Previously at the ICA
A visit to the National Portrait Gallery in Trafalgar Square for Deaf children group aged 11 and over.
As politics becomes little more than a contact sport, what is wrong with democracy, and what can be done about it?
Glam-punk-pop-rock? Social zeitgeist? Maybe. Excuse to party? Heck, yeah!
Big Cheese magazine presents acoustic acts with angry backgrounds.
What happens to the identity, language and self of a refugee who cannot return to their homeland?
Another evening of the finest jazz and jazz-inspired music.
A fascinating insight into the world of diplomatic bureaucracy, and a rather nice walk.
Smith and Gourevitch introduce a new collection of the interviews for which the Paris Review, a handbook to the global literati, has become famous.
The 'Ukrainian Iggy Pop' joins Russian Gypsy seven-string guitar maestro Sasha Kolpakov live on stage at the ICA.
Tino Sehgal's third annual talk at the Goethe-Institut.