The great Gatsby, London

The Great Gatsby Tickets

IMMERSIVE LDN, London
Booking to 7 January 2023
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London’s most successful immersive theatre experience

Welcome back to the roaring twenties! F Scott Fitzgerald’s seminal tale is brought to life in an all-new immersive theatre experience in the heart of London’s West End. As invites go, The Great Gatsby tickets are the hottest ticket in town. A hedonistic world of red hot rhythms, bootleg liquor and pure jazz age self-indulgence awaits.

Dress to the nines and immerse yourself in this heart racing adaption of F Scott Fitzgerald’s seminal tale.

The Great Gatsby Immersive Experience at Immersive LND in Mayfair must end on 7 January 2023 – so book now.

What's the story of The Great Gatsby?

Jay Gatsby invites you to one of his infamous parties. Hosted by the man himself, move to the beat of seminal jazz-age tunes, sip a cocktail and watch the story unfold around you. As invites go, this is the hottest ticket in town. A hedonistic world of red hot rhythms, bootleg liquor and pure jazz age self-indulgence awaits.

Dress to the nines and immerse yourself in this heart racing adaption of F Scott Fitzgerald’s seminal tale.

Who is in the cast of The Great Gatsby?

The cast includes Elliot Liburd (The Third Day: Autumn for Punchdrunk) as ‘Jay Gatsby’, Safeena Ladha (StickMan Live at the Leicester Square Theatre) as ‘Daisy’, Greg Fossard, who joins the cast as ‘Nick Carraway’, Steve McCourt as ‘George Wilson’ and Jessica Hern as ‘Jordan Baker’. Also Euan Wilson will play ‘Tom Buchanan’, Aimee Barrett plays ‘Myrtle Wilson’ and Sophia Lewis plays the role of ‘Lucille’. Harry Pudwell will take the role of ‘Rosy Rosenthal’, and Toby Gordon as ‘Joey’.

Who are the creative team of The Great Gatsby?

The creative team includes Amie Burns Walker and Oliver Tilney as Associate Directors, choreography by Holly Beasley-Garrigan, associate choreography by MJ Lee, design by Casey Jay Andrews, costume design by Heledd Rees, sound design by Phil Grainger and lighting design by Rachel Sampley. The original score was composed and produced by Glen Brown and Tendai Humphrey Sitima, with arrangement and additional composition by David Sims. The original production was created by Holly Beasley-Garrigan, Amie Burns Walker, Hannah Davies, Phil Grainger, Michael Lambourne, Thomas Maller and Oliver Tilney.


Reviews of The Great Gatsby

★★★★★ "The most fun you can have in the West End" - Express
★★★★ "The roaring twenties come to life with sparkle, drama and a large yet intimate party" - Culture Whisper
★★★★ "Get immersed in jazz-age hedonism - the quality of the music and the frenetic explosions of flapper dancing distil the spirit of the book like liquor in a prohibition-era teapot." - Guardian
"It's a fun night out" - Time Out
★★★★  Average review score

Show Information

Performance dates
Booking to 7 January 2023
Age restrictions
Suitable for 14+ Anyone under the age of 18 must be accompanied by an adult over the age of 18. The Great Gatsby will challenge 25 so ID may be required or you may be refused entry.
Running time
2 hours 30 minutes
Performance days
Evenings: Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday
Matinees: Saturday

Performance information is for guidance only. Check booking calendar for details.


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Please note that strobe lighting will be in use during the performance.


