Open Air Theatre
The Open Air Theatre in Regent's Park features a line up of several plays during it's 16 week summer opening
The Open Air Theatre is a permanent venue completely surrounded by parkland. It is located inside Queen Mary's Gardens, part of the inner-circle of Regents Park.
The Open Air Theatre was opened in 1932 and recently rebuilt in 1999. The theatre is uncovered except for a multi-level auditorium which has a bar stretching it's entire length. The bar serves complete meals starting 1½ hours before performances and is open until midnight for refreshments.
Performances are held from late May until early in September. If bad weather forces a performance to not be completed, tickets can be exchanged for an upcoming performance.
For more information about the Open Air Theatre as well as shows and schedules visit their official website: Open Air Theatre
|Getting There on Transit|
|Tube Line||Tube Station||Walking Time|
|Bakerloo, Circle, Hammersmith and City, Jubilee and Metropolitan lines||Baker Street||10 minutes|
|Connections and additional information|
Walking Distance from Tube Station. No bus needed.