Previously at the ICA
Novelist Eggers talks with Sudanese war orphan Valentino Achak Deng about his fictionalised account of the refugee's life story.
Exhilarating and melancholy, joyous and confessional, all at once.
BD4D returns to the ICA with an outstanding line up of presenters, and Three Minute Madness sessions splashing out and breaking away from the restrictive confines of professional work.
<p>A futuristic blend of music, visuals, food, drink and nightlife culture from the bustling Japanese megacity.</p>
Six of London's sexiest designers and illustrators under one roof: wizards, castles and fanzines galore in a night of music and magical worlds.
This event has been cancelled.
Revisiting Algerian music hall songs of the 40s to the 60s with serious attitude.
A specially commissioned festival project by one of the world's greatest percussionists, Nigeria's Lekan Babalola.
The new diva of South African music brings her slick, joyful and energetic mix of African rhythms, jazz and choral music to London for the first time.
Former Sierra Leonean child soldier and human rights activist Beah talks about his experiences of war and the terrible acts of which he became capable.