Previously at the ICA
The day after the Midsummer Solstice, a night of fabulous folk, mystical melodies and pagan pomp.
Responses to Memorial to the Iraq War from political commentator Ahdaf Soueif and architect Eyal Weizman.
Batmacumba takes over the ICA for another packed evening of bombastic Brazilian sounds and short films.
Andrew Keen, Web 2.0 polemicist, will be discussing his new book addressing how today’s internet is killing our culture.
Darragh Morgan and Mary Dullea loop and splice, Finn Peters DJs and Frank Lyons pays homage to Jimi at this ace experimental music night.
Following the 200th anniversary of the abolition of slavery, how far have we come in dealing with its legacy?
One of the most influential photographic artists working today talks about her work on women and the urban landscape.
Having made the big time with Grace Kelly, the irresistible Mika performs in the ICA's intimate theatre setting.
Crowded House are saying a long goodbye, soothingly supported by 18-year-old Canadian songwriter Justin Nozuka.
Scotland's best-loved grown-up rockers, the band who were Coldplay before Coldplay, are bringing their sweet acoustic sounds to the ICA.