See a stage adaptation of Harper Lee's award-winning novel, To Kill A Mockingbird at London's Open Air Theatre this summer.
Set in the Deep South, Harper Lee's Pulitzer Prize-winning novel To Kill A Mockingbird sees racial injustice envelop a small-town community. Through courage and compassion, lawyer Atticus Finch seeks the truth, and his daughter, Scout – a young girl on the cusp of adulthood – brings new hope to a neighbourhood in turmoil.
This stage adaptation is by Christopher Sergel, writer of Fame, Get Smart, Meet Me In St Louis and Cheaper by the Dozen. Sergel took 20 years to adapt Lee's novel for the stage: it premiered at the Paper Mill Playhouse in Millburn, New Jersey in 1991.
This enduring classic is being performed at the award-winning Regent's Park Open Air Theatre, directed by Artistic Director Timothy Sheader.
Set in beautiful landscaped grounds, this atmospheric venue is surrounded by trees twinkling with fairy lights. The theatre also boasts its own bar, barbecue and picnic lawn where theatre-goers can set up hampers while enjoying a glass of wine or Pimms.
- Timothy Sheader
- Harper Lee
Venue Details & Map
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- Public transport:
- (10 mins) Exit onto Marylebone Road and turn left. Past Madame Tussauds turn left into York Gate and follow York Bridge to the end. Pass through the large gates into the park and walk straight until you reach the theatre on your left.
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