F Scott Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby was first published nearly 100 years ago yet it still continues to inspire modern adaptations and interpretations.
Filled with energy and strong characterisations, you really do feel as though you are part of one of Jay Gatsby’s parties.
The Great Gatsby, created and directed by Alexander Wright, reopens in the West End, playing at Gatsby’s Mansion at Immersive LDN in Mayfair from 16 September, with a press night on 24 September (marking F Scott’s Fitzgerald’s 125th birthday).
There was devastating news for West End theatres today when Health and Social Care Secretary Matt Hancock told the House of Commons that London – plus parts of Essex and Hertfordshire – would move into Tier 3 from 16 December 2020.
We rounded up the reviews for this immersive production based on F Scott Fitzgerald’s novel The Great Gatsby.
‘It feels to me like, with The Great Gatsby, we had an opportunity, and resulting from that a duty, to use the show to work out some of the key things that might help the industry as a whole.’
The Great Gatsby, which had previously set a record as the UK’s longest-running immersive production, is planning to re-open at Immersive | Ldn in Mayfair on 1 October 2020.
I see a lot of theatre productions, obviously, and whilst I still enjoy seeing new shows, new ideas and a creative piece that is genuinely exciting, I am starting to feel apathetic to much of what I see.
The Assassination of Katie Hopkins, a new musical from Chris Bush and Matt Winkworth inspired by the controversial tabloid columnist and conservative provocateur, will receive its world premiere at Wales’ Theatre Clwyd
The Guide of Misrule’s immersive production of The Great Gatsby has added six more weeks to its new London season… at a secret location.
Throughout the night, the famous story of The Great Gatsby is told. However, how you see the tale is entirely up to you.
Wait for ages? Buses? With the removal of copyright protection from F Scott Fitzgerald’s epic novel, we’re about to be bombarded by a – what IS the collective noun for multiple Gatsbys – a clutch, a slew, a bootleg-full? They’re all appropriate to this enduring story of a showman and playboy from the prohibition era, and […]
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