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Tate Modern

Hire this venue for your own event - it has three function rooms the largest of which can hold a maximum of 350 guests and the smallest is ideal for 100.

Located along the banks of the River Thames in the former Bankside Power Station, originally designed by Sir Giles Gilbert Scott in 1947, the architect of Battersea Power Station, Tate Modern opened to great acclaim in 2000. Since then it has welcomed millions of visitors through its imposing doors. If you are visiting for the first time, you should approach from Blackfriars Station, crossing Norman Foster's 'Blade of Light' Millennium Bridge footbridge, walking towards this spectacular modernist masterpiece with the dome of St Paul's Cathedral behind you. The gallery pays homage to art from 1900 to the present day while the awesome Turbine Hall creates a stunning entrance and a vast space, used to display temporary installations on a grand scale. There are three levels of galleries enclosed by a spectacular two-storey glass roof that provides fantastic views of London and a great caf. Full of the jokey eccentricities of contemporary art, it's one of the few art galleries that children and teenagers will enjoy, but it also offers the full set of iconic twentieth century artists, from Matisse to Moore, Dali to Picasso. Justifiably the most popular art gallery in Europe.

 

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150
 
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100
 

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Members' Room

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130
 

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Tate Modern Restaurant

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    Capture And Consumption: Images And Digital CultureCapture And Consumption: Images And Digital CultureThis panel discussion examines the ways in which artists are using social media platforms like Instagram and the role it plays in relation to their practice.6th May 2015Wednesday 6th May 2015 Where:
    Tate Modern,   Bankside Power Station  25 Sumner Street    SE1 9TG
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    Capture And Consumption: Images And Digital Culture
    event  Wednesday 6th May 2015
    VENUE  Tate Modern 
    This panel discussion examines the ways in which artists are using social media platforms like Instagram and the role it plays in relation to their practice.
    Marlene Dumas: The Image as BurdenMarlene Dumas: The Image as BurdenMarlene Dumas: The Image as BurdenFrom 5th February, Tate Modern celebrates Amsterdam-based, South African artist Marlene Dumas, known for her intense paintings drawn from personal and public images - her often explicit portraits also include such figures as Amy Winehouse and Princess Diana. This large-scale survey, The Image as Burden, brings together over 100 of her most importan6th May 2015Sunday 10th May 2015 Where:
    Tate Modern,   Bankside Power Station  25 Sumner Street    SE1 9TG
    Category: event
    Ongoing
    Marlene Dumas: The Image as Burden
    event 
    VENUE  Tate Modern 
    From 5th February, Tate Modern celebrates Amsterdam-based, South African artist Marlene Dumas, known for her intense paintings drawn from personal and public images - her often explicit portraits also include such figures as Amy Winehouse and Princess Diana. This large-scale survey, The Image as Burden, brings together over 100 of her most importan... More about this event
     
    Sonia DelaunaySonia DelaunaySonia DelaunayThe first UK retrospective to assess the breadth of Sonia Delaunay, a key figure in the Parisian avant-garde who became the European doyenne of abstract art. Tate Modern looks at the artist's practice across a wide range of media, from groundbreaking paintings to textiles and clothes, as well as innovative collaborations with poets, choreographers 6th May 2015Sunday 9th August 2015 Where:
    Tate Modern,   Bankside Power Station  25 Sumner Street    SE1 9TG
    Category: event
    Ongoing
    Sonia Delaunay
    event 
    VENUE  Tate Modern 
    The first UK retrospective to assess the breadth of Sonia Delaunay, a key figure in the Parisian avant-garde who became the European doyenne of abstract art. Tate Modern looks at the artist's practice across a wide range of media, from groundbreaking paintings to textiles and clothes, as well as innovative collaborations with poets, choreographers ... More about this event
     
