Pride And Prejudice Tickets
To celebrate its 200th Anniversary, The Open Air Theatre, Regents Park presents the classic Jane Austen story Pride and Prejudice this summer.
As the Bennet sisters haplessly search for love in Jane Austen’s ultimate romantic comedy, Pride and Prejudice, it is Mr Darcy who unwittingly finds his match.
★★★★ “Jane Austen’s most beloved novel re-born” Times
★★★★ “a perfect Pride and Prejudice” Daily Mail
★★★★ “such charm and Elegance” Evening Standard
The cast for Jane Austen’s ultimate romantic comedy, Pride and Prejudice includes Jane Asher (Lady Catherine De Bourgh), Ed Birch (Mr Collins), Leah Brotherhead (Mary/Miss De Bourgh), Imogen Byron (Kitty Bennet), Sophia Capasso (Georgina), Olivia Darnley (Charlotte Lucas), Caroline Harker (Mrs Gardiner), Rob Heaps (Mr Bingley), Yolanda Kettle (Jane Bennet), Jennifer Kirby (Elizabeth Bennet), Rebecca Lacey (Mrs Bennet), Frances McNamee (Caroline Bingley), David Oakes (Mr Darcy), Barnaby Sax (Mr Wickham), Eleanor Thorn (Lydia Bennet),Timothy Walker (Mr Bennet) and David Whitworth (Sir William).
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