We’ve spoken about the Belgian production of The Great Gatsby immersive theater before (our review here). For those who missed it, you get another chance! Starting this Tuesday, the show returns to Gatsby’s summer residence in Knokke-Heist, Belgium.
That’s right, the premise is that Jay Gatsby sold his mansion in Brussels and traded it for a lovely home on the Belgian coast. What better setting for a summer run than the seaside?
If you are looking to spend an evening in interactive Jazz Age splendor, definitely check it out.
The Great Gatsby Belgium, an immersive play, has premièred at a secret location. Currently running in Dutch and French, soon the London cast will travel down to Brussels to perform the original English version here as well.
As we mentioned in our preview of the show, The Great Gatsby is nothing like you’re used to. People aren’t taking their seats in a theater and watching what happens on the stage. Here you are literally part of the play. Actors will interact with you, you might be asked to follow them into another room, alone or with a small group of people. You might become the focal point of a scene.
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After more than three years of overwhelming success, The Great Gatsby, the immersive musical theater, is coming from London’s West End (where it is still running in the London Bridge area) to Belgium.
Starting this March, and running into May, shows will be held in Dutch, French and English in a secret location in the heart of Brussels.
Never Was was lucky enough to attend the press conference introducing the principal Dutch- and French-speaking cast. Because the Jazz Age is bread and butter to many dieselpunks, this piece will tell you more about this unique show.
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