About this event
Cost £15 (£12 conc)
Tel020 7261 9876
F. Scott Fitzgerald, author of The Great Gatsby, comes out of
copyright, Spilt Milk Theatre premieres this charming new play filled
with beauty and ruin, which explores the relationship between
Fitzgerald and his astonishing wife, Zelda.

Zelda Fitzgerald, the captivating wife and muse of F. Scott
Fitzgerald, struggles to find her artistic identity in the shadow of
her husband's success. As Zelda's behaviour becomes more erratic and
Scott's drinking becomes more destructive this play follows their
tumultuous relationship through its literary triumphs and personal
tragedies. Exploring the love that both nourishes and destroys them,
we find fiction blurred with reality through the hazy decadence of
their lives. Join Spilt Milk Theatre and re-visit the roaring 20's, an
era when nothing was done in moderation.

Tuesday 4th - Saturday 29th September (Tuesdays - Saturdays weekly)

7.30pm each evening last approximately 2 ½ hrs including interval

Tickets: £15 (£12 conc)
Box Office 020 7261 9876 or purchased via www.ticketsource.co.uk/uniontheatre

Spilt Milk Theatre www.spiltmilktheatre.com
Official Review by Eleni Young, read now
People involved
Karen Burton
Lorraine / Secretary / Attendant
Will Harrison-Wallace
Max Perkins / Frenchman
Francis Moore
F Scott Fitzgerald

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