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Hire this venue for your own event - it has seven function rooms the largest of which can hold a maximum of 600 guests and the smallest is ideal for 40.

Overlooking the River Thames, Tate Britain was originally founded through the philanthropy of the sugar magnate Sir Henry Tate. The Tate legacy now encompasses three other galleries around the UK, including Tate Modern also in London. Dedicated to showcasing Britain's artistic talent, Tate Britain is home to the greatest collection of British art from 1500 to the present day. Since it opened in 1897, the collection has expanded to include works from Blake, Rossetti, Spencer and Stubbs. It also hosts the Turner Prize - the contemporary art world's premier award. Turner's Gallery (another tribute to the artist himself) is a virtual reconstruction of the room in which Turner showed his own paintings.

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Rachel WhitereadRachel WhitereadRachel WhitereadIn autumn 2017, Tate Britain stages the most comprehensive exhibition to date of Rachel Whiteread, the first woman to win the Turner Prize. That accolade came in 1993, the same year she made House (arguably her best known work), an 'inside out house' where the fireplaces of the interior could be seen on the outside. This life-sized cast of a condem24th January 2018Sunday 4th February 2018 Where:
Tate Britain, † Millbank† † † SW1P 4RG
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Rachel Whiteread
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In autumn 2017, Tate Britain stages the most comprehensive exhibition to date of Rachel Whiteread, the first woman to win the Turner Prize. That accolade came in 1993, the same year she made House (arguably her best known work), an 'inside out house' where the fireplaces of the interior could be seen on the outside. This life-sized cast of a condem...†More about this event
Marguerite Humeau: EchoesMarguerite Humeau: EchoesA large-scale installation by the London-based, French artist, exploring the lethal powers of nature by evoking the death of Cleopatra at the hands of the poisonous venom of the black mamba python.24th January 2018Sunday 15th April 2018 Where:
Tate Britain, † Millbank† † † SW1P 4RG
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Free EventOngoing
Marguerite Humeau: Echoes
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TIMES18th November 2017 to 15th April 2018 - 10am-6pm† PRICINGFree
A large-scale installation by the London-based, French artist, exploring the lethal powers of nature by evoking the death of Cleopatra at the hands of the poisonous venom of the black mamba python.
The EY Exhibition: Impressionists in LondonThe EY Exhibition: Impressionists in LondonThe EY Exhibition: Impressionists in LondonThe EY Exhibition: Impressionists in London delves into an overlooked chapter in the Impressionist story. Hosted by Tate Britain, it looks back to the 1870s, when France was devastated by the Franco-Prussian war and insurrection in Paris, and explores how many artists chose to seek refuge across the Channel. Presenting captivating works by the like24th January 2018Monday 7th May 2018 Where:
Tate Britain, † Millbank† † † SW1P 4RG
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Ongoing
The EY Exhibition: Impressionists in London
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TIMES2nd November 2017 to 7th May 2018† PRICING£17.70, concs £15.90, mems/under 12s Free (max four per family adult)
The EY Exhibition: Impressionists in London delves into an overlooked chapter in the Impressionist story. Hosted by Tate Britain, it looks back to the 1870s, when France was devastated by the Franco-Prussian war and insurrection in Paris, and explores how many artists chose to seek refuge across the Channel. Presenting captivating works by the like...†More about this event
Impressionists In London: French Artists In Exile (1870-1904)Impressionists In London: French Artists In Exile (1870-1904)In the 1870s, France was devastated by the Franco-Prussian war and insurrection in Paris, driving artists such as Money, Tissot and Pissarro to seek refuge across the Channel. The works on display map their involvement with London and the British art scene.24th January 2018Monday 7th May 2018 Where:
Tate Britain, † Millbank† † † SW1P 4RG
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Ongoing
Impressionists In London: French Artists In Exile (1870-1904)
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TIMES2nd November 2017 to 7th May 2018 - 10am-6pm† PRICING£17.70, OAP £16.70, concs £15.90, mems/under 12s Free (max four per family adult)
In the 1870s, France was devastated by the Franco-Prussian war and insurrection in Paris, driving artists such as Money, Tissot and Pissarro to seek refuge across the Channel. The works on display map their involvement with London and the British art scene.
All Too Human: Bacon, Freud and a Century of Painting LifeAll Too Human: Bacon, Freud and a Century of Painting LifeAll Too Human: Bacon, Freud and a Century of Painting LifeA large-scale painting by Francis Bacon of his friend and artistic rival Lucian Freud is part of Tate Britain's landmark exhibition, All Too Human, which begins in February 2018. The work, not exhibited for over half a century, is one of 100 pieces by some of the most celebrated modern British artists. With a focus on Freud and Bacon, the exhibitio28th February 2018Monday 27th August 2018 Where:
Tate Britain, † Millbank† † † SW1P 4RG
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All Too Human: Bacon, Freud and a Century of Painting Life
event Running from Wednesday 28th February 2018 until Monday 27th August 2018
TIMES28th February to 27th August 2018† PRICING£16.80 (Adults), £15.80 (Senior Citizen over 60), £16 (Student / Child aged 12-18), Under 12s no ticket required
A large-scale painting by Francis Bacon of his friend and artistic rival Lucian Freud is part of Tate Britain's landmark exhibition, All Too Human, which begins in February 2018. The work, not exhibited for over half a century, is one of 100 pieces by some of the most celebrated modern British artists. With a focus on Freud and Bacon, the exhibitio...†More about this event