Venue Information

IMMERSIVE LDN, 56 Davies Street, London, W1K 5HR
Nearest Tube or Train: Bond St (Central, Jubilee)
Nearest Buses: 7, 98, 159
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The Great Gatsby Immersive show to open in New York
Immersive theatre show The Great Gatsby will makes its US debut in Spring 2023. Immersive Everywhere – led by Olivier Award-winning producers Louis Hartshorn and Brian Hook – announced today, the UK’s longest running immersive theatrical production, The Great Gatsby is New York bound. Adapted and directed by Alexander Wright, The Great Gatsby will open in New York on 8 February 2023 in the city’s newest theatrical venue – the Park Central Hotel, with tickets on sale on 28 November. The London show will continue to play at Gatsby’s Mansion within Immersive|LDN in Mayfair until 7 January 2023. First conceived in 2015 when director Alexander Wright and producer Brian Hook were running The Fleeting Arms - a pop arts and community pub in an abandoned building in York, the show has subsequently run in fourteen other venues worldwide. The Great Gatsby first came to London as part of VAULT Festival in 2017 before moving to Gatsby’s Drugstore in London SE1 and transferring to Gatsby’s Mansion in the West End in 2019. Forced to close in March 2020 by the pandemic, it was one of the first shows to re-open that year under socially distanced conditions before its forced closure in November due to the subsequent lockdown. It reopened in September 2021 back to its original pre-pandemic format, and with the venue at full capacity. Brian Hook said, “The Great Gatsby is finally coming to its spiritual home in New York. Dark, hedonistic, literary and theatrical, this immersive telling of one of the world’s greatest novels brings audiences closer to Jay Gatsby’s opulent world than ever before.” Tickets for The Great Gatsby in London are on sale here.
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The Great Gatsby announces final extension to January 2023
Immersive theatre experience The Great Gatsby has announced its closing season in the West End. The show is extending its run until 7 January 2023 at Gatsby’s Mansion within Immersive LDN, before closing after 5 years - making it the West End's longest ever immersive theatre production. Led by Immersive Everywhere's Louis Hartsorn and Brian Hook, The Great Gatsby is adapted and directed by Alexander Wright and recreates the hedonistic world of F Scott Fitzgerald’s seminal tale, promising red-hot rhythms, bootleg liquor and pure jazz age self-indulgence. The show started out in 2015 in community pub The Fleeting Arms in York before travelling to 14 other venues worldwide. The show launched its London at the VAULT Festival in 2017 before moving to Gatsby’s Drugstore in SE1 and finally Gatsby’s Mansion in Mayfair in 2019. Its current home of Immersive LDN at 56 Davies Street in Mayfair is about to be redeveloped. The building was the former home of the Queen Victoria Rifles, a prominent rifle regiment with a history dating back over two centuries to the Napoleonic era. The Great Gatsby cast Brian Hook said in a statement that: "Gatsby has had a triumphant run over the last seven years and has been enjoyed by hundreds of thousands of audience members who have dressed up, danced and raised good cheer with us. As one of the first shows back from the Pandemic it's done some incredible pathfinding for the sector and is held up as one of the most famous immersive theatre shows in the world, with productions throughout England and Wales, Belgium, Republic of Ireland, South Korea and future shows planned in Adelaide, Paris, Cairo and the jewel in the Crown, New York. it's been a constant source of pride, enjoyment and light. It’s the thing I’m proudest of in my career. Our London venue was always a temporary home and with Grosvenor Estate's Bond Street development comes a natural jumping off point. We would be thrilled to find a new home for the show in good time. We would like to thank the many casts, crews, general management, producers, marketing, ticketing bars and front of house teams that have called Gatsby's Mansion home over the years. We wish our landlords the very best with their development and thank them for standing by our side in the Pandemic.” The cast includes Elliot Liburd (The Third Day: Autumn for Punchdrunk) as ‘Jay Gatsby’, Safeena Ladha (StickMan Live at the Leicester Square Theatre) as ‘Daisy’, Greg Fossard, who joins the cast as ‘Nick Carraway’, Steve McCourt as ‘George Wilson’ and Jessica Hern as ‘Jordan Baker’. Also Euan Wilson will play ‘Tom Buchanan’, Aimee Barrett plays ‘Myrtle Wilson’ and Sophia Lewis plays the role of ‘Lucille’. Harry Pudwell will take the role of ‘Rosy Rosenthal’, and Toby Gordon as ‘Joey’. The creative team includes Amie Burns Walker and Oliver Tilney as Associate Directors, choreography by Holly Beasley-Garrigan, associate choreography by MJ Lee, design by Casey Jay Andrews, costume design by Heledd Rees, sound design by Phil Grainger and lighting design by Rachel Sampley. The original score was composed and produced by Glen Brown and Tendai Humphrey Sitima, with arrangement and additional composition by David Sims. The original production was created by Holly Beasley-Garrigan, Amie Burns Walker, Hannah Davies, Phil Grainger, Michael Lambourne, Thomas Maller and Oliver Tilney. Book tickets to The Great Gatsby at Immersive LND
