Zelda Sayre is the belle of Alabama, the outrageous good-time girl who captures the heart and imagination of novelist F. Scott Fitzgerald. Their life together is one great party, from the madness of Jazz Age New York to the gin-soaked glamour of the Riviera. Then Zelda takes up writing herself - and more than her marriage begins to crack up.
Based on Ché Walker's site-specific production in the Charing Cross Hotel (2011 OffWestEnd Award finalist, Best Female Performer, Kelly Burke), Zelda makes her West End debut at Trafalgar Studio 2. With The Great Gatsby all over London and the reemergence of the dropped waistline, there is no better time to celebrate the brilliant, intoxicating woman who started it all...
'Vivid and fascinating'
'Truly stunning... a beautiful play to watch'
British Theatre Guide
By Kelly Burke
From the writings of Zelda Fitzgerald
Directed by Robert F. Gross