Photo credit: The Great Gatsby (Photo courtesy of The Great Gatsby)

‘The Great Gatsby’ immersive show to reopen in September

Are you ready to go back to the theatre, old sport?

Sophie Thomas
Sophie Thomas

UPDATE: The Great Gatsby has announced an extended booking period to 30 Oct. 2022. The Great Gatsby tickets are on sale now.

An acclaimed adaptation of The Great Gatsby, which is London's longest-running immersive production, will reopen in September. The Great Gatsby will reopen at Gatsby's Mansion at Immersive LDN from 16 September.

The Great Gatsby is based on the F. Scott Fitzgerald novel, and is considered to be a seminal piece of 1920s literature. Set in the Jazz Age with an art-deco feel, audiences can visit Jay Gatsby at one of his infamous parties, with the drama unfolding in numerous rooms.

As part of The Great Gatsby's reopening, the production will celebrate author F. Scott Fitzgerald's 125th birthday on 24 September. Speaking about the reopening, producers Louis Hartshorn and Brian Hook said "Gatsby is back! After a herculean effort of pathfinding for the sector throughout 2020 we are elated to be bringing one of London's landmark productions back to the stage. We are thrilled to be reviving this production in its original, effervescent glory and incredibly grateful for the hard work and never-ending belief of our team. It is most certainly time for our audiences to enjoy the roaring twenties."

The full cast for The Great Gatsby includes  Oliver Towse as Gatsby, alongside Lucinda Turner as Daisy, Hugh Stubbins as Nick, Jermaine Dominique as Tom, Steve McCourt as George, Jessica Hern as Jordan, Aminita Francis as Myrtle, Alex Wingfield as Rosy Rosenthal, Aimee Barrett as Lucille and Greg Fossard as Joey.

The Great Gatsby is adapted and directed by Alexander Wright, with choreography by Holly Beasley-Garrigan, design by Casey Jay Andrews, costume design by Heledd Rees, sound design by Phil Grainger and lighting design by Rachel Sampley.

In a 2020 review of The Great Gatsby for, the updated production was "a much-needed life tonic [and is] a night on the tiles with some of literature's most famous characters." 

The Great Gatsby is at Immersive London from 16 September.

The Great Gatsby tickets are on sale now.

Photo credit: The Great Gatsby (Photo courtesy of The Great Gatsby)

Article Updated: 16 November 2021

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