Free entry Tate Britain Festival

Queer and Now

Jay Jay Revlon workshop, Tate Britain Queer and Now Festival 2017, Photographer: Jordan Anderson, Tate

Returning for its second year, Queer and Now celebrates the powerful role of LGBTQ arts and culture in today's society

The day-long programme of free events welcomes people of all ages and identities to engage in a host of live performances, talks, tours, music, film and dance from artists rooted in the UK’s queer community. Inspired by the vibrant history of LGBTQ activism, the festival commemorates the progress made and explores the on-going efforts for queer visibility, recognition and justice. From family-friendly events, food, craft stalls, drop-in activities for all ages, to DJ sets, music and more, this event is for everyone.

More programme information to come.

Tate Britain

London SW1P 4RG
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Date & Time

23 June 2018 at 12.00–22.00

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