Regent’s Park

The Terrace at Alexandra Palace hosts alfresco comedy nights

5 Places to See Alfresco Comedy in London this September

Summer might be slipping away but there’s more alfresco fun to be squeezed out of London yet! From the huge Greenwich Comedy Festival to the last in a run of outdoor laughs at Ally Pally, here are five cool spots to catch some open-air comedy in September

Regent's Crescent is a luxury new Grade 1 property development near Regent's Park London

Regent’s Crescent: London’s Only Grade I Listed New Build Unveiled

London’s only Grade I listed new build development has been unveiled on the edge of Regent’s Park, combining heritage architecture with contemporary interiors and luxury amenities 

NEW LUXURY DEVELOPMENT SHOWCASES ART COLLECTION FOR FRIEZE WEEK

Amazon Property has collaborated with a leading art curator to transform six dressed residences at The Park Crescent – a luxury new property development – into an art exhibition that will run during the annual Frieze London art fair

Regent's Park

THINGS TO DO IN LONDON’S ROYAL PARKS THIS AUTUMN

Summer’s gone but don’t despair, your outdoor fun isn’t over yet. London’s Royal Parks are as glorious as ever throughout autumn and there’s plenty to see and do, from Harvest Festivals to outdoor swimming and Kensington Gardens’ new cafe

Is Agyness Deyn trading in the catwalk for acting?

SUPERMODEL AGYNESS DEYN ON ADAPTING FOR FILM

With striking facial features and an elegant, graceful stature, reminding us why she was such an instantaneous hit with the fashion industry, Agyness Deyn talks Camden, her new film, Sunset Song and whether or not she has left the catwalk for good

Regent's Park Open Air Theatre

11 WAYS TO CELEBRATE SHAKESPEARE’S 400TH ANNIVERSARY IN LONDON

The year 2016 marks 400 years since the Bard wrote his last piece. The Resident picks out 10 ways to celebrate Shakespeare’s 400th anniversary, from his best plays to exhibitions and even A Midsummer Night’s Dream themed afternoon tea

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10 WAYS TO ENJOY SPRING IN LONDON’S ROYAL PARKS

It’s finally time to shed our winter coats, hats and gloves. From open air theatre to wildlife expeditions and walks through the roses, here are ten ways to revel in the great outdoors at London’s eight Royal Parks this Spring … Isabella Plantation, Richmond Park Inside Richmond Park is a 40 acre garden, awash with bluebells, evergreen […]

frieze art fair

THE PROS AND CONS OF FRIEZE ART FAIR

As Frieze week approaches, we ask two art experts to take sides and share the ups and downs of London’s biggest art fair Founder of London Art Studies and Frieze lover Kate Gordon offers her positive view on the fair, and argues why it is still London’s premier art event I think Frieze is really the bionic man […]

Regents Park Open Air Theatre returns

REGENTS PARK OPEN AIR THEATRE RETURNS

Nothing says summer is here more than the return of Regents Park Open Air Theatre. Artistic Director Timothy Sheader discusses his vision for the 2015 season

Regent's Park Open Air Theatre 2019: Hamlet, A Midsummer Night's Dream, Evita

THE BEST OF THE OPEN-AIR THEATRES’ LINE-UP 2015

What to see in London’s open air theatres this summer. See the best outdoor shows this season at landmark London venues including Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre, Shakespeare’s Globe and Opera Holland Park  Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre London’s award-winning Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre is home to four performances – and 140,000 people – each year between May and September. The […]

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