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Stratton Oakmont, London2.511 reviews
Introducing The Wolf of Wall Street, now a fully immersive theatre experience!

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The Wolf of Wall Street interactive stage play tickets now on sale!

Following overwhelming success with the immersive Great Gatsby London theatre experience, provocative memoir The Wolf of Wall Street by Jordan Belfort is now a full-blown immersive theatre experience, which is now open at the fictional Stratton Oakmont venue near the Hackney Buildings. The show will be adapted and directed by Alexander Wright, who is also behind the immersive production of The Great Gatsby.

2013 was a big year for Leonardo DiCaprio and for entertainment. In addition to starring in The Great Gatsby, he also portrayed Jordan Belfort in the film adaptation of The Wolf of Wall Street that same year alongside his Australian co-star, Margot Robbie (Harley Quinn in Suicide Squad). Now once again following in The Great Gatsby's footsteps, the Leo DiCaprio film The Wolf of Wall Street, which received 82 major film award nominations including five Academy Awards, is coming to Theatreland for an unforgettable interactive experience that you won't want to miss.

What to expect from The Wolf of Wall Street immersive experience?

The razzle-dazzle and glamourous interactive experience will run over four storeys at a yet-to-be-named venue and will feature muscle cars, business trader schemes, and the many vibes of 1990s' New York City. The show will include various bars and restaurants and audiences will have the choice to either trade with the wolf himself, Jordan Belfort, or work for the FBI to take him down. This unique gimmick ensures you'll get a different experience should you choose to attend more than once. 

What is The Wolf of Wall Street about?

The Wolf of Wall Street tells the story of Jordan Belfort's time a successful stockbroker in the 1990s. After getting sucked into the stockbroker culture filled with drugs and casual sex, he quickly learns that to be a stockbroker, he should only be in it for himself. After having his career terminated, he seeks a job as a penny stock salesman at a Long Island boiler room brokerage firm. He soon earns a small fortune off of high commissions thanks to his aggressive pitching style. He later starts his own company in a pump and dump scheme that soon has the FBI hot on their trail.

Who is starring in the immersive Wolf of Wall Street show?

The cast for The Wolf of Wall Street in London was recently announced. Set to star in the new immersive experience will be Oliver Tilney as the big bad wolf Jordan Belfort, Rhiannon Harper-Rafferty as Nadine, and James Bryant as Danny.

The full London theatre cast of The Wolf of Wall Street is completed by  Alan Devally, Andrew MacbeanCaroline ColomeiCharlotte Brown, Fia Houston HamiltonGail SixsmithIvy Corbin, Jack MatthewNaail IshaqOlivia MarcusRazak OsmanSam Donnelly, and Samuel Hunt. 

How "immersive" is The Wolf of Wall Steet, exactly?

As audience members participating in this experience, you will also occasionally be a part of the cast and are welcome to participate as much or as little as you like. It's your evening and you're the architects of your own entertainment. Nobody will mind if you choose to sit on the sidelines. The FBI love agents who can manage to stay undercover. Be free and have fun with it!


Additional Information

Age restriction

This production is strictly 18+.

Running time

To be confirmed.

Performance dates

5 September 2019 - 19 January 2020

Content

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 notes

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.

Access

Regrettably, the venue is not wheelchair accessible

Venue Information

Stratton OakmontHackney Buildings: 5-15 Sun Street, London, EC2M 2PT.

Customer Reviews

11 reviews2.5

Kristi16th October

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 Moore13th October

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.

Vladislav Strijder13th October

Great experience.

Tristan Blampied12th October

It’s different, be prepared to expect something unusual and make the effort to get in to it if you want to get the most out

Hannah Elliott12th October

Compared to other immersive experiences this was poor - not enough audience involvement. Group too big. Too much walking up and down stairs rather than watching things. The story got muddled.

Mr Matthew E Boylan6th October

Ended half way through, I deserve to get my money back tbh, poor

Stan Fung6th October

Disappointingly the show was cancelled by the half time interval due to “technical difficulties”, although we understand there may have been an activation of a panic alarm. The announcement was made through a speaker and we were invited to stay to pay for more overpriced drinks at their bars without even an offer of a consolatory beverage which added to the disappointment. The show started a little awkward, logistics were a nightmare because staggered groups of audiences were being ushered around from scene to scene felt like the producers were trying to capitalise from cramming as many punters as possible each evening, scenes were interrupted by crowd noises from other rooms and some rooms were unacceptably hot. Some of the performers were very impressive, entertaining and lifted the spirits towards the end of the first half following other awkward attempts of crowd participation at the beginning, shame the whole show was cancelled just as we were starting to get into it. We have requested for a full refund to be made.

Joseph Coward and Laura Quick6th October

Very poor - they cancelled the second half

Douglas Rogers29th September

Highly entertaining. I did not know what to expect. I was enthralled by being able to interact with the actors like I was in the action with them. My first experience of immersive theatre and so glad I went.

Daniel Ranns20th September

£70 to walk around a building site for 2 hours and pay £5 for a 330ml can of lager. Dreadful experience

Jose A Sierra20th September

This was very bad. Complete waste of time and money. The individual actors were ok and trying to make the best of a poorly planned story. However, the overall story was disorganised, incomplete, and poorly communicated. Actors changed and broke character constantly while trying to sell you drinks. There were awkward pauses where two actors failed to reach the same location at the same time and the audience had to wait for over 15 minutes with one actor trying desperately to stretch for time. It looked like something some mates would put together for school. Not worth anyone's time or money.