A Star Is Born — Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre

Address:
Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre, Inner Circle, Regent’s Park, London
Tel:
0844 826 4242

Dates and ticket price

Dates & Time:
1st September 2019
Doors open 6.30 PM
Film starts at 8 PM
Tickets & Cost:
£17 to £32
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Seeing as it's summer, and it's hopefully going to be hot (crossed-fingers), how about giving the stuffy cinemas in Leicester Square a miss this week and watching a movie outdoors instead? The Luna Cinema will be showing three big blockbusters at the Open Air Theatre in Regent's Park.

Tonight's movie is the Oscar nominated performance film A Star Is Born (15, 136 mins), which tells the story of a hard-drinking musician (Bradley Cooper) who discovers a young singer (Lady Gaga).

Note: The Regent's Park Open Air Theatre is a little bit different to other theatres, because the seating area and stage are completely uncovered -- hence its name. Premium tickets come with a complimentary drink at the bar and a decent seating position. Bear in mind that screenings usually go ahead in bad weather -- so be prepared for a bit of drizzle and cold.

 

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