother' to another, Alien (15) screening Sun 9 Sep

5th Sep 2018

Ridley Scott’s cinematic masterpiece Alien will be screened in the Park this Sunday

View all entries

No Comments

Add a comment

Add a comment

Please note that all comments are moderated. Your email address will not be displayed and will never be shared with anyone.