Love, loss, legacy - twisted truths, and little-white-lies. In a life immortalised in fiction, F. Scott & Zelda Fitzgerald roared through the Jazz Age where dresses were shorter and liquor flowed longer. But what happened when the party was over?

Scott & Zelda were the epitome of the Roaring Twenties, famous for their elaborate lifestyle, unforgettable outbursts and all-consuming love.  But was Zelda the manic and destructive force that the critics portrayed? Could their lives ever live up to the glamour of Gatsby? 

Winner of the National Student Drama Festival Sunday Times’ Playwright Commendation 2014.

This show was supported whilst White Slate were the University of Kent Graduate Theatre Company 2013-15.


"A shot of magic!"

What’s On Live


“White Slate will be mentioned much in the future”

Fringe Review


“Lasting fascination”

The Stage

“A whirlwind of emotion”

British Theatre Guide