It was fitting that at the end that Oona the elephant took her own curtain call; it was exactly right for a production that takes that imaginative part of our minds and directs it so powerfully to explore ecological issues that none of us should be ignoring.
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Jesus Christ Superstar Regent Park Open Air Theatre 21 July 2016 3 stars Book Now In the midst of a summer of variably air conditioned theatres, what a relief to bask in the midsummer night at Regent Park Open Air Theatre. The third of a quartet of summer plays, Jesus Christ Superstar makes its first […]
BritishTheatre.com is pleased to bring you these great rehearsal room images from the forthcoming production of Jesus Christ Superstar which is being staged as part of this years season at the Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre. With lyrics by Tim Rice abd music by Andrew Lloyd Webber, Jesus Christ Superstar stars Declan Bennett who plays […]
Producers at Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre have announced today that Michelle Terry will play the title role of Henry V directed by Robert Hastie and that Declan Bennett will take on the title role in Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Jesus Christ Superstar to be directed by Artistic Director Timothy Sheader. Henry V […]
The utterly reliable Laura Pitt-Pulford brings strength, warmth and thoughtfulness to Milly – frankly, she outdoes Jane Powell by some distance. Her Milly is completely believable, a realistic contradiction of thoughts and deeds, and a woman unafraid to be driven (and bound) by her lust – for Adam and for life. Vocally, Pitt-Pulford is a […]
Timothy Sheader’s utterly astonishing, profoundly beautiful, and intensely gripping production of To Kill A Mockngbird, is now playing at the Barbican Theatre. It’s not practically perfect in every way – it is absolutely perfect in every way. In terms of glorious story-telling and superb ensemble acting rapturously telling a richly detailed and extraordinarily resonant – […]
CLICK FOR TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD TOUR DATES BELOW With the news this week of Harper Lee’s novel Go Set a Watchman being published 55 years after To Kill a Mockingbird, Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre’s acclaimed stage production of To Kill a Mockingbird has announced that extra performances have been added to the UK […]
A triumph – in almost every way…On the basis of tonight, it is a five star hit, which should transfer to the Palladium and play for a long time.