Michael Clark at Tate Modern

Mike's back at Tate Modern in the Turbine Hall for a short 4 or 5 days as of Wednesday next week - this coming week. We went to see him last night & it was a fantastic unmissable show, so I can only imagine that by Wednesday it will be even more so. He has new David Bowie footage, new costumes from Stevie, new tracks, new moves & apparantly there will also be screening of John Maybury & Ceryth's films - but I'm not sure if that's separate. I'll have to read up what it says. It's a really exciting space to see them dance in. Anyone who cares anything about dance & in fact everyone should go see it if you can get a ticket! Book here!

Mike was looking great, the only trace of his scary lung thing was that his operation scar
was visible beneath his costume...

It was all marvellous and i can't wait to see it again next week!

Mike's scar.jpg

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