Ten Days Six Nights
The Tate's annual live art happening is back for another 10 days and 6 nights in which free and ticketed performances pop up within the huge, mysterious tank spaces of Tate Modern. Some will confuse, some will intrigue - it's about taking a chance on an event that looks to revamp the static art show. The day events are all free whilst the night events are ticketed (around £15 a pop), and this year the focus is on a real master of video and performance art, Joan Jonas. Our tips would be to scope the collaboration between Joan Jonas and the celebrated jazz pianist and composer Jason Moran, who'll be combining piano with video projections and improvisational actions on March 17th and 18th. But there's plenty else besides, including fantastical live images that exaggerate the everyday (Sylvia Palacios Whitman, 23rd March) and a chanted sound piece that aims to exorcise the museum (Mark Leckey, 24th March). You'll also feel quite edgy whilst attending, so that's good.
Tickets: Free - £15