chiefs say – “no rain in our theatre!”

                 Will it be the same with a roof?

We all know that British summer time can be a bit dodgy at times, however, the chiefs down at Regent’s Park have decided that this year’s Open Air Theatre will have a temporary roof built for the whole season.

The decision has been taken that from last years heavy rainfall, there presents too much of a risk and the officials do not wish to leave any punters unhappy due to the cancellation of a show.

Three Shakespeare plays – Romeo and Juliet, Twelfth Night and A Midsummer Night’s Dream (a true midsummer’s dream) will be some of the productions showing at the theatre, however, undercover, will it have the same feel as a true open air theatre?

Are you regular to the summer Open Air theatre? Will it be the same? Or is the park feel enough to captivate the true spirit of this summer event? Please leave a reply, I’d love to hear your thoughts on the decision.

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