Coinciding with the Cornish festival of Allantide, Linder's work entitled Your Actions are my Dreams assembled elaborate costumes, traditional Guise dancers, musicians and a magnificent white horse in a spectacular procession. In this extended TateShots we follow the performance from first rehearsals in a pub in Penzance to it's noisy conclusion in Tate's loggia.

he tomorrow is untied which is the Celtic name for Halloween. This piece does respond to that. For the last hour and half, we have been doing the one and only, it’s not even a rehearsal but the one and only preparatory, it’s interesting this piece…I struggle for vocabulary because it’s not really practiced, it’s not really a rehearsal but its more sort of an experiment so we’ve done that and then tomorrow is the debut, this is the new work commissioned by Tate.
I just need to sleep.
“It’s outside; you all have apples in your pockets. Hand them to the public. Say [nos kalen waste lowen] or happy Valentine if you’re not from round here. “
(Music plays to the end)