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17th Feb 2013 11:13am | By Editor
While you’re waiting for Baz Luhrmann to stop dicking around and tinkering with his sure-to-be-ace big screen adaptation, get down to unfeasibly cool east London theatre-cum-music-hall Wilton’s for a stonking stage version in which the roaring Twenties of F Scott Fitzgerald’s classic are brought to life.
Best of all, to keep that jazz vibe going, rooms at the front of Wilton’s will be transformed into various places inspired by the book before the show, during the interval and afterwards, so you can really get your flapper on!
Feb 20-Mar 23, 7.30pm, £15+
Wilton’s Music Hall, E1 8JB
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Photos: Michelle Robek
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