What are you doing tomorrow night?
How about this?
Why not give the pub a miss and instead indulge in a bit of culture. After all, you know what they say, "free your mind and your ass will follow..."
Isaac Julien, genius gay artist in his own right and curator of the latest exhibition of Derek Jarman's films at the Serpentine Gallery, speaks with human rights campaigner Peter Tatchell about Jarman: his films, campaigning for gay liberation and the rights of those with HIV and AIDS.
This discussion is chaired by Helena Blaker, critic and curator, at Tate Britain, London
Tickets are available from the Clore information desk from 6pm on a first come, first served basis. The event then runs from 7-7.45pm.
You may also have time to pop into the amazing exhibition celebrating the 250th anniversary of William Blake's birth.