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What's OnFriday Lates at the National Portrait Gallery

Are you a culture vulture looking for Friday evening inspiration? Offering a mix of drawing, drinks and live DJ's, discover Friday's late night event.
  • Dates 06/04/2019 - 06/04/2019
  • Location National Portrait Gallery, St Martin's Place, WC2H 0HE
  • Price Free
Discover the Gallery after-hoursLooking for a splendid way to spend your Friday evenings?Try the brand new Friday Lates at the National Portrait Gallery, with free entry every Friday from 6pm – 9pm.Offering a creative and inspiring take to your Friday evening, take part in conversations in a social space where everybody is welcome in this unique opportunity.Simply turn up on the day to enjoy a drink at the Gallery’s delightful bar whilst listening to music inspired by current exhibitions. Plus, participate in the popular mass art occupation of the gallery, exploring ideas about art culture and society with a whole programme of talks available.So, start your weekend in style by visiting the range of world-class exhibitions.Share your night on social media using #FridayLatesNPG and #DiscoverLSQ.Drawing, drinks and live DJ'sExploring the Gallery after hours isn’t all that’s on offer with the new Friday Lates.Why not attend a free drop-in drawing session? Hosted by guest artists every Friday in the Gallery, get your pencils and charcoal at the ready!Discover upcoming events here.Or for the music revellers out there, try the live DJ sets? Offering different DJ’s each week from resident mixers to special guest sets, there’s something to suit everyone’s jive.Discover upcoming DJ's here.Whatever you decide to do, kick your weekend offer to a pumping start in the heart of London.

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