Gatsby at the Old Vic in Bristol 2:30pm

THEATRE – Built in 1766 as a place where the people of Bristol could come together, Bristol Old Vic is the oldest continuously working theatre in the English speaking world.

The theatre has recently undergone a multi-million pound redevelopment that boasts a brand new Studio Theatre, relaxing and fully-accessible front of house space, with a bar and kitchen, alongside a new interactive heritage offering – opening up the 250-year-old history of this unique building for us to explore. The heritage space is situated upstairs in the theatre, but don’t worry there is a lift!
There are plenty of places to eat close to the theatre, but I highly recommend spending time exploring all of the work they have done as part of the redevelopment at the theatre.

GATSBY – In a post-war world of opportunity, ruthlessness and corruption, Gatsby gambles it all for a shot at the American dream. But when that dream is a commodity like any other, who really profits and who is forced to pay the price?

As the US votes on its next president, this radical reimagining of Scott Fitzgerald’s literary classic takes us back to the moment when the power structures of today took root.

Timings: Leave Leominster 9:00am., Hereford 9:30am., Ross 10:00am. Depart 5:00pm, travel back to Ross 6:30pm, Hereford 7:00pm and Leominster 7:30pm.

Costs: Travel & seats in the Dress Circle (Row A & B) or Stalls (Row D & E)  £49.00 per person

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