Previously at the ICA
Old-style indie onstage - jumpy, shouty, arms-round-your-mates indie, mass singalongs and cuddling.
Paolo's sweet, smouldering good looks are matched by his music, which is just as gorgeous.
Italy's queen of rock, qualified philsopher, Hacke collaborator and Greenpeace campaigner joined by fellow Italian pop diva Elisa.
The EU is bringing in new law against genocide denial. Deborah Lipstadt, who was sued by David Irving, discusses the new directive and its ramifications.
Classical, minimalist composer Ludovico Einaudi is here to fill the ICA with his haunting, soothing sounds.
Jacqueline Rose and Eyal Weizman reflect on the political, ideological and cultural legacy of the six-day war.
This rowdy, eclectic jazz collective need to be seen live to be fully appreciated.
An evening of tight jeans, dirty white shoes, artfully mussed hair and ace guitar tunes.
Straw Dogs author John Gray talks to Professor AC Grayling about the new controversies surrounding religion and secularism.
Britain's finest soul diva returns from recording in Nashville to the ICA's intimate theatre.