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What if the two greatest artists of their time had met?

Vincent died in 1890, John died in 1980, both of gunshot wounds to the chest.

Vincent van Gogh was a nineteenth-century Dutch Post-Impressionist painter who is among the most famous and influential figures in the history of Western art.

John Lennon was an English singer, songwriter, musician and peace activist who gained worldwide
fame with The Beatles. 

Five years before their deaths both men went through profound change.

Is art more important than life? Which endures? And what has more value, contentment or legacy?

With the clock ticking and with each man straining for something, is there a way forward for either of these two passionate, unpredictable, temperamental and volatile artists? This play takes place at their exact moment of crisis and decision, a spiralling shout of life, hate, love, death, art and legacy.

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