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Tay Late: Because We Must
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Fashion, film, DJs, performance, dance and more...

Tay Late is finally back in the museum, and we can't wait!

The night will celebrate the museum's latest exhibition Michael Clark: Cosmic Dancer -a high energy, immersive retrospect exploring dance, design, art, fashion, politics, and music.

Co-curated with Glaswegian fashion designer, illustrator and stylist, Charles Jeffrey this after-hours, one-night-only event will showcase and celebrate the work of emerging and contemporary designers, DJs, artists, dancers. Diving into the LOVERBOY archive it will fill V&A Dundee with the rebellious energy embodied by ground-breaking Scottish dancer and choreographer Michael Clark.

Hailed by Dazed magazine as 'the ringleader of London's next generation of club kids', there is no one better than Charles Jeffrey to co-curate Tay Late: Because We Must and to celebrate Michael Clark. A radical creative, Jeffrey thrives in the colourful tension between control and chaos. His LOVERBOY cult club night and fashion label are rooted in collaboration and built on experimentation and playing with performance. The brand champions diversity, self-identity, and relentless support of the LGBTQIA%2B community.

Jeffrey describes the LOVERBOY nights as a 'no-rules nocturnal laboratory', which forms the primary research for his collections, with his tribe of friends and creative collaborators ' artists, performers, musicians, drag queens and poets ' contributing to the egalitarian spirit of the brand.

Expect music, films, performance, conversations and more at this after-hours, one-night-only event ' see you there. Full line up to be announced.

This event also includes free entry to the exhibition Michael Clark: Cosmic Dancer for the duration of the night.

Filming and photography will be taking place throughout the event.

This Tay Late is named after Because We Must (1987), an iconic Michael Clark stage production that was developed into a film with Charles Atlas. Michael Clark: Cosmic Dancer is the first major exhibition on Michael Clark and is curated and organised by Barbican, London.

Information published by Leisure and Culture Dundee.
Promoted By: V&A Dundee
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