Gatz to deliver every word of The Great Gatsby on West End stage
F Scott Fitzgerald novel in eight hours – play comes to London after sellout runs and ecstatic reviews around the world
An eight-hour long play looks set to become one of the most talked-about theatrical events of the year when it comes to London's West End in June. Gatz sees a cast of 13 perform every word of F Scott Fitzgerald's The Great Gatsby – a premise that sounds indigestible on paper yet has performed around the world to sellout audiences and ecstatic reviews.
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