Celebrating the end of our summer blockbuster Matisse: The Cut-Outs, we are opening throughout the whole night on the last weekend
To celebrate the end of this once-in-a lifetime exhibition, we are opening all night long on the last weekend. This is your last chance to see the exhibition of the decade. Don’t miss it!
The exhibition will remain open for 36 hours from 10.00 on Saturday 6 September until 22.00 on Sunday 7 September, with a Saturday night of special food and drink, free film screenings, free exhibition tours, and free cut-out floor activities.
Book your ticket now to secure your last chance to view Matisse’s series of spectacular cut-outs.
There is exclusive admission for Tate Members on Saturday 6 and Sunday 7 September, 9.00–10.00 and the Members Room will be open for the full 36 hours.
Food and drink
To celebrate Matisse, our Level 6 restaurant is serving up some special menus:
On Level 6 late supper will be served into the early hours, and from 05.00 on Sunday visitors will be able to watch the sun rise over the city while enjoying a specially selected cooked breakfast menu.
For reservations, please call the restaurant directly on +44 (0)20 7401 5103 or email email@example.com
The Turbine Hall hosts a late running craft beer bar on Saturday, provided by Brew Dog. The bar is serving Brew Dog Draughts including:
- Punk IPA
- 5 AM saint
- Dead Pony Club
- Fake Lager
Free films and exhibition tours
Regular free screenings of the film With Matisse in Tangiers take place between 20.00 on Saturday and 04.00 on Sunday in the Turbine Hall.
There are free tours of the exhibition led by Tate guide Richard Thomas at 23.00 and 01.00 on the Saturday night.
Matisse shop open with discounts
The exhibition shop is open throughout the weekend, with special offers and discounts on selected items available.
Global sponsor: Bank of America Merrill Lynch. With additional sponsorship from: Hanjin Shipping. Supported by the Henri Matisse Exhibition Supporters Group and Tate Patrons. Media partner: The Times/The Sunday Times