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The Great Gatsby archive

Book by F. Scott Fitzgerald.

Archive listings for The Great Gatsby

Work type: Play. There are performances of this work in the listings (current and future) database, see The Great Gatsby

T01285487098

Nick is not only the band leader but a top-notch storyteller, and when he's in the mood, he can take you back to the summer of 1922 when he lived next door to none other than the infamous Jay Gatsby. Nick was working as a Bond salesman in New York the summer he met the mysterious party-throwing millionaire. Before long, Nick finds out that Gatsby and his cousin Daisy (who conveniently lives nearby) used to be an item. Gatsby is still in love with Daisy, but Daisy is now married to the pretentious and unfaithful Tom. So get your glad rags on, work up your best Charleston, and get your cocktail glass at the ready! Served up with a twist of iconic Heartbreak style, this outdoor adaptation of F Scott Fitzgerald's The Great Gatsby is the perfect way to mark 100 years since prohibition.Presented byHeartbreak Theatre.
3 Aug 20Penlee Park Open Air Theatre, Penzance :: V0280946259
listing details L1544986169

T1162501367

Immersive theatre experience. It's the roaring 1920s - an era of bootleg liquor, red hot jazz and some of the most swinging parties in town. Step in to a heart racing adaptation of F Scott Fitzgerald's seminal jazz-age story. The cocktails will be flowing, the music will be loud, one of Jay Gatsby's infamous parties is in full swing. 1920s dress encouraged, dancing shoes required. No printed tickets or confirmations required. Guestlists on the door. Please bring valid ID. Please note this is an immersive theatre production without seating where guests are encouraged to walk around, mingle and have a drink. 1920s attire is welcomed, although not essential.Director Alex Wright. Choreographer Holly Beasley-Garrigan. Design Casey Andrews. Adapted by Alex Wright. Company The Original Company. Presented byThe Guild of Misrule. Lighting Rachel Sampley. Sound Phil Grainger. Choreographer Holly Beasley-Garrigan. Stage ManagerCharlie Hosking. Performer Myrtle Wilson (Hannah Edwards). Performer Jordan Baker (Jessica Hern). Performer Tom Buchanan (Prince Plockey). Performer George Wilson (Humphrey Sitima). Performer Jay Gatsby (Oliver Towse). Performer Charlie Cassen (Rosy Rosenthal/Cover Nick/Cover Jay Gatsby). Performer James Lawrence (Nick Carraway). Performer Lizzie Grace (Lucille/Cover Myrtle/Cover Rosy/Cover Jordan/Cover Daisy). Performer Lucinda Turner (Daisy Buchanan). Performer Louis Sparks (Joey/Cover George/Cover Tom/Cover Rosy).
31 Jul 19 to 29 Sep 19General, Outer London :: V1087
listing details L857606170
28 Jun 19 to 16 Mar 20Immersive LDN, Inner London :: V01004306745
listing details L947872536
30 Jul 18 to 1 Sep 19The COLAB Factory, Outer London :: V805220267
listing details L710111374

T01054808631

Immersive theatre experience. It's the roaring 1920s - an era of bootleg liquor, red hot jazz and some of the most swinging parties in town. Step in to a heart racing adaptation of F Scott Fitzgerald's seminal jazz-age story. The cocktails will be flowing, the music will be loud, one of Jay Gatsby's infamous parties is in full swing. 1920s dress encouraged, dancing shoes required.Director Alex Wright. Choreographer Holly Beasley-Garrigan. Design Casey Andrews. Adapted by Alex Wright. Company The Original Company. Presented byThe Guild of Misrule. Performer Ollie Tilney (Jay Gatsby). Performer Louise Williams (Daisy Buchanan). Performer Thomas Maller (Tom Buchanan). Performer Dan Dingsdale (Nick Carraway). Performer Holly Beasley-Garrigan (Jordan Baker). Performer Veronica Hare (Myrtle Wilson). Performer Phil Grainger (George Wilson). Performer Imogen Little (Kitty). Performer Jessica Guise (Ensemble). Performer Toby Gordon (Ensemble). Performer Ollo Clark (Ensemble).
30 May 17 to 29 Jul 18Arts Theatre, West End :: V167
listing details L1874601955
25 Jan 17 to 5 Mar 17The Vaults, Inner London :: V01067696945
listing details L176595432

