See it if you love immersive experience
Don't see it if you hate being dragged around
See it if You like immersive theatre and getting involved
Don't see it if You want to see every bit of the show, some scenes can be missed while in other rooms
See it if you have a gotta-catch-em-all mentality towards site-specific theater.
Don't see it if you want to see a de facto Great Gatsby.
See it if this isn't a conventional show, there's no stage and audience, everyone is mingled, walking room to room, witnessing everything first hand
Don't see it if probably with kids, or if you don't want to be involved in the play
See it if you want to try something different to the usual seated performance.
Don't see it if you don't like immersive experiences.
See it if You enjoyed the book and like immersive theatre
Don't see it if You would rather watch the play unfold on a stage and aren't a fan of dressing up.
See it if You enjoy the book and want a more engaging, different play experience. Actors stay in character throughout and the different rooms was fun
Don't see it if You didn't like the book, or don't want to get involved in the immersive experience. You may have to be part of the show
See it if you enjoy immersive theatre and like to get involved b with a show to uncover parts of the plot.
Don't see it if you don’t like not seeing the whole story. It’s impossible to be part of every story line so you could go multiple times.
London’s longest-running immersive theatre show is a fun night out, but not a lot more than that...really, it’s no more articulate an adaptation than that gif of Leonardo DiCaprio toasting the camera.'
The return of the hit show is a tonic, but a restricted 'immersive' experience rather hampers the fun...As soon as the show can be restored to full ambulatory glory, I’ll be back like a shot.'
A revitalised, socially distanced version of the F Scott Fitzgerald novel keeps the jazz age alive with song, dance and spectacle.'
Revelry and intrigue that leaves you wanting more...in its idiosyncratic way this stylishly inventive entertainment remains true to the spirit of F Scott Fitzgerald’s vision...'
A warm and electric tribute to the book...It's a true achievement to feel the chemistry of a cast whirring into action again.'
Everything you’d expect from a show set in the 1920s is there: the Charleston, the bob hair cuts, the constant talk about motor cars. But it’s missing the exorbitant lavishness that you get from the original.'