MOREoutdoor at the Open Air Theatre
By Open Air Theatre
There’s MOREoutdoor at Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre this summer, with a series of one-off events just announced.
Alan Titchmarsh celebrates his love of all things floral in Up The Garden Path (4 Jun), a specially devised horticultural cabaret including soprano Rebecca Bottone, Luton’s award-winning girls’ choir Cantores, and virtuoso pianist Richard Sissons.
The internationally acclaimed and Grammy-nominated vocalist Stacey Kent (11 Jun) returns to the Open Air Theatre with an evening of jazz classics and music from her latest album, Tenderly.
British Comedy Award Winner Nina Conti makes her Open Air Theatre debut, improvising unforgettable puppetry using live audience members. With the help of cartoonish masks and her simian sidekick Monkey, the show is bursting with fresh and astonishing spontaneity and side-splitting characters.
RE:BIRTH is Russell Brand’s new show (30 Jul), in which he tries to make sense of becoming a parent (his daughter was born in November!). “What happens if she grows up to be like me? Or, worse, dates someone like me?”
After three sell-out years at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, singer, pianist and entertainer Joe Stilgoe bring his smash hit show Songs on Film (20 Aug) outdoors for the first time. Joe adds his own original and stylish orchestrations to some of the most memorable moments in cinematic history.
Following last year’s sell our screenings, The Luna Cinema returns to the Open Air Theatre for three nights of classic cinema under the stars. La La Land (27 Aug) is the film of the year and winner of six (almost seven) Oscars. It is quite simply, the perfect film for a night of open air cinema (27 Aug).
To see Steven Spielberg’s sci-fi masterpiece, Close Encounters of the Third Kind (3 Sep), against the night’s sky, will be out of this world. What better way to celebrate its 40th anniversary. And, with its classic Simon and Garfunkel soundtrack, The Graduate (10 Sep) starring Dustin Hoffman and, as Mrs Robinson, Anne Bancroft, celebrates its 50th anniversary.
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