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The Open-Air Theatre at The Scoop

Set in the heart of the city, The Scoop offers a summer packed with FREE theatrical performances for the whole family. This year the free performances, running Wednesday to Sunday, will be the Wonderful Wizard of Oz and King Arthur.

Continuing London's Free Open-Air Theatre Season, the performances aim to give a new generation free access to the city's finest theatrical artists, and promise an epic adventure for audiences of all ages and backgrounds.

Amidst iconic buildings beside the Thames, an oasis will appear each evening in which much-loved stories and characters will come to life. King Arthur, based on Sir Thomas Malory's telling of the famous legend, is adapted and directed by Phil Willmott.

Audiences don't need to book for any of the performances, and with 1000 seats available for each night there are plenty of chances to catch one or all of the shows throughout the run. All events are free and are accessed on a first come, first served basis. There is no need to register unless otherwise stated.

Date: 08 August to 02 September 2018

Cost: £0


Location: The Scoop, Queen's Walk, London, SE1 2DB »


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