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Immersive show The Great Gatsby extends booking period to October 2022
London's most successful immersive theatre experience The Great Gatsby has extended its booking period into October 2022. Tickets for the new booking period are now on sale. The Great Gatsby - forced to close in March 2020 by the pandemic - was one of the first shows to re-open that year under socially distanced conditions and with changes to the show to incorporate extra safety measures in October, before its forced closure in November due to the subsequent lockdown. It reopened in September 2021 back to its original pre-pandemic format, and with the venue at full capacity, and continuing to follow all current government guidelines and Covid safety measures. An immersive 1920's style Jazz party at the home of Jay Gatsby, F Scott Fitzgerald’s iconic character from his seminal tale, this immersive adaptation of the The Great Gatsby is London's longest running immersive theatre show. First conceived in 2015 when director Alexander Wright and producer Brian Hook were running The Fleeting Arms - a pop arts and community pub in an abandoned building in York, the show then ran in York in 2016 with a parallel production in Sheffield, and was produced by the Guild of Misrule . The immersive show first came to London as part of VAULT Festival in 2017 and sold out before the show opened. It ran at Gatsby’s Drugstore in London SE1 before moving to its current home Immersive LDN in Mayfair. The London cast features Oliver Towse plays ‘Gatsby’, with Lucinda Turner as ‘Daisy’, Hugh Stubbins as ‘Nick’, Jermaine Dominique as ‘Tom’,Steve McCourt as ‘George Wilson’, Jessica Hern as ‘Jordan’, Aminita Francis as ‘Myrtle Wilson’, Alex Wingfield as ‘Rosy Rosenthal’, Aimee Barrett as ‘Lucille’ and Greg Fossard as ‘Joey’. The Great Gatsby is booking until 30 October 2022 at Immersive LDN.
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‘The Great Gatsby’ Immersive experience to reopen this October with social distancing
London's most successful immersive theatre experience 'The Great Gatsby' plans to re-open this coming October with social distancing measures in place. Actors and audiences will wear face coverings throughout the show, which has been reimagined as a 1920s masquerade ball. Audience capacity will be significantly reduced in order to facilitate social distancing and to allow audiences coming as individuals or in household groups to move around during the performance and keep a safe distance from others throughout. The show’s content has also been altered to avoid any performance deemed high risk. Temperature checks will take place upon arrival, the show’s central London venue will be deep cleaned before and after every performance, bar equipment sterilised, and hand sanitiser will be available throughout, producers said. The Covid-secure measures have been developed following conversations with local authorities and unions. Producers Louis Hartshorn and Brian Hook said “We want to offer something for people to look forward to following this extended lockdown. Our show has several inherent features that make it safer than a trip to the supermarket, so we’re embracing that and innovating. Hopefully we can provide a blueprint for other productions to open safely and be part of the process of restoring employment and the economy of the creative industries. The Great Gatsby will reopen on 1 October 2020 at Immersive LDN.
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First look: ‘The Great Gatsby’ Immersive London
New production images have been released of 'The Great Gatsby' which is now playing in the heart of London's West End. Following its transfer to new venue, Immersive LDN in Davies Street London W1, audience members may now opt for a bespoke fine dining experience designed by Immersive LDN catering partners Flavourology. Jenny McNeill, food director of Flavourology “We are so excited for audiences to enter Jay Gatsby’s dining room and be enthralled by a menu referencing this literary classic. Hosted by Gatsby’s faithful butler, we will bring you dishes inspired by the places Jay and Daisy met and lived, truths or fables from Gatsby’s past, and ingredients popular in the roaring 1920s.” London's longest running immersive theatre show allows audiences to fully immerse themselves into the world of Jay Gatsby and the glamour of the Roaring ‘20s. With cocktails, dancing and scandal, this heart-racing adaptation of the seminal jazz-age story puts the audience at the heart of the action. Directed and adapted by Alexander Wright, the cast features Oliver Towse as ‘Gatsby’, Lucinda Turner as ‘Daisy’, James Lawrence as ‘Nick’, Prince Plockey as ‘Tom’, Humphrey Sitima as ‘George’, Jessica Hern as ‘Jordan’, Hannah Edwards as ‘Myrtle’, Charlie Cassen as ‘Rosy Rosenthal’, Lizzie Grace as ‘Lucille’ and Louis Sparks as ‘Joey’. The Great Gatsby is currently booking until 31 May 2020 at Immersive LDN. Photos by: Helen Maybanks and Sam Taylor.

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