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You are invited to the most glamorous party in town.

Lose yourself in the decadence of 1920s New York. Northern Ballet’s sell-out sensation The Great Gatsby is back.

Elegance and flair from top to toe
The Stage
‘Brimming with passion’
Sunday Mirror
‘Nixon's choreography really flies’
The Guardian
The Telegraph
Yorkshire Post

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 FuneralMurder on the Orient Express).

Bursting with passion, style and drama, don’t miss this blockbuster ballet.

Running time 2 hours 16 minutes (approximately)

Abigail Prudames as Myrtle, wearing a bright orange dress, dances with her character's husband - the mechanic George played by Matthew Topliss. Photo Emma Kauldhar
Northern Ballet dancer Riku Ito jumping impossibly high during the Charleston in The Great Gatsby. Photo Emma Kaudlahr.
Northern Ballet dancers in The Great Gatsby. Photo Emma Kauldhar.
Javier Torres and Dominique Larose in The Great Gatsby. Photo Emma Kauldhar
Pippa Moore as Jordan with Kevin Poeung as Nick in The Great Gatsby. Photo Emma Kauldhar.