London's longest-running immersive production, the much-acclaimed adaptation of The Great Gatsby is now to reopen at Gatsby’s Mansion at Immersive LDN from September 16th, 2021 with tickets on sale now.
Based on the famous F. Scott Fitzgerald novel, The Great Gatsby is widely considered to be one of the seminal pieces of 1920s literature which is embraced in the show that is set in the heart of the Jazz Age with a distinct art-deco feel to it, as audiences get the opportunity to visit Jay Gatsby as he hosts one of his infamous parties, with all of the drama unfolding in numerous rooms within the mansion.
As The Great Gatsby reopens to the public, the production will also celebrate F. Scott Fitzgerald’s 125th birthday on September 24th. Producers of the production, Louis Hartshorn and Brian Hook commented on the reopening stating “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.”
Full casting is still to be announced for the reopening of the production. Prior to the shutdown because of Covid-19 the cast starred Craig Hamilton in the role of Gatsby, with Lucinda Turner playing Daisy, Dean Graham as Tom, James Lawrence as Nick, Alex Wingfield as Joey, Ivy Corbin as Jordan, MJ Lee as Myrtle, Lucas Jones as George, Hugh Stubbins as Rosy Rosenthal, and Aimee Barrett as Lucille.
The story of Great Gatsby has been adapted and is directed by Alexander Wright, with choreography from Holly Beasley-Garrigan, lighting design by Rachel Sampley, costume design by Heledd Rees, design by Casey Jay Andrews, and sound design by Phil Grainger.
Performances of The Great Gatsby will return to Immersive London from September 16th.