Festival No. 6 bring their unique multi-arts programme to Tate Britain for one night only, featuring music from 2016 breakthrough act Blossoms, who will be performing a special set with the No.6 ensemble, Charlotte Church, comedy from Sara Pascoe, poetry from Dr John Cooper Clarke and a closing set from iconic DJ Greg Wilson amongst the various highlights. Guests will have intimate, after-hours access to Paul Nash and the Hockney exhibition, and will also be able to indulge in a variety of drinks and food experiences themed by the Yorkshireman’s life. Tickets for dining can be purchased in advance and we advise early booking as places are limited.
Doors open from 19.15
Blossoms with Joe Duddell and the No.6 ensemble (on stage 22.45)
Charlotte Church’s Love Bomb, with Joe Duddell and the No.6 ensemble (on stage 22.10)
Dr John Cooper Clarke (on stage 21.00)
Greg Wilson (on stage 23.30)
Sara Pascoe (on stage 20.30)
Spark! drumming troupe (roaming in the galleries from 20.00)
Kitsch & Sync (roaming from 19.30)
The evening will be hosted by Radio 1’s Huw Stephens
Food and drink experiences
Choose from a selection of platters, artisanal cheeses, drinks and desserts from Tate’s range of award winning suppliers, chefs, sommeliers and baristas.
Ticket and Food Emporium £94
In Pursuit of Rare Meats
Enjoy a decadent 2 course dinner featuring Yorkshire rare breed meats and matched Californian wines, with a barrel-aged Negroni on arrival to prepare you for a feast.
In the Rex Whistler Restaurant from 19.30
Ticket and Dinner £114. This option is SOLD OUT
Wines of California
Take a trip around Hockney’s native California in six wines, with an expert on hand to guide you through the regional tastes of the golden state.
In the Grand Saloon from 19.30 or 20.15
Ticket and Wine Tasting £84
Ticket options: FESTIVAL No.6 is now SOLD OUT
Admission with Food Emporium £94
Admission with Rex Whistler Restaurant menu £114
Admission with Wine Tasting £84 (please choose either 19.30 or 20.15 start time)