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Enjoy late entries to Tate Britain for things to do in London

Published: Tuesday 24th of August 2010

Want to make the most of your time in the capital? There's no longer a need to dash in between London attractions as the Tate Britain announces its regular late opening hours.

Art-lovers can now end their days out with a relaxing drink at the Tate Britain while browsing some of the best exhibitions on offer in the capital. Last entries to the shows will be allowed up to as late at 21:00 BST.

Works by trend-setting artists like Amanda Beech and Florian Hecker can be viewed alongside films, performances as well as interventions.

At present the gallery is featuring a unique exhibition that celebrates British comic art. Curated by comedian Harry Hill, it showcases excerpts from Alice in Wonderland, films by Edwina Ashton and Oliver Michaels and postcards designed by Donald McGill which will no doubt attract smirks from viewers.

Visitors can also visit the ongoing Festival Brazil at the Southbank Centre to indulge their taste buds with moqueca dishes and caipirinha cocktails or shake a leg to the beats of Samba.

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Posted by Michael Edwards

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