Previously at the ICA
The first of our new, free Friday nights in at the ICA, getting swoony and croony on the piano, and creepy and seductive on the kazoomaphone.
No pirates and barely a whiff of Buddy Holly, but gallons of folky punky rockabilly goodness, plus support from the marvellous Eugene McGuinness.
Artist Dora Garcia gives a gallery talk, discussing her practice and her work in the Double Agent exhibition.
How has the news come to acquire the richness and strangeness of fiction?
Batmacumba is 10 this year, and tonight we have the first in a season of fabulous birthday celebrations.
Soon we will be falling in love with and having sex with robots, according to AI expert David Levy.
A celebration of The King of Comics, Jack Kirby, and his pop-icon pantheon, with comic-lovers Paul Gambaccini and Kim Newman.
Out the traps at full speed, leaving cans of Stella, ringing eardrums and grinning sweaty punters in their wake.