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Gatsby characters

Who's who in the world of The Great Gatsby...

Jay Gatsby. Photo Bill Cooper.

Jay Gatsby

The host of many glamorous parties, Gatsby leads an extravagant lifestyle in his West Egg mansion, all in the hope of proving himself worthy of his first true love, Daisy Fay, who he fell in love with when he was a young Officer.

Daisy Buchanan. Photo Bill Cooper.

Daisy Buchanan

Daisy lives across the bay from Gatsby in East Egg and is unhappily married to Tom Buchanan. She delights in seeing the man Gatsby has become, reliving her affection for him. Confused about her feelings towards Tom and Gatsby, she flees into the night in Gatsby’s yellow car with devastating consequences.

Nick Carraway

A bondsman starting his new job in New York City and the cousin of Daisy Buchanan. He moves into the cottage next door to Gatsby’s mansion and helps reunite Gatsby with his cousin.

Jordan Baker

A young professional golfer and Daisy's best friend. After meeting Nick Carraway at the Buchanan’s home, she begins a romantic relationship with him.

Tom Buchanan

Married to Daisy but having an affair with Myrtle Wilson. Tom grows suspicious of Gatsby and the lavish parties he throws, as well as his feelings towards Daisy. This leads him to confront Gatsby.

Myrtle Wilson

Tom Buchanan's mistress who lives above her husband's (George Wilson's) garage in the Valley of Ashes, a dumping ground between West Egg and New York City.

George Wilson

Myrtle's husband who suspects her of having an affair. He decides to take his wife away from the Valley of Ashes, and her lover, against her will but she runs out into the night straight into the headlights of a familiar car.

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Photos Bill Cooper & Matthew Dickens.

Touring to

This production is not currently on tour. Take a look at our national tour listings to see what we're performing and where.

Previously toured to...

Norwich, Theatre Royal
to
01603 630 000
London, Sadler's Wells
to
0844 412 4300
Bradford, Alhambra Theatre
to
01274 432 000
Canterbury, Marlowe Theatre
to
01227 787787
Nottingham, Theatre Royal
to
0115 989 5555
Woking, New Victoria Theatre
to
0844 871 7645
London, Sadler's Wells
to
0844 412 4300
Norwich, Theatre Royal
to
01603 630 000
Cardiff, New Theatre
to
029 2087 8889
Milton Keynes Theatre
to
0844 871 7652
Belfast, Grand Opera House
to
028 9024 1919
Hull New Theatre
to
01482 300 300
Edinburgh, Festival Theatre
to
0131 529 6000
Sheffield, Lyceum Theatre
to
0114 249 6000
Leeds, Grand Theatre
to
0844 848 2700

This table displays past performances of this production.