F. Scott Fitzgerald’s modern classic takes you back to the roaring 20s with flapper girls, glitz and Golden Age glamour.
Northern Ballet’s sell-out sensation is back – get ready for the most glamorous party in town.
Mysterious millionaire Jay Gatsby has a penchant for lavish parties and beautiful women. As the sparkling façade of his world begins to slip, the loneliness, obsession and tragedy that lies beneath is revealed in one of Northern Ballet’s most treasured productions.
F. Scott Fitzgerald’s classic American novel is brought to life as dancers glide across the floor in gorgeous Chanel-inspired costumes to a cinematic score by Sir Richard Rodney Bennett CBE (Four Weddings and a Funeral, Murder on the Orient Express) played by a live orchestra. Northern Ballet returns to Sadler’s Wells following their hugely popular performances of Casanova with another sultry tale.
Bursting with passion, style and drama, don’t miss this blockbuster ballet.
[Image description] A golden image of the gilded age – a young white man clad in pale gold trousers and waistcoat lightly throws into the air a smiling white woman wearing a frothy white dress, her golden curls backlit like a halo. They are surrounded by a cloud of tumbling glitter.
Header image © Simon Wachter
Audio Described PerformancesThere are a limited number of Stalls seats reserved for partially sighted patrons, and headsets available for those wishing to listen to the audio description, please email email@example.com if you wish to book these options
Touch TourTo accompany the Audio Described performance, visually impaired patrons can go on a Touch Tour before the performance. Your tour guide will take you backstage, or onto the stage itself, to feel costumes and pieces of the set and learn more about the production. To find out touch tour times, please contact our Ticket Office at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 020 7863 8000.
★★★★ SUNDAY EXPRESS
★★★★ THE STAGE
★★★★ THE TELEGRAPH