Previously at the ICA
Guinea's remarkable Cissoko and his group combine acoustic kora, re-enforced kora and a rack of special effects to create dazzling power music.
Eat Your Own Ears presents Kate Nash + support
Thirty-one years after they launched Throbbing Gristle on this very stage, Genesis P-Orridge and co return to further confuse, arouse and delight.
Ethicist Peter Singer argues that how and what we eat is a central issue of our times, and that we must stop factory farming now.
ICA Inspire curatorial fellow Jen Wu gives her own perspectives on the Memorial to the Iraq War exhibition.
A panel of activists and journalists with first-hand experience look back with a critical eye on the 2004 siege of Fallujah.
The artist/historiographer/ archivist/travel writer creates an unorthodox tour of the monuments in the area around the ICA.
The sound of five individuals forging an identity of their own: euphoric and emotionally charged pop tunes.
Punky pukey grindcore trio Trencher curate a night featuring Trencher + DJ Scotch Egg + Palehorse + Comanechi + Agaskodo Teliverek.
Mr Sheehy does guilt and religion, inspired by Hank Williams and Elvis, helped along by guitar, mandolin, harmonica and banjo.