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  • £10 for annual membership

    Usually £30. Benefits include: 25% off limited ed. prints, £4 off all films, 10% off at the ICA Bar and 12 free member screenings a year. Please note, Membership can ONLY be bought at the ICA when you show your Time Out Card.

    This offer can be redeemed between 11am and 9pm.

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  • Address:

    ICA The Mall
    London
    SW1Y 5AH

  • Venue phone:

    020 7930 3647

  • Venue website:

    www.ica.org.uk

  • Opening hours:

    Tue (Free), Wed, Fri-Sun 11am-6pm; Thu 11am-9pm. Bar: Tue-Sun 11am–11pm.

  • Transport:

    Tube: Charing Cross

  • Price:

    £1 Day membership; free Tue, under 18s and concs

  • Map

    1. ICA
      • The Mall
        London
        SW1Y 5AH
      • 020 7930 3647
      • www.ica.org.uk
      • 51.506609,-0.130585

What's on at ICA

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  • Sat Jan 10 2015:

    • 14:00

New Shorts: Funny Shit

Comedy shorts.

  • Fri Jan 9 2015:

    • 21:00
  • Sun Jan 11 2015:

    • 18:00

I Am Here

A man wakes to find himself stranded in a strange new world.

  • Tue Jan 13 2015:

    • 18:45

Silver Shoes

Shorts.

  • Tue Jan 13 2015:

    • 20:30

2001: A Space Odyssey

Rating: 5/5

Both ‘Interstellar’ and ‘Gravity’ took us out of this world, but the reputation of Stanley Kubrick’s classic – now re-released – is safe. It’s not that ‘2001: A Space Odyssey’ doesn’t look dated – it does, a bit – but it remains as intelligent and pr...

  • Wed Dec 24:

    • 14:30

Eastern Boys

Rating: 3/5

Illegal immigration, unequal relationships and gay sex are put under the microscope in the compelling and slyly urgent ‘Eastern Boys’ from French filmmaker Robin Campillo (writer and/or editor of most of Laurent Cantet’s films, including ‘The Class’)...

  • Sat Dec 20:

    • 12:15

Kon-Tiki

Rating: 4/5

This fictionalised retelling of the Norwegian adventurer Thor Heyerdahl’s 1947 Pacific crossing ought to come with a ‘Jackass’-style warning: don’t try this at home kids. In the 1940s, Heyerdahl (played by Pål Sverre Hagen with blue-eyed intensity an...

  • Sat Dec 20:

    • 13:30
    • 18:20
  • Sun Dec 21:

    • 12:30
    • 18:20
  • Tue Dec 23:

    • 16:00
    • 18:20

Manakamana

Rating: 5/5

This superb Nepal-set documentary hinges on a simple premise: a 16mm camera placed in a cable car travelling up to the Hindu Manakamana Temple almost a mile above sea level. The trip takes about ten minutes and each shot follows a different set of pa...

  • Sun Dec 21:

    • 16:10

PoetryFilm Solstice

A special PoetryFilm event celebrating the Winter Solstice with a programme of experimental short films and live performances. The event will be followed by a drinks reception. Event curated by Zata Kitowski, director of PoetryFilm.

  • Sun Dec 21:

    • 15:00

Stations of the Cross

Rating: 3/5

In this suitably austere German drama, a teenage girl pursues the ideals of Christian self-sacrifice to terrifying extremes under the spell of conservative Catholic parents and a hardline branch of the church. As a fresh-faced priest delivers smiling...

  • Sat Dec 20:

    • 16:00

Winter Sleep

Rating: 4/5

Like his last film ‘Once Upon a Time in Anatolia’, Nuri Bilge Ceylan’s ‘Winter Sleep’ unfolds before the epic backdrop of Turkey’s rural steppes, an already unforgiving landscape now made even more alienating by snow, ice and wind. But while that fil...

  • Sat Dec 20:

    • 14:45

Fourwalls: Short Film Project, Competition Screening

The reality of housing in London through the medium of film.

  • Wed Jan 14 2015:

    • 19:00

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Syirin Said

It's actually quite rare to find a place like the ICA in London. Fair play that London does have places that are quirky yet traditional but the ICA stands out by being exceptionally cool. Having a cinema is definitely an icing on the cake for someone like me who is always craving for a place I could 'escape' to that is cool, understated yet elegant.

Luke

Amazing institution with a great film programme - and now a super deal on membership!