Take away the ceiling and walls of a theatre, and the traditionally perceived barriers seem to melt away too; the relationship between actors and audience is more direct and this creates the ideal environment for a group of young people to enjoy high quality drama.
101 Dalmatians | Romeo and Juliet | Carousel
- Education Rate £16.50 per ticket for all performances excluding Saturdays, Bands A - C
- Teacher goes free with every ten tickets booked
- No booking or transaction fee
Guidelines for Teachers
This new musical is suitable for family audiences. Find out more
Romeo & Juliet
This production of Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet is most likely to be suitable for those aged 12 and over. Further details will be added to the production page as the season approaches.
Please note that this is not part of our programme of work created/re-imagined especially for children.
As a sung-through musical with a playing time of approximately 2hr 50mins (including the interval), Carousel is likely to be most suitable for secondary school age and over. Further information and synopsis can be found by searching online for ‘Carousel Musical’.
Dragons and Mythical Beasts
This 50-minute show is created for those aged 3 and over. Find out more
Romeo and Juliet
Thursday, 9 July (following the Matinee performance)
The perfect resource for KS3, Fiona Mountford hosts a post-show discussion with director Kimberley Sykes, to gain an insight into our production of Romeo and Juliet. Other speakers to be confirmed.
(free to attend)
Details are correct at time of going to press. Full terms and conditions, including our weather policy, are available here.
To learn more about the theatre and its rich history, visit our digital archive.
Is the theatre accessible by coach?
Yes, but you will need a free permit to access Regent’s Park which can be ordered when you make your booking. Please note that there is no coach parking in Regent’s Park.
Do you have a risk assessment we can use?
Whilst we are not able to supply individual risk assessments for your visit, we can help answer your questions and even arrange a site visit if required. As you would expect, the theatre has its own risk assessments as required by health and safety regulations which are available at the theatre for the relevant enforcement bodies to inspect.
Do I need to tell parents that the theatre is outdoors?
You should ensure that children are prepared for all weather conditions, including waterproof clothing and sun hats.