Today is Thu, 3 December 2020
No refunds after purchase.Delivery Method
Free eTicket - mobile or printedFAQs
What time will you decide whether the performance will be cancelled due to bad weather?
We will never cancel a performance before the advertised start time. This is because you would be amazed how often it can rain all day and then clear up just in time for the action to start and indeed, how localised bad weather can be.
If a show is cancelled on account of the weather, we will announce this at the time of cancellation at the venue. We do not communicate cancellations to patrons who did not come to the venue or who have already left the venue, but you can contact us afterwards to find out if the performance was cancelled.
Please note that MOREoutdoor films and one-off live music and comedy shows are never cancelled because of the weather.
What happens if the weather is bad?
Although the vast majority of performances are completed each year, as the auditorium and stage are completely uncovered, we may have to stop and re-start the show. On rare occasions, it will not be possible for us to complete the performance. Tickets are non-refundable in the event of cancellation because of the weather but may be exchanged.
Please note that MOREoutdoor films and one-off live music and comedy shows are never cancelled because of the weather.Good To Know
Regent's Park Open Air Theatre
Please note: The auditorium and stage are completely uncovered and shows in the main theatre repertoire may be cancelled or abandoned because of the weather (this excludes films and one-off live music and comedy shows which are never cancelled because of the weather). Tickets are non-refundable in the event of cancellation because of the weather but may be exchanged in accordance with the policy set out in section 5 of Regent’s Park Theatre’s terms and conditions which are at www.openairtheatre.com/terms . Pre-purchased food and drink will be available whatever the weather and no exchange can be offered for these. All ticket purchases are nonexchangeable and non-refundable unless a show is cancelled for non-weather related reasons.How Does It Work
You will receive a confirmation email with your voucher attached. Please show your voucher on your phone, or print this ticket, to gain entry to the event. The voucher will be checked and/or scanned upon entry.Suitable For Children
This production of Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet is most likely to be suitable for those aged 12 and over.
Please note this is not part of our programme of work created/re-imagined especially for children, and it remains the responsibility of the parent/guardian in advance of purchase to make their own judgement as to the suitability of the show for their own child. In any event, children under the age of 4 will not be admitted to the venue.Where Do I Go
Inner Cir, London NW1 4NU
Bars: 1 licensed bar/buffet at ground level
Limited mobility: Patrons with limited mobility are welcome to use our accessible seating on row J. There are also several rows which involve only one or two steps to access the seating.
Access description: The main entrance to the theatre is through Queen’s Mary’s gardens and is completely level. There is also a more direct entrance through the Theatre Exit Gate which patrons requiring assistance with access are welcome to use. The main entrance is immediately adjacent to the box office. Through the gate you follow a gentle slope with a handrail. The auditorium entrances are opposite and you enter directly onto the theatre’s accessible row with discounted seats for qualifying patrons. The Theatre Exit Gate is immediately off the Inner Circle Road. There is a ramp up to the gate where a member of staff is on hand to assist. Once in the venue’s grounds there is a gently sloped path upwards with the auditorium at the top on your left hand side. Again, you enter the auditorium directly onto the theatre’s access row. Should you require help, the box office staff are on hand to collect tickets on your behalf. The auditorium consists of two tiers. The lower tear has shallow steps which are easier to negotiate than the Upper Tier. Please be aware that the Upper Tier has steeper steps and doesn’t have any handrail support. All patrons need to exit through the Theatre Exit Gate as The Royal Parks lock Queen Mary’s Gardens during the evening performance.
Sound Amplification: Radio-signal system.
Guide Dogs: Guide dogs are welcome and bowls of water can be provided
Disabled Access: The theatre is fully accessible to people with reduced mobility. There is a slight slope up into the theatre and all wheelchair seating (38 spaces) is on the level of entrance into the theatre. The wheelchair is then backed into the designated area and patrons will then have an unobstructed view of the stage. Transfer seats are also available.
Toilets: Large Men's and Women's opposite bar.
Disabled Toilets: Adapted loos are to the left of the box office entrance as you enter the theatre or to the right as you exit the theatre.
Limited Mobility: Access guides, large print programmes, talking programmes on request.
Access to Bars: Tea and cake can be booked in advance for matinee performances and priority suppers can be booked in advance for evening performances. There is also a bar, buffet and barbeque located on site which patrons can select a variety of cocktails, salads, and burgers from.