Vincent - His Quest to Love and be Loved

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Kwazulu-Natal
Rhumbelow Theatre, D B N
Kwazulu-Natal
Fri, 12 Apr 2024 - Sun, 14 Apr 2024
R220 - R220
Kwazulu-Natal
Rhumbelow Theatre, Northlands
Kwazulu-Natal
Fri, 19 Apr 2024 - Sun, 21 Apr 2024
R220 - R220

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Towards the end of his short life, Vincent Van Gogh, who suffered from mental illness, was treated by Doctor Paul Gachet. Vincent writes to his brother Theo: "A great fire burns within me, but no one stops to warm themselves at it, and passers-by only see a wisp of smoke." The 37-year-old painter died of a self-inflicted wound in 1890. On 15 May 1990, The Portrait of Doctor Gachet was sold, within three minutes, for 82 million dollars.

"The true essence of cabaret-style theatre leaves you wanting more and more as the show goes on." - Devon Koen, THE HERALD

"The show was a wow. People sat there afterwards in a kind of trance-like state". Robyn Cohen, THE CAPE ROBYN

** "Vincent has the heart and soul of a West-End spectacular" TheWeeReview, UK

*** "His performance was flawless and his ability to bring the sad tale to life with compassion and warmth has left a lasting impression" TheatreAndArts, UK

Returning from a triumphant international tour at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival VINCENT, a multimedia pocket musical, (National Arts Festival Bronze Standard Bank Ovation Award 2022, Fleur Du Cap Nomination 2023, OffFest Nomination Edinburgh 2023) tells of a complex man with a ruthless drive to create and a deep-seated desire to love and be loved. The show tells of the artist's search for love, told through reimagined versions of popular musical theatre, pop, rock and jazz numbers.




No under 5

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Kwazulu-Natal
Rhumbelow Theatre, D B N
Kwazulu-Natal
Fri, 12 Apr 2024 - Sun, 14 Apr 2024
R220 - R220
Kwazulu-Natal
Rhumbelow Theatre, Northlands
Kwazulu-Natal
Fri, 19 Apr 2024 - Sun, 21 Apr 2024
R220 - R220

Venue


Towards the end of his short life, Vincent Van Gogh, who suffered from mental illness, was treated by Doctor Paul Gachet. Vincent writes to his brother Theo: "A great fire burns within me, but no one stops to warm themselves at it, and passers-by only see a wisp of smoke." The 37-year-old painter died of a self-inflicted wound in 1890. On 15 May 1990, The Portrait of Doctor Gachet was sold, within three minutes, for 82 million dollars.

"The true essence of cabaret-style theatre leaves you wanting more and more as the show goes on." - Devon Koen, THE HERALD

"The show was a wow. People sat there afterwards in a kind of trance-like state". Robyn Cohen, THE CAPE ROBYN

** "Vincent has the heart and soul of a West-End spectacular" TheWeeReview, UK

*** "His performance was flawless and his ability to bring the sad tale to life with compassion and warmth has left a lasting impression" TheatreAndArts, UK

Returning from a triumphant international tour at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival VINCENT, a multimedia pocket musical, (National Arts Festival Bronze Standard Bank Ovation Award 2022, Fleur Du Cap Nomination 2023, OffFest Nomination Edinburgh 2023) tells of a complex man with a ruthless drive to create and a deep-seated desire to love and be loved. The show tells of the artist's search for love, told through reimagined versions of popular musical theatre, pop, rock and jazz numbers.




No under 5

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