T0267521349

The play, created by York-based Wright based on F Scott Fitzgerald's novel put the audience into the heart of Jay Gatsby's world of 1920s opulence, glamour, music and celebration. A simple love story wrapped in the American dream, Castle Howard provides a superb set in which visitors can watch the story unfold around them - following characters around the house, uncovering secrets in intimate moments of live action, and becoming absorbed into Gatsby's world.Presented byThe Guild of Misrule. Director Alexander Wright. Choreographer Holly Beasley-Garrigan. Sound Phil Grainger. Producer Alexander Wright. Producer Brian Hook. Performer Amie Burns-Walker. Performer Michael Lambourne. Performer Oliver Towse.
11 Jul 18 to 15 Jul 18Castle Howard, York :: V01751353307
listing details L1407982562

T1468398774

Back by popular demand, The Guild Of Misrule present their immersive production of The Great Gatsby. Be plunged in to a world of red hot jazz, bootleg liquor and more than a little scandal. Expect music, cocktails, dancing and debauchery in this radical adaptation of F Scott Fitzgerald's seminal jazz age tale. 1920s dress encouraged.Producer The Guild of Misrule.
15 Dec 16 to 7 Jan 17Theatre Royal, York :: V954
listing details L01672688215

T166548209

Immersing you in the decadence of America's 'Jazz Age', The Great Gatsby is brought to life in this sizzling new stage adaptation from nationally acclaimed Blackeyed Theatre. Recreating the sights, sounds and feel of America's 'Roaring Twenties' as seen through the eyes of Nick Carraway, F. Scott Fitzgerald's masterpiece is a brilliant evocation of a society obsessed with wealth and status.Producer Blackeyed Theatre (in association with South Hill Park and Eastbourne Theatres). Adapted by Stephen Sharkey. Director Eliot Giuralarocca. Musical Director Ellie Verkerk. Design Victoria Spearing. Choreographer Bronya Deutsch. Lighting Charlotte McCelland. Costume Jenny Little. Performer Adam Jowett (Nick Carraway). Performer Tristan Pate (Tom Buchanan). Performer Celia Cruwys-Finnigan (Daisy Buchanan). Performer Celeste De Veazey (Jordan Baker). Performer Tom Neill (George Wilson). Performer Stacey Ghent (Myrtle Wilson). Performer Max Roll (Jay Gatsby).
17 Mar 16 to 19 Mar 16Theatre Royal, Windsor :: V742
listing details L2041129696
23 Feb 16 to 27 Feb 16Harrogate Theatre, Harrogate :: V942
listing details L0905199298
4 Dec 15 to 5 Dec 15Queen's Hall Arts Centre, Hexham :: V984
listing details L421412395
30 Nov 15 to 2 Dec 15Mumford Theatre, Cambridge :: V22
listing details L02033800430
27 Nov 15 to 28 Nov 15Newark Palace, Newark :: V455
listing details L451095285
23 Nov 15 to 25 Nov 15Arena Theatre, Wolverhampton :: V160
listing details L02039381180
16 Nov 15 to 21 Nov 15Theatre Royal, Windsor :: V742
listing details L868607279
12 Nov 15 to 14 Nov 15Towngate Theatre, Basildon :: V30
listing details L0706890586
10 Nov 15 to 11 Nov 15Octagon Theatre, Yeovil :: V919
listing details L02115450023
2 Nov 15 to 6 Nov 15Dundee Repertory Theatre, Dundee :: V596
listing details L703325360
29 Oct 15 to 30 Oct 15Brunton Theatre, Musselburgh :: V633
listing details L01668761613
27 Oct 15 to 28 Oct 15Adam Smith Theatre, Kirkcaldy :: V629
listing details L925741306
22 Oct 15 to 24 Oct 15Connaught Theatre, Worthing :: V725
listing details L01366843011
19 Oct 15 to 20 Oct 15General, General :: V1268
listing details L01981050992
15 Oct 15 to 17 Oct 15New Theatre Royal, Portsmouth :: V769
listing details L073977620
13 Oct 15 to 14 Oct 15Arts Depot, Outer London :: V320
listing details L790510199
6 Oct 15 to 10 Oct 15Greenwich Theatre, Outer London :: V308
listing details L216183822
2 Oct 15 to 3 Oct 15The Atkinson, Southport :: V0485350863
listing details L303862113
29 Sep 15 to 30 Sep 15Castle Theatre, Wellingborough :: V465
listing details L02009853216
24 Sep 15 to 26 Sep 15South Hill Park Arts Centre, Wilde Theatre, Bracknell :: V731
listing details L01528713029
22 Sep 15 to 23 Sep 15Tacchi-Morris Arts Centre, Taunton :: V01603938282
listing details L24351202
17 Sep 15 to 19 Sep 15Theatre Royal, Bury St Edmunds :: V76
listing details L854736645
15 Sep 15 to 16 Sep 15Stahl Theatre, Oundle :: V452
listing details L01241316972
8 Sep 15 to 12 Sep 15Devonshire Park Theatre, Eastbourne :: V665
listing details L01506419082

