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Podcast with Timothy Sheader 20
Dec

By Open Air Theatre

Take a listen to our new podcast where Fiona Mountford, one of the leading voices in arts criticism, chats with our Artistic Director Timothy Sheader about his vision for the Open Air Theatre. Since recording this Podcast, please note that 101 Dalmatians will now open our 2021 season.

In this episode, Outdoor Theatre from the Inside, Timothy looks back at his first 10 years at the theatre, and at what drives his vision and programming decisions. He also looks towards the 2020 season and reveals why he loves creating theatre for this unique space.

Also just released is our 2019 Annual Review, which celebrates the successes of the last twelve months:

During the 2020 Season, Fiona Mountford will be leading a platform event, to give a further insight into our production of Carousel. Tickets for this are £8, and can be purchased when purchasing tickets for the performance.*

Carousel Platform Event: Tuesday 11 August @ 6.30pm
Guests include the director, Timothy Sheader

More information about the Platform Events

*The cost of this Platform event does not include tickets for the production which must be purchased separately

Previous entries

101 Dalmatians Postponement

18th Mar 2020

101 Dalmatians Postponement

MOREoutdoor Events Announced for 2020

4th Mar 2020

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

Romeo & Juliet Heritage: A Familiar Face

13th Feb 2020

2020 marks the seventh production of Romeo and Juliet here at Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre. When looking back through our past productions, we stumbled across a name we recognised in the programme of our very first production…

Romeo and Juliet / Carousel News

17th Dec 2019

As 2019 draws to a close, we look towards our 2020 season by welcoming our creative teams for Romeo and Juliet and Carousel.

New Cherry Trees in the Park

19th Nov 2019

Behind the branches and the blossom of the soon-to-be-planted cherry trees in The Regent’s Park is a story of mutual respect and friendship between Japan and the UK that first took root over 150 years ago.

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