Institute of Contemporary Arts
Housed in a John Nash building along the Mall, the untraditional ICA is where Picasso and Henry Moore had their first UK shows. Since...
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ICA Cinema information
The Institute of Contemporary Arts (ICA) is a treasure for lovers of indie cinema – its program always has material no one else is showing, such as the latest independents from the developing world, films showing out of season, all-night screenings and rare documentaries. The two cinemas are quite small, but comfortable enough. Tickets usually cost £11 (concessions £8).