T1214109850

A brand new theatrical experience takes up residence across The Fleeting Arms. 'The honour would be entirely mine if you could attend my little party. Yours Sincerely, J Gatsby' Step into a world of jazz, liquor and excess across three floors of dancing and debauchery. A new adaptation of F Scott Fitzgerald's seminal jazz-age story sees Jay Gatsby's parties come to life in a new immersive, theatrical experience. Expect music, cocktails and more than a little scandal. 1920s dress encouraged. Friday & Saturday performances include Gatsby Lates, an after-show party until 1am. 23rd December - Christmas special including champagne reception and canapes. 31st December - New Years Eve special including champagne reception, canapes and exclusive New Years Eve after-show party.
3 Dec 15 to 31 Dec 15Theatre Royal, York :: V954
listing details L01592276067

T0192886232

Company Theatre Collection.
4 Mar 15 to 28 Mar 15General, Outer London :: V1087
listing details L0612640221

T0328200311

The Great Gatsby follows would-be writer Nick Carraway as he leaves the Midwest for New York City in 1922, an era of glittering jazz, loosening morals bootleg kings, and sky-rocketing stocks. Seeking his own American Dream, Nick's new neighbours include mysterious, party-giving millionaire, Jay Gatsby, his cousin, Daisy, and her philandering husband, Drawn into the captivating world of the super rich, their illusions, loves and deceits. As Nick bears witness, within and without of the world he inhabits, he pens a tale of impossible love, incorruptible dreams and high-octane tragedy, and holds a mirror to our own modern times and struggles.Company Southampton University Players.
17 Jun 14 to 21 Jun 14NST Campus, Southampton :: V776
listing details L0963622232

T01166718294

Amid the glitz of the roaring '20s, mysterious young millionaire Jay Gatsby moves into town and throws a series of luxurious parties at his waterside mansion. He arouses the suspicions of Tom Buchanan, a wealthy philanderer who lives across the bay with his beautiful but unhappy wife Daisy. But when Gatsby meets Daisy at her cousin's house one fateful afternoon, lives change forever.Company Cut to the Chase. Adapted by Peter Joucla. Director Simon Jessop. Design Rodney Ford. Musical Director Steven Markwick. Lighting Christopher Howcroft. Choreographer Donna Berlin. Performer Ellie Rose Boswell. Performer Georgina Field. Performer Callum Hughes. Performer Sam Kordbacheh. Performer Sean Needham. Performer Stuart Organ. Performer Sam Pay. Performer Alison Thea-Skot.
11 Apr 14 to 3 May 14Queen's Theatre, Hornchurch :: V41
listing details L011894082

