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MOREoutdoor events now on sale 28
Feb

By Open Air Theatre

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There’s MOREoutdoor this summer at Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre with our series of music, comedy and film events – and tickets are now on sale.

Award-winning comedian Adam Kay shares his experiences as a junior doctor, taken from his Sunday Times bestselling book This is Going to Hurt – and who knows what will happen when audiences challenge the Comedy Store Players to prove their improvisational dexterity?

Music this summer is provided by singer-songwriter Nick Mulvey, who plays a very special one-off solo show at the Open Air Theatre, and film screenings will once again be presented by The Luna Cinema. We’re showing the smash hit movie musical A Star Is Born (with that Academy Award-winning song), the long awaited sequel to Disney’s musical masterpiece Mary Poppins Returns and, if you’re a very naughty boy, then why not look on the bright side of life with Monty Python’s Life of Brian, in celebration of its 40th anniversary.

Don’t’ forget to check out our pre-event dining options, many of which can be booked in advance.

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We are proud to acknowledge The Marylebone as our Hotel Partner for MOREoutdoor.

Located in the heart of bustling Marylebone Village, The Marylebone hotel is within a short walk to Regent’s Park whilst being close to the excitement of Oxford Street, Bond Street and Mayfair. Characterised by its striking design and décor – in places inspired by the great David Hicks, The Marylebone epitomises the vibrant charm of its special London location. Embracing art, design and culture, its guest rooms, suites and public spaces are a celebration of contemporary and antique art and furnishings.

Enjoy a light lunch, afternoon tea, or post theatre dinner and drinks at 108 Bar, 108 Pantry and 108 Brasserie.

More Information @HotelMarylebone @108Marylebone

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15th Apr 2020

Following the extension of London theatre closures and continued government restrictions, we are sad to confirm that our production of Romeo and Juliet – which was to have started rehearsals in May – has been postponed until 2021.

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