To Kill a Mockingbird - Regent's Park Open Air Theatre

To Kill A Mockingbird at the Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre

Regent's Park Open Air Theatre, London
Booking to 13 September 2014
Not currently booking

Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre revive their sellout 2013 production of To Kill A Mockingbird.


The Open Air Theatre’s 2013 production of To Kill A Mockingbird  has been revived and is playing at the Barbican theatre from 24 June 2015 until 25 July 2015 with Robert Sean Leonard playing Atticus Finch.-


Following an acclaimed, sellout season in 2013, Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre‘s production of Harper Lee’s Pulitzer Prize-winning classic returns to Regent’s Park this summer.

Adapted for the stage by Christopher Sergel, the play has become the venue’s most successful ever production with acclaim from the critics and packed houses every night.

The production is directed by Timothy Sheader.


Set in America’s Deep South in the 1930s, To Kill A Mockingbird is a tale of racial injustice enveloping a small town community. A black man, Tom Robinson, is accused of raping a white woman. With 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.


Daniel Betts (Skylight, RSC, Sweet Bird of Youth, The King’s Speech) has been cast as Atticus Finch, alongside Zackary Momoh as Tom Robinson, Christopher Akrill as Boo Radley and Phil King.

Full casting includes Geoff Aymer (Reverend Sykes), Victoria Bewick (Mayella Ewell), David Carlyle (Nathan Radley/Mr Gilmer), Natalie Grady (Miss Maudie Atkinson), Jamie Kenna (Heck Tate), Susan Lawson Reynolds (Calpurnia) and Christopher Saul (Mrs Walter Cunningham/Judge Taylor). Jemima Bennett, Ava Potter and Rosie Boore with share the role of Scout whilst Harry Bennett, Arthur Franks and Billy Price will share the role of Jem. The role of Dill Harris will be shared by Leo Heller, Connor Brundish and Milo Panni.

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Show Information

Performance dates
Booking to 13 September 2014
Running time
To be confirmed

Important Notes

WEATHER POLICY: The auditorium and stage are completely uncovered. Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre will make every effort to complete the performance and reserve the right to stop and start the action as necessary. Performances are never cancelled or abandoned before the advertised starting time and then only in the event of very bad weather. If cancellation or abandonment is unavoidable, ticket holders will be entitled to equivalent seats for any other performance in the main repertoire (excludes one-off comedy, music and film events), subject to availability. Refunds are not given for cancellation or abandonment as a result of the weather. In any event, personal arrangements including travel, accommodation or hospitality relating to the event which have been arranged by you are at your own risk and not refundable by us. Where tickets were purchased at a promotional rate, alternative performances will still be offered but may be restricted. Music, comedy and film events (which are one-off events and not part of the main repertoire) take place regardless of weather conditions. of the main repertoire) take place regardless of weather conditions.

Venue Information

Regent's Park Open Air Theatre, Inner Circle, Regent's Park, London, NW1 4NR
Nearest Tube or Train: Baker Street (Bakerloo line, Circle line, Hammersmith and City line, Jubilee line, Metropolitan line) or Regent's Park (Bakerloo line)
Nearest Buses: 13, 18, 27, 30, 74, 82, 113, 139, 189, 274

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