All Too HumanAll Too HumanThe exhibition celebrates painters in Britain who strove to represent human figures, their relationships and surroundings in the most intimate of ways. It features artists including Lucian Freud and Francis Bacon alongside rarely seen work from their contemporaries including Frank Auerbach and Paula Rego.28th February 2018Monday 27th August 2018 Where:
Tate Britain, † Millbank† † † SW1P 4RG
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All Too Human
event Running from Wednesday 28th February 2018 until Monday 27th August 2018
TIMES28th February to 27th August 2018 - 10am-6pm† PRICING£16.80, OAP £15.80, concs £15, mems/under 12s Free (max four per family adult)
The exhibition celebrates painters in Britain who strove to represent human figures, their relationships and surroundings in the most intimate of ways. It features artists including Lucian Freud and Francis Bacon alongside rarely seen work from their contemporaries including Frank Auerbach and Paula Rego.
Tate Britain Commission: Anthea HamiltonTate Britain Commission: Anthea HamiltonTate Britain Commission: Anthea HamiltonShortlisted for the Turner Prize in 2016, Anthea Hamilton is the next artist to undertake the Tate Britain Commission. Renowned for her bold, often humorous works, she will create a new artwork combining sculpture and performance in response to Tate Britain's grand Duveen Galleries. Known for her provocative and playful works, she has used subjects22nd March 2018Sunday 7th October 2018 Where:
Tate Britain, † Millbank† † † SW1P 4RG
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Free Event
Tate Britain Commission: Anthea Hamilton
event Running from Thursday 22nd March 2018 until Sunday 7th October 2018
TIMES22nd March to 7th October 2018† PRICINGFree
Shortlisted for the Turner Prize in 2016, Anthea Hamilton is the next artist to undertake the Tate Britain Commission. Renowned for her bold, often humorous works, she will create a new artwork combining sculpture and performance in response to Tate Britain's grand Duveen Galleries. Known for her provocative and playful works, she has used subjects...†More about this event
Aftermath: Art In The Wake Of World War OneAftermath: Art In The Wake Of World War OneAftermath: Art In The Wake Of World War OneA century since the end of WWI Tate Britain takes a look at how artists responded to the physical and psychological scars left on Europe. A fascinating and moving exhibition, Aftermath: Art in the Wake of World War One features works by George Grosz, Otto Dix, Picasso, Winifred Knights, Fernand Leger and CRW Nevinson. It shows the different ways in5th June 2018Sunday 16th September 2018 Where:
Tate Britain, † Millbank† † † SW1P 4RG
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Aftermath: Art In The Wake Of World War One
event Running from Tuesday 5th June 2018 until Sunday 16th September 2018
TIMES5th June to 16th September 2018† PRICING£16.50 (Adults), Free (Children Under 12)
A century since the end of WWI Tate Britain takes a look at how artists responded to the physical and psychological scars left on Europe. A fascinating and moving exhibition, Aftermath: Art in the Wake of World War One features works by George Grosz, Otto Dix, Picasso, Winifred Knights, Fernand Leger and CRW Nevinson. It shows the different ways in...†More about this event
Turner Prize 2018Turner Prize 2018Turner Prize 2018Set up in 1984, the Tate's Turner Prize has been courting controversy ever since. The most notorious prize in the world of contemporary art, carries a large cash prize - there's £25,000 in the pot - and instant fame for the winner who must be a British artist and have staged an 'outstanding' exhibition of work completed within the year. The shortl25th September 2018Sunday 6th January 2019 Where:
Tate Britain, † Millbank† † † SW1P 4RG
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Turner Prize 2018
event Running from Tuesday 25th September 2018 until Sunday 6th January 2019
TIMES25th September 2018 to 6th January 2019† PRICING£12.50 (Adults), Free (under 12s)
Set up in 1984, the Tate's Turner Prize has been courting controversy ever since. The most notorious prize in the world of contemporary art, carries a large cash prize - there's ¬£25,000 in the pot - and instant fame for the winner who must be a British artist and have staged an 'outstanding' exhibition of work completed within the year. The shortl...†More about this event
Burne-JonesBurne-JonesBurne-JonesTate Britain presents London's first comprehensive retrospective of Edward Burne-Jones in 40 years, showcasing 150 of his works in a wide range of media. The last, and arguably the most romantic, of the Pre-Raphaelites, Burne-Jones was one of the art world's leading figures of the European fin de siècle and a pioneer of the symbolist movement. Off24th October 2018Sunday 24th February 2019 Where:
Tate Britain, † Millbank† † † SW1P 4RG
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Burne-Jones
event Running from Wednesday 24th October 2018 until Sunday 24th February 2019
TIMES24th October 2018 to 24th February 2019† PRICING£19.50
Tate Britain presents London's first comprehensive retrospective of Edward Burne-Jones in 40 years, showcasing 150 of his works in a wide range of media. The last, and arguably the most romantic, of the Pre-Raphaelites, Burne-Jones was one of the art world's leading figures of the European fin de si√®cle and a pioneer of the symbolist movement. Off...†More about this event

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Room 9

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350
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200

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Sackler Octagon & Room 9

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Reception
600

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Rex Whistler Restaurant

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120
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80

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Manton Entrance

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500

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Duffield's Room

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40

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Clore Auditorium

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Young Musicians Symphony Orchestra
Concerts | On 24th January 2018 

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