February 20, 2013, 8:08 am -- /EPR NETWORK/ -- Peter Joucla's lauded adaptation of F. Scott Fitzgerald's classic returns to the East End of London for a six week run and looks certain to be one of the hottest tickets in town. An enormous success last May when the show made its debut, this year promises to be even more of an experience in the glorious setting of the newly re-opened Wilton's Music Hall.
Wilton's Music Hall was a 19 th century masterpiece of a building, filled with light, crystals and flaming gas jets. After nearly fifty years unused, the Hall has come back to life and will welcome the Gatsby himself to raise the curtain on a new era.
Guests will be encouraged to dress up in their finest 20s regalia for a show that immerses you in the glitz of Fitzgerald's masterpiece. The wonderful performances, mixed with the unique Ė and still somewhat rundown Ė charm of Wilton's Music Hall will come together to create a truly memorable night, not to mention a new found appreciation for jazz and the styles of the Prohibition era.
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Or if you want something that would have met even the opulent standards of F. Scott Fitzgerald's famous hero, why not enjoy the Grange Tower Bridge Hotel, at less than half price for £129 a night. What better place to rest those weary dancing feet? http://www.londontown.com/