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(TRAVPR.COM) THE 2014 REGENT'S PARK OPEN AIR THEATRE SEASON COMMENCES AND MUSEUMS AT NIGHT RETURNS

(TRAVPR.COM) UK - May 16th, 2014 - The Regent's Park Open Air Theatre season kicks off this week, opening with a production of Arthur Miller's award-winning play All My Sons. Set it 1946, it tells the story of the Keller family, whose son, Larry, is missing in action of World War II. With secrets due to be exposed, the family risk being torn apart. For more information visit LondonTown.com, where a great selection of London hotels can also be found.

This weekend also sees the return of the popular Museums and Night, treating visitors to some after-hours fun in some of London's finest museums, galleries and heritage sights. With venues such as the Museum of London, Courtauld Gallery and Freud Museum taking part, there will be twilight tours, midnight mystery and a whole host of unique events.

Presented by Oval Space and The Whisky Lounge, The London Whisky Weekender launches on Friday. Running for three days, the festival is a celebration of whisky from around the world and provides the opportunity to sample whiskies from more than 20 distilleries, try pre-1945 whiskies while overlooking one of the last remaining Blitz sites in London, and take a tour of the Pickle Factory distillery. Plus, there will be an East End Lounge that offers a glimpse into London's boozy past. Another alcohol-themed event taking place this weekend is the RAW Artisan Wine Fair at The Old Truman Brewery. Inviting more than 150 growers to showcase their products, the event focuses on high quality, pure wine that aims to be a little healthier than your typical bottle of plonk.