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MOREoutdoor Events Announced for 2020 04
Mar

By Open Air Theatre

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Since this blog was posted, all events have been postponed to 2021 due to Covid-19. Artists for Shakespeare for Every Day of the Year in 2021 are to be announced.


There’s MOREoutdoor on Sundays during the 2020 season, and booking is now open!

Luisa Omielan, the first British comedian to ever receive a BAFTA Breakthrough Award for comedy, presents her latest show God Is A Woman. At a time when it feels like the world is about to set on fire and we’re all asking ourselves why it has all going horribly wrong, Luisa’s show couldn’t come at a more important time. Expect Mary Magdalene and dick jokes! There’s comedy too from Jimmy Carr with his show Terribly Funny, containing jokes about all kinds of terrible things. But remember, having political correctness at a comedy show is like having health and safety at a rodeo. So now you have been warned, buy a ticket!

Following the success of A Poem for Every Night of the Year and A Poem for Every Day of the Year, Allie Esiri’s latest anthology Shakespeare for Every Day of the Year is brought to vivid life by a line-up of celebrated actors* including Felicity Kendal, Harry Enfield, Tracy Ann Oberman, Henry Goodman, Susan Wokoma, Kate Fleetwood, Issy van Randwyck and Samantha Spiro. Who was William Shakespeare? Why does he still speak to us today? How come he speaks about Climate Change? Did he really leave his wife his second-best bed? All this and more will be revealed as we journey through the life and work of our greatest writer.

Ever popular with our audiences, this summer The Luna Cinema present two anniversary screenings: Pretty Woman (30th anniversary) stars Richard Gere and Julia Roberts in the role that made her a global star; and Stanley Kubrick’s seminal psychological horror, The Shining (40th anniversary) will be a cinematic experience not to be missed as darkness descends over Regent’s Park.

Booking for all these events is now open.

For more about the events

Previous entries

Open Air Theatre Re-opens with Jesus Christ Superstar: In Concert

15th Jul 2020

We are excited to announce that Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre is the first London theatre to welcome back audiences with 70 live performances in August and September. 

2020 Season Postponed

11th May 2020

Following the coronavirus outbreak in the UK this year, it became necessary for us to postpone our entire 2020 season until the corresponding dates in 2021.

How can I support the theatre?

11th May 2020

A note from Artistic Director, Timothy Sheader:

What happens if I have already purchased tickets for 2020?

11th May 2020

Following the coronavirus outbreak in the UK this year, it became necessary for us to postpone our entire 2020 season until the corresponding dates in 2021.

Making Earth Day Every Day

20th Apr 2020

22 April 2020 marks the 50th anniversary of Earth Day, and to celebrate we’re focussing on our commitment to reduce the environmental impact of Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre.

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