Previously at the ICA
Grime is "the most exciting music in Britain since punk" and this is the chance to catch one of the scene's best nights before their summer holiday.
Club2 and Young Creative Network (YCN) bring you an evening of presentations, talks and expert advice for design professionals and graduates.
Three graphic novelists offer glimpses into the future of the form.
Nav Haq, London-based curator, leads a tour of the Memorial to the Iraq War exhibition.
P&T take our bar and give us their monthly den of iniquity, with hairy, happenin' Fulborn Teversham and marvellous, magick Yeborobo.
While we're still giddy from their gorgeous debut album, Fields bring us more sweet harmonies, crashing guitars and growling feedback.
A philosopher, an author, a former priest, an artist and a vicar walk into the ICA and probe our assumptions about science, time and perception.
The former editor of The New Yorker talks to Andrew Roberts.
With radical politics in retreat, two leading philosophers offer some ideas for new revolutionary theories.
The dynamic, rapidfire, show-and-tell evening for London's creative sector.