Everything You Need to Know To Plan Your Visit
The 2019 season will again be performed at:
The Scoop at More London
Wednesday to Saturday
The Sea Queen 6pm
Twelfth Night 8pm
Captioned Performance of both shows: Friday 16th
The Sea Queen 4pm
Twelfth Night 6pm
Post-Show Talks: Sunday 11th, 18th and 25th of August
Join us for post-show discussions with the team behind this year’s season of free theatre
O’Malley’s Crew at 11:00am
Theatre workshop calling new recruits! Grainne O’Malley, Queen of the Sea, is seeking bold buccaneers for her crew.
Sea Shanty Scallywags at 11:00am
Come learn a tune and sing with performers from London’s Free Open Air Theatre Season.
Davy Jone’s Crafting at 11:00am
Create your own loot to hide in Davy Jones’ Locker! A workshop perfect for pirates who love arts and crafts.
The Sailor’s Hornipe at 11:00am
Dance a jig with the team behind London’s Free Open Air Theatre Season. Perfect for everyone from sea dogs to landlubbers.
Show times & age guidance
Audiences of any age are welcome and encouraged to watch the shows, with the first specifically aimed towards a more family-friendly audience.
In the event of heavy rain, a performance may have to be cancelled. A cancellation decision will be made approximately 30 minutes before the performance is due to start unless the forecast is very clearly doom and gloom. If we can perform, we will! The cancellation will be announced via Twitter - @LDNFreeOpenAir - and our Facebook group which can be found here.
Seats & Your Comfort
Seats are allocated on a first-come first-served basis. Once capacity is reached, admission is on a 'one-out, one-in' basis. The management of the venue reserves the right to refuse entry. Entry is free - there is no need to book. Just turn up and enjoy the shows!
You'll be seated on the stone seats of our amphitheatre so bringing a cushion is highly recommended or you can hire one at the venue.
It can get chilly once the sun goes down, even on very hot days, so bring warm clothing - just in case!
The Scoop at More London is an accessible venue - with flat-level access and a gentle slope down into the theatre. Wheelchair spaces are available and an usher can assist in finding the best space; there is also an accessible toilet. Hearing and Guide Dogs are very welcome indeed.
Friday 16th - Captioned Performances
Please call the venue management on 020 7403 4866 or email firstname.lastname@example.org if there is anything that can be done to assist you in your visit.