CONTENT WARNING (may contain spoilers) can be found on ADC website
‘When light and dark converge, it is an act of creation…’
It’s the mid-19th century and Europe is being transformed by political and cultural revolution. In the midst of all this change, Johanna Van Gogh Bonger is left a widow with an incredible inheritance: 400 unsold paintings, a one year old baby, and a desire to change the world.
This play follows the incredible true story of the woman who single-handedly ensured Vincent Van Gogh’s success. An exploration of grief, desire, guilt and duty, it sheds light on the woman behind the artist.
This production is recommended for ages 12 and over.