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.
Facts For Your VisitFee: Yes
Address: The Regent's Park, Inner Cir, London NW1 4NU, UK
Phone: 0333 400 3562
Official Website: Regent's Park Open Air TheatreMap of nearby accommodations:
|Tube Line||Nearest Station||Walking Time|
|Bakerloo, Circle, Hammersmith and City, Jubilee and Metropolitan lines||Baker Street||10 MInutes|
How to get to Regent's Park Open Air Theatre by Tube
From Baker Street Station exit onto Baker Street and go to your right (north) until you can see Regent's Park ahead and to your right. Double back slightly to the pedestrian crossing and cross over to the park. Make your way to the foot bridge just inside the park, walk across and follow the path to your left on the other side keeping alongside the trees. When you get to the Inner Circle cross the road and continue along the path on far side. At the 'T' (just past the Park Cafe), go left and follow that path to the theatre entrance.
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Ratedout of 5
Outstanding environment, fantastic staging no matter what show is on, no matter where you are seated the view is great. Fantastic food, also, whether it's a snack or sit-down meal. You might queue for the loo though, if you time it wrong...🤭
Stuart & Bijal Atherton-Shah - 1 month ago
Tipped it down with rain after the first song but we watched the rest rain free. Really lovely place and great shows. Highly recommended. Bring warm clothes even in the summer just in case it gets chilly
Nikki Atkinson - 4 months ago
We went to see Dinosaur World Live for my son's birthday treat, and it was really amazing and exciting. The theatre itself is lovely, and well laid out. The food on offer is good quality. The loos are very clean and spacious. There are plenty and we never had to queue. The whole experience was really good. I'd definitely come again.
Toddy Peters - 5 months ago
Great venue, its a fairly small open air theatre which makes for an intimate experience, we saw comedian Jimmy Carr and although we were around the middle of the theatre it felt like we were right up front! The bar is nice, usual London prices, entry an exit is easy, loos were decent. Be warned it is open air so be prepared! The rain did make an appearance during the show we attended but it really wasn't a big deal and there was a stall selling ponchos if needed.
David Turvey - 6 months ago