Open Air Theatre Regent's Park Reviews
Description:Established in 1932, the Open Air Theatre is the oldest fully professional, permanent outdoor theatre in Britain, with ... more
Open Air Theatre Regent's Park ... one of the largest theatre auditoriums in London. Over 120,000 people visit each year during the 15 week summer season. The 2007 summer season will include Macbeth, A Midsummer Night's Dream, Lady Be Good, Fantastic Mr Fox and The Boy Friend. Although we have just six permanent members of staff, in the summer we require nearly 100 personnel and have a turnover of around £2 million. Famous for our Shakespeare performances, A Midsummer Nightís Dream remains a signature piece in the repertoire, each year we also produce a musical and a childrenís play. We have received over twenty Olivier nominations in the last ten years.
Newest Review: ... to be hurried. * Whatís On * The repertoire at the Open Air Theatre tends to follow a set pattern; usually, they have four main productions. Two are Shakespearean pieces, often comedies. A Midsummer Night's Dream (from which the quotations that preface this opinion are taken) is a mainstay - almost a signature tune, so to speak - not quite every year, but maybe two out of three. The ... more
Customer Open Air Theatre Regent's Park Reviews (2)
by - written on 05/08/07, updated on 05/08/07 (Very useful, 426 readings)
Last night I had a magical experience, just as I'd expected. Repeated visits have made me almost blasť about the magic to be experienced at the Open Air Theatre. If you're lucky enough to choose a warm, dry summer evening, a magical experience is more or less guaranteed. * Where * The Open Air Theatre is right in the middle of Regent's Park. It is concealed in a leafy little park within the park, known as Queen Mary's Gardens, a circular area of trees, lawns and flower-beds, fenced off with high wrought iron black-and-gold gates. If you haven't looked out for the discreet signposts, you would be lucky to find the OAT at all, its understated ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/07/07 (Very useful, 139 readings)
Went to the Open Air Theatre in London for the first time last night, its pretty spectacular. I was sat right at the front, watching Macbeth by William Shakespeare, the normal ticket price (which i payed) was £31.00 Worth the money? At first i was disappointed when i sat down, all i could see in front of me was a tiny stage and some old rusty metal crates surrounded by a dense forest of trees. Little did i know later the entire stage would come to life! The play was amazing, in the way of makeup and costumes spectacular, the witches completely looked like witches with beards and all, they had a slight modern twist to Macbeth - they ... Read the complete review
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