The Great Gatsby

The Great Gatsby tickets

Gatsby's Drugstore
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The Great Gatsby - London

Following the phenomenal sold out vault festival run, the immersive theatrical event of the year continues…

"The honour would be entirely mine if you would attend my little party." 



It’s the roaring twenties – an era of bootleg liquor, red hot jazz and hedonistic pleasures. Jay Gatsby has invited you to one of his infamous parties and that's not an invite you want to turn down. 



Step into a heart-racing immersive adaptation of F Scott Fitzgerald’s seminal jazz-age novel which puts you in the heart of the action. Slip on your dancing shoes and watch the intriguing Great Gatsby plot unfold around you in this unique theatrical performance. The cocktails are flowing, the music is playing, the party is in full swing and there's the chance of more than a little scandal. 



Immerse yourself in one of the greatest stories of the 20th Century with The Great Gatsby play.

 

What is The Great Gatsby about?

 

This classic story explores the social history of America during the Roaring Twenties, including the evolution of jazz music and flapper culture. When Nick Carraway, a young man from Minnesota, moves to New York in the summer of 1922 he becomes intrigued by a mysterious man named Jay Gatsby, who lives in a gigantic Gothic mansion and throws extravagant parties every Saturday night. He soon meets the enigmatic Gatsby and enters a web of intrigue which will change his life forever.

This enduring tale of Gatsby and the American Dream has been adapted numerous times over the years since its publication in 1925. A silent film was released in 1926, followed by a 1949 version starring Alan Ladd and Betty Field. A 1974 version starred Robert Redford and Mia Farrow and the story was revived in 2013 for the hit film starring Leonardo DiCaprio, Tobey Maguire and Carey Mulligan. There was a TV adaptation in 1955 for "Robert Montgomery Presents" and a 2000 TV film starring Toby Stephens, Mira Sorvino and Paul Rudd. An opera of the story premiered in 1999 at the Metropolitan Opera, written by American composer John Harbison. The Great Gatsby London theatre production is sure to do justice to this impressive legacy as the drama unfolds before your eyes.

You are cordially invited to a party at the mansion - join one of high society’s most infamous parties with The Great Gatsby tickets from lastminute.com

 

Following the phenomenal sold out vault festival run, the immersive theatrical event of the year continues…

"The honour would be entirely mine if you would attend my little party." 



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The Great Gatsby performance dates & times

You can book from
07-Nov-2018
to
31-Mar-2019
Mon -
Tue -
Wed 19:30
Thu 19:30
Fri 19:30
Sat 15:00 19:30
Sun 19:30

The Great Gatsby - Booking Information

  • Your tickets will be held for you to collect at the venue's box office one hour before the performance 

  • Please remember to bring along your confirmation email as proof of purchase

The Great Gatsby - Event Information

  • Running time: 2 hours (Including interval)

  • Age recommendation: The show is suitable for ages 14+. Anyone under the age of 18 will need to be accompanied by an adult over the age of 18. ID is required.

  • Other info: 

    Please note: Anyone under the age of 18 MUST be accompanied by an adult over the age of 18. ID will be required. 

    The Great Gatsby theatre secret location is Gatsby’s Drugstore at 12 Pilgrimage Street, London SE1 4AU.  

    1920’s Dress encouraged, dancing shoes required.