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Regent’s Park Open Air Theater is the oldest open air theatre in London. Even more the theatre has one of largest auditoriums in the capital city. Each year the theatre is visited by the astonishing figure of over 140,000 viewers. The theatre was founded in the year 1932 and since then it hosts every summer its visitors for a 16 week summer season abundant in various spectacular productions. The first successful play that was staged at the theatre was the black and white production of “The Twelfth Night” by Robert Atkins and Sydney Carroll. In the year 1933 the first summer season of the theatre was inaugurated and “The Twelfth Night” was restated along.
The grand opening was marked by another masterpiece “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” which was staged for the first time. Since then “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” is an integral part of the thereat's history given that there were and still are countless interpretations of the play staged during the summer seasons of the Regent’s Park Open Air Theater programme. Famous George Bernard Shaw specially wrote “The Six of Calais” play for the second summer season of the theatre in the year 1934. Also in the same year prominent British actors Anna Neagle and Jack Hawkins stared as Orsino and Olivia in the third staging of the “Twelfth Night”. During the Second World War the theater staged only matinees due to the night blackouts. At that time the Windmill Theater and Regent’s Park Open Air Theater were the only two functioning theatres in the city.
In the years after the war the theatre staged mainly comedies such as John in 1848, Faust in 1949, The Winter’s Tale in 1950 and Cymbeline in 1952 in order to elevate the spirit of the local population. Since its opening up until nowadays the theatre has staged the most popular plays known to mankind. As you can see Camden is an interesting place to live in. If you are in the process of moving seek and hire a house removals London based firm to aid you. In terms of man and van Camden has some of the best companies in the country.
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