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Until Sat 9th Feb

Vincent In Brixton By Nicholas Wright

@ Medway Little Theatre, Rochester

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Vincent In Brixton By Nicholas Wright

Directed by Mark Kitchener

Vincent in Brixton was winner of the 2003 Olivier Award for best new play. This great play wrenches home the destructive qualities of both love and art and the sacrifices made by those who create it.

The year is 1873. A young art dealer called Vincent Van Gogh arrives at 87 Hackford Road in Brixton looking for a room and looking for love. As Vincent settles in to his new lodging he finds himself inexplicably drawn to his grieving landlady Ursula with whom he starts a turbulent, secret relationship that will change his life forever.
Set in a working, authentic kitchen the smells, sights and sounds of life in 87Hackford Road are brought vividly to life, immersing the audience in a truly extraordinary theatrical experience. Beginning as a straightforward love story, as the allusions between life at 87 Hackford Road and art intensify, the play turns this into a tragic parable about the ruthless flame of art consuming all in its path.

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Venue Facts

Venue: Medway Little Theatre


Address:
256 High Street
Rochester
ME1 1HY 51.384686, 0.509717


Medway Little Theatre map


Website: mlt.org.uk

Phone: 01634 400322


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