Institute of Contemporary Arts
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Publishes a free list of accredited colleges teaching English whose facilities and teaching reach the required standards. It can also...
From Trafalgar Sq, The Mall passes under this grand Edwardian monument, a triple-arched stone entrance designed by Aston Webb in honour...
The Institute of Contemporary Arts (ICA) is a treasure for lovers of indie cinema – its program always has material no one else is...
Inn the Park
This stunning wooden cafe and restaurant in St James’s Park is run by Irish wonderchef Oliver Peyton and offers cakes and tea as well as...
Lonely Planet review
Housed in a John Nash building along the Mall, the untraditional ICA is where Picasso and Henry Moore had their first UK shows. Since then the ICA has been on the cutting (and controversial) edge of the British arts world, with an excellent range of experimental and progressive films, music nights, photography, art, lectures, multimedia works and book readings.
There’s also the licensed ICA Cafe Bar . The complex includes an excellent bookshop.