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The Great Gatsby

Gate Theatre, Thursday 15th November - Saturday 16th February 2019

Jay Gatsby is throwing another glittering party at the Gate, and you are invited… Following a critically acclaimed, award-winning and sell-out run in 2017, this stunning, immersive experience returns for a limited season.

Building on the Gate tradition of ‘page to stage', this production gives the legendary 1920's jazz age story a whole new spin, offering a portal into Fitzgerald's novel. The theatre will be opened up once more and transformed into the Gatsby Mansion with all its decadent opulence and atmosphere. The seats will be removed from the auditorium and audiences will have access to the stage and backstage areas, the Green Room, hospitality room and the Studio space, allowing them to experience one of Gatsby's unique and legendary parties, with a bar in full swing.

For those who missed it last time, and for those who can't wait to do it all again, 1920's style is encouraged and dancing shoes are mandatory!

Booking Information
Matinees: Sat, 2.30pm | Sun, 4.00pm
Evenings: Tue – Sat, 7.30pm


Date:
Thursday 15th November - Saturday 16th February 2019
Time:
2.30pm | 4.00pm | 7.30pm
Price:
€35 - €55
Address:
Gate Theatre, Cavendish Row, Rotunda, Dublin 1, Ireland

Google Map of Gate Theatre, Cavendish Row, Rotunda, Dublin 1, Ireland

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