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VenueMayflower Theatre
From15th May 2019
To18th May 2019
What is currently on at Mayflower Theatre (V774)

Northern Ballet

Northern BalletT01946132959
Company Northern Ballet

Archive :: production:T01946132959, dance or ballet:S0935661730, venue:V774
Current production:Work

The Great Gatsby

You are invited to the most glamorous party in town. Lose yourself in the decadence of 1920s New York as Northern Ballet's sell-out sensation The Great Gatsby makes its grand return the UK. Mysterious millionaire Jay Gatsby has a penchant for lavish parties and beautiful women. As the sparkling fa?ade of his world begins to slip, the loneliness, obsession and tragedy that lies beneath is revealed in one of Northern Ballet's most treasured productions. F. Scott Fitzgerald's classic American novel is brought to life as dancers glide across the floor in gorgeous Chanel-inspired costumes to a cinematic score by Sir Richard Rodney Bennett CBE (Four Weddings and a Funeral, Murder on the Orient Express). Bursting with passion, style and drama, don't miss this blockbuster ballet.


Choreographer David Nixon
Director David Nixon
Costume David Nixon
Design David Nixon
Director Patricia Doyle
Design Patricia Doyle
Music Richadrd Rodney Bennett (Sir/CBE)
Design Jerome Kaplan
Lighting Tim Mitchell
Music John Longstaff (orchestration)
Music Anthony Meredith (music advisor)

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