Set against a background of discontent and riot in London and Paris, A Tale of Two Cities is the story of the impoverished standing up against the aristocratic. There's drama, battle, comedy and – of course – a love story. In true Dickens style the novel is epic, witty and vivid.
The message of empowerment feels just as pertinent in 2017, as politics grows more volatile and social divisions deepen. We look forward to seeing how Dunster breathes life into Dickens's prose and how old London and Paris are evoked on an alfresco stage.
|What||A Tale of Two Cities, Regent's Park Open Air Theatre|
Open Air Theatre, Regent's Park
Inner Cir, Westminster, London, NW1 4NU | MAP
|Nearest tube||Baker Street (underground)|
07 Jul 17 – 05 Aug 17, Thursday & Saturday matinee at 2.15pm. No matinee 8, 13 or 15 July
|Price||£25 - £48.50|
|Website||Click here to book via Regent's Park Open Air Theatre|