Van Gogh Alive – Bradford (Yorkshire premiere)

This autumn, Bradford’s Grade II listed heritage events space, Regency Hall, will host the Yorkshire premiere of Van Gogh Alive, ‘the world’s most visited immersive, multi-sensory experience’ that exhibits the life and work of the seminal Dutch artist. Having welcomed…

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This autumn, Bradford’s Grade II listed heritage events space, Regency Hall, will host the Yorkshire premiere of Van Gogh Alive, ‘the world’s most visited immersive, multi-sensory experience’ that exhibits the life and work of the seminal Dutch artist.

Having welcomed over 8.5 million visitors in 80 cities around the world including its most recent sell-out runs in Edinburgh, Manchester and London, Van Gogh Alive, the immersive Van Gogh experience created by Grande Experiences, promises to be one of the highlights of Yorkshire’s autumn’s event calendar when it opens its doors in Bradford from 13th October 2022 to 8th January 2023. 

Van Gogh Alive, which The Sunday Times has called “glorious, stunning, but also very moving”, allows visitors to experience the artist like never before. Visitors will be treated to a truly world-class cultural experience in the heart of Bradford which was recently crowned UK City of Culture 2025.

This blockbuster multi-sensory experience completely immerses them in the life and work of Vincent van Gogh as they travel through periods of his life that defined him as an artist. Experience over 3,000 images from the artist that are spectacularly presented with stunning detail, including iconic works like Starry Night, Sunflowers and lesser-known paintings that were inspired by his love of Japanese woodprints. 

State-of-the-art SENSORY4™ immersive gallery technology immaculately displays Van Gogh’s work in a kaleidoscope of colour. Set to an evocative classical score that is delivered via a high-fidelity 3D sound system, this combination of sound, visuals and aromas of Provence will give visitors the sensation of walking right into his paintings as if they are living and breathing.

Tickets start from £16.00 for concessions and Under 5’s go free.

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