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Twelfth Night Ticket Prices

Step inside one of London’s most unique venues and enjoy a Shakespeare comedy packed full of humour, mistaken identities, romance and heartfelt family reunions. This is a truly unique theatre experience during the warm summer months, and Regent’s Park is also one of the most affordable places to see a show: tickets start at under £20, and the most expensive is under £80.

With genuinely cheap tickets for Twelfth Night available at every single performance, it has never been easier to enjoy top London culture for less - with or without a discount. We have shared some of our top tips below so you can have a great time at the UK’s most famous open-air theatre without breaking the bank.

Regent’s Park Twelfth Night Discount Tickets

Discounts are sometimes available for Open Air Theatre shows, but none have been announced for Twelfth Night so far. Sign up to our mailing list and we can let you know when these go live.

If you cannot find an offer for your preferred dates, we recommend comparing tickets under £50 on SeatPlan or Theatremonkey. Theatregoers who have previously attended shows at Regent’s Park have added photos and comments describing their experience from across the auditorium, and many rate the cheapest tickets at the back of the venue four or five stars for a clear, if distant, view!

When To Book Tickets

There is currently good availability across all price bands and dates for this show, so you do not need to rush to find an affordable seat. Give yourself time to plan, and if possible, attend on a Monday evening. It is the cheapest day to see Twelfth Night, with all tickets costing under £45. This is a huge saving, because top-price tickets on other days are 30% more expensive.

Prices are otherwise the same from Tuesday - Saturday performances. If you do not attend on a Monday, flexibility is not as important as it is for big West End shows, when all weekday performances are cheaper.

Top Tips For Your Visit

Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre is nestled in North West London’s Regent’s Park, a short walk from Camden and with fantastic links into the central tourist areas. Make the most of being in a green oasis with a picnic and walk around the lake, or visit London Zoo which is right next door.

The venue has food and drinks on site, with picnic packages available, but you are also welcome to bring your own to eat on the picnic lawn or Queen Mary’s Gardens, by the box office. Once you are sat down for the show, cold drinks and small snacks are allowed.

As an outdoor theatre, prepare for all weather conditions and remember that you may get wet! Umbrellas are permitted in the grounds but not whilst you are sat in the auditorium, so pack a raincoat. 

Cloakroom facilities are not available, so only bring what you need and can fit in bags or under your seat.

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Playing at

Regent's Park Open Air Theatre
Inner Circle
Seating Plan

Regent's Park Open Air Theatre seating plan

Booking period

3rd May 2024

14th Jun 2024

8th Jun 2024

Running time

Will be confirmed when show opens


Best for age 12+