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    Important information

    Child policy
    This production is strictly 18+.
    Running time
    To be confirmed.
    Performance dates
    5 September 2019 - 19 January 2020
    There will be triggering content depicting sexual and family violence and drug use. The production makes use of strobes, flashing lights and loud music.
    Special notice
    The production is strictly 18+ due to the content. ID will be required on entry and anyone unable to provide proof of age may be turned away.
    Regrettably, the venue is not wheelchair accessible

    The Wolf of Wall Street Customer Reviews

    2 / 5 (11 customer reviews)


    16 October 19

    It was my first experience with play like this, so cannot really compare with anything, but here is my feedback: 1. We arrived 30 min prior the start as email confirmation said to collect tickets no later than 30min before the start. When we arrived there was no box office as such. Manage to grab one of the employees taking rubbish out who said to come back in 10min instead letting us in slightly earlier as it was pouring down rain... when we arrived queue was long and we ended up waiting nearly 10min in rain... 2. Once in we were directed to bars.. Omg! Again massive long queues! 3.Play was sort of okay, rather all over the place. We were told to follow actors etc but our group of 6 got completely separated and by sound of it we all missed some parts of the play... 4. It was Sooo hot everywhere! Poor actors... So based on this play I probably would not fork out £70 again... Especially as my friends told me that Great Gatsby was amazing... So before you buy tickets, read reviews!

    Teresa Moore

    13 October 19

    The show is housed in an old building/house. You are moved between rooms depending on which set you are in. The audience are split in to two groups and the cast switch between you. The actors were very energetic and extremely amusing. The entertainment is helped by audience participation, albeit this is only small and you weren’t forced to do anything you didn’t want to do. I would suggest that if you haven’t seen the film recently then it is s good idea to watch it again before you attend. Thoroughly enjoyable afternoon.

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