Friday 25 May
So much more than just later opening hours, the Tate Lates on the last Friday of every month offer a vibrant mix of art, music, film, workshops and talks. This May’s Tate Late focusses on The EY Exhibition: Picasso 1932 – Love, Fame, Tragedy. See this and the concurrent exhibitions, Joan Jonas and Shape of Light for just £10 each between 6-8.30pm. There will also be street food vans and food pop-ups outside on the lawn, and cocktails at pop up bars around the building and a whole host of activities. Expect music from NTS Radio in the Terrace Bar until 11pm, a surreal life-drawing salon with larger-than-life models posing as iconic portraits, collage workshops, screenings of Jean Zainlevé’s film The Love Life of the Octopus that inspired Picasso and his contemporaries, and more. Free entry and no booking required.