The blog

09
Sep
Update on Government Social Gathering Directives

The government has announced that, from Monday 14 September, the limit on social gatherings will be reduced from 30 to 6. It is our understanding that this change does not affect performances at Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre.

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20
Aug
Superstar Reviews

It has been wonderful to welcome audiences back to the theatre – and the first reviews are in!

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11
Aug
Superstar On-Screen Announced

For the first time ever at Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre, from 19 August performances of Jesus Christ Superstar: The Concert, will be relayed ‘live’ to up to 5,000 additional ticketholders via a giant screen on our lawn.

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15
Jul
Open Air Theatre Re-opens with Jesus Christ Superstar: In Concert

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.

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11
May
How can I support the theatre?

A note from Artistic Director, Timothy Sheader:

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08
Sep
Superstar Assisted Performances

On Friday, 18 September, the 7.30pm performance of Jesus Christ Superstar: The Concert will be captioned by Stagetext, and on Saturday, 19 September, the 3pm performance will be audio described by VocalEyes.

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20
Aug
Joe Lycett Announced

We are excited to announce that, on Monday 24 August, Joe Lycett (the comedian formerly known as Hugo Boss, formerly known as Joe Lycett) emerges from lockdown to host a show where he runs in some brand new material and introduces some of his favourite acts from the comedy circuit.

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24
Jul
Superstar Casting Announced

Having sold over a third of the available tickets in the first 48 hours, we are delighted to announce casting for Jesus Christ Superstar: The Concert.

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11
May
2020 Season Postponed

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.

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11
May
What happens if I have already purchased tickets for 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.

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