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The Great Gatsby

  • Non-socially distanced seating

The Great Gatsby

19 Oct–23 Oct 2021

The Drum
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Tue 19 Oct
7:45 pm
£15.00
  • Member Discount - Friend & Up
Wed 20 Oct
7:45 pm
£15.00
  • Member Discount - Friend & Up
Thu 21 Oct
7:45 pm
£15.00
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Fri 22 Oct
7:45 pm
£15.00
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Sat 23 Oct
7:45 pm
£15.00
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Web-Event-Image - THE GREAT GATSBY

The live theatre debut of this unique two-woman retelling of F. Scott Fitzgerald’s masterpiece, a co-production from The Wardrobe Ensemble (Education, Education, Education) and The Wardrobe Theatre (Drac & Jill)

“I’m going to fix everything just the way it was before,” he said, nodding determinedly.

Invited to an extravagant party in a Long Island mansion, young bachelor Nick Carraway is intrigued by the flamboyant host, Jay Gatsby; a self-made, self-invented millionaire with a mysterious past. As the two strike up an unlikely friendship, a cocktail soaked story of memory, money and lost love unfolds.

Founded in Bristol in 2011, this year marks a decade for both The Wardrobe Ensemble and The Wardrobe Theatre, an anniversary we’re celebrating with this exciting new collaboration. The Great Gatsby is a witty, creative new co-production from the people who brought you Education, Education, Education, The Last Of The Pelican Daughters, 1972: The Future of Sex, (The Wardrobe Ensemble) and Drac & Jill, Oedipuss In Boots, Rocky Shock Horror (The Wardrobe Theatre).

Click here to watch a Zoom Q&A with the cast and creative team of The Great Gatsby.

Important information

Event type:

  • Non-socially distanced seating

Tickets:
£15.00

Concessions only:
£12.00

Running time:
1hr 30mins (approx.)

Age guideline:
12+

Please note, this show will be performed to a non-socially distanced audience.

“Intricately inventive… It reels us in and distils the spirit of Fitzgerald’s story in its own small, beautiful way.”
★★★★

The Guardian

“Captures the essence of the novel and its resonance.”
★★★★

The Stage