    American Artist Lecture Series: Glenn Ligon: LectureAmerican Artist Lecture Series: Glenn Ligon: LectureA talk by Ligon, who explores subjects of race, language, desire, sexuality, and identity in his work.11th May 2015Monday 11th May 2015 Where:
    Tate Modern,   Bankside Power Station  25 Sumner Street    SE1 9TG
    Category: event
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    American Artist Lecture Series: Glenn Ligon: Lecture
    event  Monday 11th May 2015
    VENUE  Tate Modern 
    A talk by Ligon, who explores subjects of race, language, desire, sexuality, and identity in his work.
    BMW Tate Live Talks 2015 Presents Museums: The Artists' CreationBMW Tate Live Talks 2015 Presents Museums: The Artists' CreationPanel discussion investigating the phenomenon of artists creating their own museums.12th May 2015Tuesday 12th May 2015 Where:
    Tate Modern,   Bankside Power Station  25 Sumner Street    SE1 9TG
    Category: event
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    BMW Tate Live Talks 2015 Presents Museums: The Artists' Creation
    event  Tuesday 12th May 2015
    VENUE  Tate Modern 
    Panel discussion investigating the phenomenon of artists creating their own museums.
    Museums: The Artists' Creation: Panel DiscussionMuseums: The Artists' Creation: Panel DiscussionA panel discussion about why artists set up their own real and fictitious museums around the world.12th May 2015Tuesday 12th May 2015 Where:
    Tate Modern,   Bankside Power Station  25 Sumner Street    SE1 9TG
    Category: event
    On Soon
    Museums: The Artists' Creation: Panel Discussion
    event  Tuesday 12th May 2015
    VENUE  Tate Modern 
    A panel discussion about why artists set up their own real and fictitious museums around the world.
    Art And SENArt And SENLed by artists with experience of working with these groups within the gallery context, the session creatively challenges preconceptions about the nature and potential of engagement in art by young people with special educational needs.15th May 2015Friday 15th May 2015 Where:
    Tate Modern,   Bankside Power Station  25 Sumner Street    SE1 9TG
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    On Soon
    Art And SEN
    event  Friday 15th May 2015
    VENUE  Tate Modern 
    Led by artists with experience of working with these groups within the gallery context, the session creatively challenges preconceptions about the nature and potential of engagement in art by young people with special educational needs.
    Adrenaline: A Dance Floor For EveryoneAdrenaline: A Dance Floor For EveryoneBMW Tate Live is a major partnership between Tate and BMW which focuses on performance and interdisciplinary art in gallery and online.15th May 2015Saturday 16th May 2015 Where:
    Tate Modern,   Bankside Power Station  25 Sumner Street    SE1 9TG
    Category: event
    Free EventOn Soon
    Adrenaline: A Dance Floor For Everyone
    event  Running from Friday 15th May 2015 until Saturday 16th May 2015
    TIMES  Friday 15th and Saturday 16th May 2015 at 5.15pm and 6.45pm  PRICING  Free
    BMW Tate Live is a major partnership between Tate and BMW which focuses on performance and interdisciplinary art in gallery and online.
    20 Dancers For The XX Century20 Dancers For The XX CenturyPerformed throughout Tate Modern's galleries, this is a collection of solo works (some acclaimed, some forgotten) including gestures from Modern Dance pioneers to Charlie Chaplin and Voguing.15th May 2015Saturday 16th May 2015 Where:
    Tate Modern,   Bankside Power Station  25 Sumner Street    SE1 9TG
    Category: event
    Free EventOn Soon
    20 Dancers For The XX Century
    event  Running from Friday 15th May 2015 until Saturday 16th May 2015
    TIMES  Friday 15th and Saturday 16th May 2015 - 1pm-6pm  PRICING  Free
    Performed throughout Tate Modern's galleries, this is a collection of solo works (some acclaimed, some forgotten) including gestures from Modern Dance pioneers to Charlie Chaplin and Voguing.
    Expo Zero: DiscussionExpo Zero: DiscussionWith Claire Bishop, Tim Etchells, Martin Hargreaves, Mette Ingvartsen, Janez Jansa, Sung Hwan Kim, Pichet Klunchun, David Riff, Shelley Senter, Meg Stuart.15th May 2015Saturday 16th May 2015 Where:
    Tate Modern,   Bankside Power Station  25 Sumner Street    SE1 9TG
    Category: event
    Free EventOn Soon
    Expo Zero: Discussion
    event  Running from Friday 15th May 2015 until Saturday 16th May 2015
    TIMES  Friday 15th and Saturday 16th May 2015 - 1pm-6pm  PRICING  Free
    With Claire Bishop, Tim Etchells, Martin Hargreaves, Mette Ingvartsen, Janez Jansa, Sung Hwan Kim, Pichet Klunchun, David Riff, Shelley Senter, Meg Stuart.
     
     

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    Capture And Consumption: Images And Digital Culture
    Exhibitions | On 6th May 2015 

    Tate Modern

    This panel discussion examines the ways in which artists are using social media platforms like Instagram and the role it ...More

    Marlene Dumas: The Image as Burden
    Marlene Dumas: The Image as Burden
    Exhibitions | Until 10th May 2015 

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    From 5th February, Tate Modern celebrates Amsterdam-based, South African artist Marlene Dumas, known for her intense paintings drawn from personal ...More

     
    Sonia Delaunay
    Sonia Delaunay
    Exhibitions | Until 9th August 2015 

    Tate Modern

    The first UK retrospective to assess the breadth of Sonia Delaunay, a key figure in the Parisian avant-garde who became ...More

     
    The Merchant of Venice
    The Merchant of Venice
    Theatre | Until 7th June 2015 

    Shakespeare's Globe Theatre 3 minutes walk from Tate Modern

    Jonathan Pryce "displays a finely textured Shylock" (Financial Times) when he plays the money lender in Shakespeare's uncompromising drama of ...More

     
    Randy's Wing Bar Pop-Up
    Leisure | Until 22nd May 2015 

    Voltaire 7 minutes walk from Tate Modern

    Celebrate the tastes of the street this spring at Voltaire with the Randy's Wing Bar pop-up! Delicious American-style chicken wings ...More

    Ah, Wilderness!
    Ah, Wilderness!
    Theatre | Until 23rd May 2015 

    The Young Vic 9 minutes walk from Tate Modern

    Janie Dee and George MacKay star as mother and son in Eugene O'Neill's comical portrait of a Connecticut childhood about ...More

     
    High Society
    High Society
    Theatre | Until 22nd August 2015 

    Old Vic Theatre 10 minutes walk from Tate Modern

    Maria Friedman directs this latest production of the Cole Porter musical, High Society, staged at the Old Vic in the ...More

     
    Antony Sher: Author Event
    Exhibitions | On 6th May 2015 

    National Theatre: Cottesloe Theatre 11 minutes walk from Tate Modern

    The actor in conversation with Sue MacGregor....More

     
     
     
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