Raise your hands if you like the sound of a festival that is only a tube ride away? Thought so. Tate Modern’s The Tanks (a.k.a our second home during Fashion Week) will be hosting the Hyperlink festival April 26-28. The three-day music, art, and fashion festival’s theme is “six degrees of separation” and what’s more, it's totally free. They’ll also be workshops, performances, and installations from some of London’s leading photographers, musicians, and designers — Rankin, Cassette Playa, and It’s Nice That will all be on hand to lend their creative skills to this endeavor.
To spread the word, Tate Modern asked YouTube comedy sensations, Mandem on the Wall, to create a film about the festival. Check out the first episode of the trios’ adventures in the Tate Modern with cameos from Fred Butler and Margot Bowman (the second film will be shot during the festival). Fancy a walk-on part?
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