Somewhere you should go… Warp x Tate at Tate Britain

It’s not for some weeks, but get this in your diary now: Warp Records will be hosting next month’s Late at Tate Britain with a night of music and art installations inspired by Jeremy Deller‘s 1998 work The History of The World. Contributions come from Warp’s roster of talent including Oneohtrix Point, Hudson Mohawke and Rustie, while there will be a tribute to 808 and 303 among the exciting highlights.

Late at Tate Britain takes place on selected Friday every two months and features a range of events including music and performances, exhibitions and art talks. Warp x Tate will be held on December 6th from 6pm -10pm (final admission 9pm). Oh, and there isn’t a need for tickets as entry is completely free! (Words: Nadeena Kaur) 

For more info, visit: www.tate.org.uk/whats-on/tate-britain/performance-and-music/late-tate-britain-december-2013

The History of the World 1998 by Jeremy Deller born 1966

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