Living in Regent's Park

Royal Academy of Music, Regent’s Park,Marylebone London NW1 5HT

Since its foundation in 1822 the Royal Academy of Music has had a huge impact on cultural life, both at home and abroad. The music profession is permeated at all levels with Academy alumni, including classical giants Sir Simon Rattle and Sir Harrison Birtwistle, as well as pop superstars Sir Elton John and Annie Lennox. Each year, talented youngsters from more than 50 countries come here to study, no doubt attracted by the Academy’s internationally... read more

Taste of London, Outer Circle, Regent’s Park, London, NW1 5HA

As one of the most diverse and international cities in the world, defining the taste of London is not an easy feat; the Big Smoke is simply brimming with delectable dishes from across the globe. Yet this is exactly the scope and mission of the upcoming Taste of London event taking place in Regent’s Park from 17 to 21 June. A mesmerizing smorgasbord of tantalising dishes will be featured by some of the top chefs in town, as well as esteemed guests... read more

Regent's Park Open Air Theatre in Inner Circle, Regent’s Park, London NW1 4NU

The award-winning Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre is now a London landmark, a firm fixture of summer in the city, creating a unique atmosphere in this glorious Royal Park. With 1,240 seats, the steeply raked auditorium is one of the largest in London, although it still feels strangely intimate. More than 130,000 people regularly attend the theatre’s four annual productions between May and September each year, and many of them like to enhance the... read more

Frieze Art Fair in Regent’s Park, London NW1

If you live in and around Regent's Park you will know that you're on the doorstep of world famous London Zoo and wonderful productions at Regent's Park Open Air Theatre. Perhaps less well known, but definitely an Autumn highlight worth a visit, is the annual Frieze London Fair. Every October this contemporary art event takes place in a huge, custom built structure in the heart of London's Regent's Park. Located in the south of the park, this year's hotly... read more

ZSL London Zoo, Regent’s Park

The world’s oldest scientific zoo, the Zoological Society of London was founded in 1826. And in all its 190 years, it probably hasn’t presided over a more breathtaking project than this – the Land of the Lions. Home to a pride of endangered Asiatic lions, this £5.2million enclosure offers an awe-inspiring view of the big cat’s world, where visitors can stroll just metres from the animals, separated by just a few fine wires. Wild Asiatic lions are found... read more
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