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GATZ - John Collins in conversation with Robert McCrum

Saturday 30th June 2012 11am - 12 Noon 107 Charing Cross Road Literary Event, Free Event

Gatz, the show that took New York by storm, is coming to London. An eight-hour theatrical enactment of F. Scott Fitzgerald's The Great Gatsby, it was described by The New York Times critic Ben Brantley as 'the most remarkable achievement in theatre not only of this year but also of this decade'. John Collins, artistic director of the production, along with a lead actor from the show, will be in conversation with Robert McCrum, the Associate Editor of The Observer at this exclusive London event.

A complimentary coffee or tea and a croissant will be available from the Cafe on the first floor from 10.30 am.

Venue: Gallery at Foyles
Tickets: Free, but need to be reserved by adding the required number to the basket below or by emailing events@foyles.co.uk.
Please note that no physical tickets will be issued: the email confirmation you receive is proof of your booking.


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