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The Great Gatsby


"The honour would be entirely mine if you would attend my little party." 

It’s the roaring twenties – an era of bootleg liquor, red hot jazz and hedonistic pleasures. Jay Gatsby has invited you to one of his infamous parties and that's not an invite you want to turn down. 

Step into a heart-racing immersive adaptation of F Scott Fitzgerald’s seminal jazz-age novel which puts you in the heart of the action. Slip on your dancing shoes and watch the story unfold around you in this unique theatrical performance.

The cocktails are flowing, the music is playing, the party is in full swing and there's the chance of more than a little scandal.
Immerse yourself in one of the greatest stories of the 20th Century. 

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No refunds or exchanges after purchase.


2hr (including interval)

Good To Know

Recommended for ages 15 and above.
Children under 15 must be accompanied by an adult.

How Does It Work

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What Should I Expect

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.

When Can I Go

Weds-Sat 7:30pm, Sat at 3pm & Sun at 6pm. Booking until 29 July 2018

Where Do I Go

Gatsby's Drugstore, 84 Long Lane, London, SE1 4AU

Gatsby's Drugstore

Latest customer reviews

  • Amazing

    25 February 2018

    If you want to immerse yourself in a unique theatrical experience get your self a ticket to this show! A highly talented cast of actors who took the audience on a roller coaster journey as party guests of Mr Gatsby . All characters completely convincing .The audience are cleverly integrated to great effect throughout the performance either as entourage to individual characters or to witness more intimate moments of high drama away from the main performance area. Go and see this incredible production and dress up in your best 1920s party gear ! However this is not for anyone who wants posh toilets or pre ordered interval drinks in the theatre bar . It's about brilliant storytelling and a truly unique theatre experience which we loved !!

    KERRY Confirmed ticket purchaser

  • Great Gatsby - brilliant experience

    19 February 2018

    A must- see if you are curious about a new kind of theatre experience where you become extras in the play! From the first step inside, we were drawn into the 1920s New York world of Gatsby. Others, like us, had dressed up for the era - flapper dresses, boas, suits and hats - impressive! Actors engaged the audience in sharing the story in words, actions, dance and songs by moving from party scene to intimate drawing room to bar to balcony - exciting and fun. Highly rcommended!

    Lizzyanne Confirmed ticket purchaser

  • Briliant

    11 February 2018

    It’s quite interesting!This is the first time that I enjoy the story via joining the life of all the roles in that story.You speak with them, dance with them and party with them!

    Qian Confirmed ticket purchaser

  • Incredible Immersive Theatre

    4 February 2018

    My sister and I went as her Christmas present (knowing her love of Gatsby). It was my first experience of immersive theatre, and I was warned before we went in that it wouldn't be like anything I had ever experienced. We were blown away by the environment, the ensemble cast (Rosy in particular who greeted us on entry and then always seemed to pop up near us at various times!). The whole show was incredible. We ended up in a few alcoves over the course of the evening, which left me with the frustration of wanting to know what was going on elsewhere. It was dazzling, full of jazz and liquor, and the dancing was such a lot of fun. We are eager to come back and see the show from a different angle (and trying to follow another storyline).

    Becky Confirmed ticket purchaser

Latest critic reviews

  • "F Scott Fitzgerald’s novel comes to life in the Guild of Misrule’s fancy-dress interpretation, though you may be too busy playing spin the bottle to hear the whole story"

    The Guardian