Wright's Vincent in Brixton Set to Return to West End

News   Wright's Vincent in Brixton Set to Return to West End
Nicholas Wright's award-winning play, Vincent in Brixton, a fictional exploration of the young Vincent Van Gogh's real-life visit to, and residence in, South London, is to return to the West End following a very successful run on Broadway.

Wright's play began life at the National Theatre (in the Cottesloe), moved to Wyndham's and then on to New York. The play will be staged at the Playhouse, now owned by American producers, the Tulchin brothers.

Vincent in Brixton, which was also filmed for television, is directed by the National Theatre's former artistic director, Sir Richard Eyre. The production will begin previews July 8 and open on July 10. Casting is to be confirmed shortly, says the play's press representative.

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