ICA

Cultural centre

Arthouse and alternative cinemas

Trafalgar Square

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ICA

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    Usually £30. Benefits include: 25% off limited ed. prints, £3 off all films, 10% off at the ICA Bar, 12 free member screenings a year, ICA Studio exclusive access. Please note, Membership can ONLY be bought at the ICA when you show your Time Out Card.

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Venue details

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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 from Feb 12 2014

  • Map

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

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I Am Cuba (Soy Cuba)

Re-issue of Mikhail Kalatozov's anti-American propaganda film, made during the mid-1960s as an endorsement of life under the rule of Fidel Castro. The Cuban leader is represented by the figure of a bearded man, who fights against the Yankee imperiali...

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    • 18:20
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    • 18:20
  • Tue Sep 2:

    • 20:40

Finding Vivian Maier

Rating: 3/5

In life she was an eccentric: a Chicago nanny who took the children she looked after on trips to the city’s rougher neighbourhoods. Her name was Vivian Maier, and this intriguing but slapdash doc uncovers a side of her that friends and employers neve...

  • Sun Aug 31:

    • 14:15
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    • 20:40
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    • 20:40
  • Sun Aug 31:

    • 16:10
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    • 16:10
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    • 16:10
  • Fri Sep 12:

    • 16:10
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    • 16:10
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    • 16:10
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    • 16:10
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    • 16:10
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    • 16:10

The Internet's Own Boy: The Story of Aaron Swartz

Rating: 3/5

He took his own life in January 2013 aged 26, but computer programmer and activist Aaron Swartz left behind an enduring legacy – one that documentarian Brian Knappenberger explores in moving, if sometimes hagiographic, detail. After a news report ann...

  • Sun Aug 31:

    • 20:40
  • Tue Sep 2:

    • 18:30
  • Thu Sep 4:

    • 18:30

Two Days, One Night

Rating: 5/5

Belgium's Dardenne brothers, Jean-Pierre and Luc, make punchy, contemporary, socially aware films – simple on the surface but alive with compassion and wisdom. As filmmakers the Dardennes are never less than reliable, yet still 'Two Days, One Night'...

  • Sun Aug 31:

    • 16:30
    • 18:40
    • 20:50
  • Tue Sep 2:

    • 16:15
    • 20:50
  • Wed Sep 3:

    • 18:40
    • 20:50
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    • 18:40
    • 20:50

Journal

Installation

  • Rating: 3/5

When it comes to current events, everyone nowadays is expected to share their experience or opinion. The problem, as you soon discover in this show of art-meets-journalism, is that not everyone’s viewpoint is equally interesting. Specifically, Koki Tanaka’s...

Journal
  1. Sat Aug 30 – Sun Sep 7
  2. ICA
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Pere Ubu

Pop and rock

  • Critics' choice

David Thomas's veteran avant-garage headliners continue to surprise and delight with their wit and twisted pop. Here they're playing a live soundtrack to the 1962 horror film 'Carnival of Souls'.

  1. Sun Nov 23
  2. ICA
  3. £tba
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Whose Gaze Is It Anyway?

Art

  • Free

In collaboration with the Arab British Centre and curated by Omar Kholeif, this multimedia display allows viewers to examine the fascinating construction of Arab pop culture throughout history. Rare film posters from the 1930s and historic publications...

Whose Gaze Is It Anyway?
  1. Tue Sep 2 – Sun Oct 5
  2. ICA
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  4. Haymarket Cineworld

    62-65 Haymarket
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    SW1Y 4RL
    299.2yd

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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!