T1501393323

T24 cordially invite you to a party at Gatsby's. Recreating F. Scott Fitzgerald's iconic story, exploring the clash of glamour against the sordid morality of the American Dream.Company T24.
26 Mar 14Gulbenkian Theatre, Canterbury :: V673
listing details L0167093102

T399211975

It's 1922 and we welcome you to prohibition Wilton's. SURELY there is no better place to experience this new and immersive adaptation produced by the Wilton's Team and directed by Peter Joucla. Expect late night foxtrots, moonshine in teapots, pearls and flappers, bootleggers and millionaires. Published in 1925, four years before the catastrophic collapse of the American stock markets, Fitzgerald's novel graphically portrays a society being destroyed by money and dishonesty, an American Dream of happiness and individualism degenerating into the mere pursuit of wealth. This play was originally adapted for Tour De Force Theatre by Peter Joucla, Wilton's will provide a fresh and site specific environment. Filled with live and evocative jazz music from the twenties and recreating the glitz and decadence of the period, you are invited to the party. Dress in your 20s best, it's all happening at Wilton's speakeasy... Running time 2hrs 30minsProducer Wilton's Music Hall. Adapted by Peter Joucla. Director Peter Joucla. Design Lucy Wilkinson. Lighting Filippo de Capitani. Performer Kyle Redmond-Jones (Gatsby). Performer Eleanor Howell (Daisy). Performer Christopher Brandon (Tom). Performer Vicki Campbell (Jordan). Performer Connor Byrne (Wolfsheim). Performer Julian Stolzenberg (Wilson). Performer Rachel Donovan (Myrtle). Performer Nick Chambers (Nick). Performer Jeffrey Mayhew. Performer Dominic Parker. Performer John Roberts.
20 Feb 13 to 23 Mar 13Wilton's Music Hall, Inner London :: V1165
listing details L844490398

T01733858897

It's 1922 and we welcome you to prohibition Wilton's. SURELY there is no better place to experience this new and immersive adaptation produced by the Wilton's Team and directed by Peter Joucla. Expect late night foxtrots, moonshine in teapots, pearls and flappers, bootleggers and millionaires. Published in 1925, four years before the catastrophic collapse of the American stock markets, Fitzgerald's novel graphically portrays a society being destroyed by money and dishonesty, an American Dream of happiness and individualism degenerating into the mere pursuit of wealth. This play was originally adapted for Tour De Force Theatre by Peter Joucla, Wilton's will provide a fresh and site specific environment. Filled with live and evocative jazz music from the twenties and recreating the glitz and decadence of the period, you are invited to the party. Dress in your 20s best, it's all happening at Wilton's speakeasy...Adapted by Peter Joucla. Director Peter Joucla.
20 Apr 12 to 19 May 12Wilton's Music Hall, Inner London :: V1165
listing details L1928453081

T01821639048

Proper Job Theatre Company brings you the story of the American Dream re-imagined for the post-credit crunch era. Adapted from the 20th century American classic by F. Scott Fitzgerald, The Great Gatsby cuts close to the bone. It examines issues of class divide, social corruption and the pursuit of wealth. As we find ourselves struggling to come to terms with the impact of the credit crunch, the old truth still remains: the rich get richer and the poor get poorer. In this adaptation Proper Job does what it does best - incorporating Theatrical Biomechanics to impress upon the story an unrivalled beauty and physicality. The result is an impacting and visceral experience of this classic tale, which communicates across language, age and culture.Company Proper Job Theatre Company.
29 Sep 11Square Chapel Arts Centre, Halifax :: V1098014226
listing details L19430391
21 Sep 11The Met, Bury :: V476
listing details L1088345660
14 Sep 11The Carriageworks, Leeds :: V1666392263
listing details L0721921108

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22 Feb 18 to 25 Mar 18Theatr Clwyd, Mold :: V810
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20 Oct 16Rogers Theatre, Malvern :: V1154
listing details L2146616476
28 Jul 16 to 30 Jul 16The Arts Centre, Washington :: V1411
listing details L0928628147

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