Fancy stepping inside some of famous painter Van Gogh’s most notable works of art? Well, at this new exhibition coming to Yorkshire you can enjoy an experience like no other at Van Gogh Alive exhibition next month.
The world’s most visited immersive experience that has dazzled over 8.5 million visitors across 80 cities worldwide is coming to the City of Culture 2025, Bradford after a sell-out run in Edinburgh, Manchester, and London.
The multi-sensory experience will be taking up residence in Bradford’s Grade II listed Regency Hall where visitors can enjoy the iconic works of art by Van Gogh like never before.
The event will run from October 13th until January 8th next year – so make sure you get a date set in your diary to visit.
Visits will be immersed in the life and work of Vincent van Gogh with over 3,000 images of his lifetime including classics such as Starry Night, Sunflowers and lesser-known paintings that were inspired by his love of Japanese woodprints.
Shanaz Gulzar, Creative director of Bradford 2025, praised the Van Gogh experience coming to Bradford saying: “Bradford hosting the Yorkshire premiere of Van Gogh Alive on the back of the district winning UK City of Culture 2025 is proof of the impact that the title has – helping us to attract even more national and internationally acclaimed cultural events.
“Bringing to life our wonderful heritage spaces in unexpected and exciting ways was also a major part of our bid campaign, so to have this stunning, digital exhibition hosted in one of our beautiful, listed buildings also chimes with our UK City of Culture aspirations.
“We look forward to welcoming Van Gogh’s work to the home of Hockey – another of the world’s most celebrated ‘colourist’ painters.
“Hockney is an artist who has embraced digital technology – so it seems fitting for Van Gogh’s work to be showcased here in this way.”
Raj Parmar of Regency Hall Yorkshire, said: “I am truly excited that the Van Gogh Alive experience is not only coming to Bradford, but that Regency Hall is host venue. It is an amazing opportunity for visitors to immerse themselves in the works of one of the most famous figures in art.
“I look forward to working with the team on this and other projects as we work towards Bradford’s UK City of Culture in 2025.”
Fancy getting your hands on some tickets? Then head over to the website here and get yours. Adults can get in for £21 and £16 for concession with children under five getting in for free.
Tickets sell out fast, so don’t waste any time getting yours via the vangoghaliveuk.com website.