In its 83rd year, the Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre is a London institution and a totem of English summer (or not as the case maybe).
Following on from Peter Pan and The Seagull, the current, critically-lauded production, of Seven Brides for Seven Brothers has been a smash hit. This much beloved musical includes Bless Your Beautiful Hide, Goin’ Courtin’, Wonderful, Wonderful Day, and the dance spectacular, Barn Dance. The Telegraph said this wonderful revival of the 1954 film is, "a musical that wins over its audience by charm". Saturday’s weather is good, which means its an excellent to catch this incredibly warm-hearted production before William Golding’s classic, Lord of the Flies, takes its place from next month. Seats at the theatre are exposed to the elements although organisers claim that “the weather adds a thrilling contribution to every performance”, so come rain or shine, head down to Regent’s Park this weekend.
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