Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre

The entrance to the Regent's Park Open Air Theatre.

Photo credit: © chrisdorney/

Celebrating its 92nd year, the Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre will be running a programme of fabulous productions from 3 May until 21 September.


The titles chosen for 2024 are Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night under the direction of the RSC’s Owen Horsley (3 May – 8 June), Roald Dahl’s children’s classic The Enormous Crocodile (17 May – 8 June), a new adaptation of Frances Hodgson Burnett’s enchanting The Secret Garden (15 June – 20 July) and a 60th anniversary production of the wonderful Fiddler on the Roof musical (27 July – 21 September).


BSL interpreted, captioned, relaxed and audio-described performances (with touch tours) are available.

Making the most of your experience

This historic venue will also have a bar, gin experience tables, a café, covered dining and a dedicated picnic area available to its patrons.

Getting there

Queen Mary’s Rose Gardens are located two miles north of Hertford Street. You can catch the Jubilee line tube from Green Park to Baker Street, or, if you would like to walk, it’s a very pleasant route along iconic Baker Street.


This esteemed out-of-doors theatre was established in 1932 in the Queen Mary’s Gardens section of the park. It has a capacity of 1256 on amphitheatre seating and won the prestigious London Theatre of the Year in The Stage Awards in 2017 and the Highly Commended Award for London Theatre of the Year in 2021. It really is a wonderful experience with shows to appeal to all tastes and ages.

Also in the area

The Sherlock Holmes Museum
Wellcome Collection
The British Museum

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