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Wretch 32 at Tate Britain to Launch New Late at Tate Series

What happens if you combine an iconic art venue with Wretch 32? A brand new series of Late at Tate!

Late at Tate, which happens on the first Friday of every month, is THE programme for young and diverse audiences held at the iconic Tate Britain and has featured music, film, fashion and live performances.

Speaking on his appearance on Late at Tate, Wretch 32 said: “Late at Tate is a great opportunity for young people to connect with art forms they might not otherwise explore. I’m really happy to be part of Speculate, working with Tate on this unique film project has been a great experience.”

Not only will you have the chance to meet the rapper, Tate Britain will also preview an exclusive film featuring Wretch 32!

'When I See You I See Me' is a stunning monologue film, where he questions the meaning of the modern day superstar, paving his journey from his Tottenham neighborhood to the Duveens inside Tate Britain. The evening will also see Wretch 32 in conversation with the film's director Rohan Blair-Mangat.

A new Late at Tate Britain series has been curated by 15-24 year olds as part of Circuit, a national programme connecting young people to the arts in galleries and museums, led by Tate and funded by the Paul Hamlyn Foundation.

Please note Late at Tate is a FREE, drop-in event. Spaces will be available on a first come, first served basis.

We are looking forward to seeing you there!

Event Info: Late at Tate: Speculate

Question with guest Wretch 32
Date: Friday, 10th April
Time: 6pm – 10pm
Location: Tate Britain Milbank, London SW1P 4RG

Disrupt
Date: Friday, 1st May
Time: 6pm – 10pm

Transform
Date: Friday 5th June
Time: 6pm – 10pm

For more information follow the link HERE.

“The new Late at Tate series will combine a vibrant mix of music, workshops, talks and live performance, all drawing inspiration from the Tate collection. We are excited by the line-up of artists and performers scheduled to be a part of the season. This Late at Tate, as part of the new programme by Circuit, aims to make the arts more accessible for young people through events by young people.” Mark Miller, Circuit Programme National Lead

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Maria Sophie Bissendorf