The exhibition is open to the public from 12 – 9pm, Tuesday – Sunday.
Tuesday: Free for all visitors
Wednesday – Sunday: £5 (+ £1 booking fee for non-Members), free for all ICA Members
Free exhibition entry with every ticket to the cinema or theatre.
Please book your timed entry slot here to avoid disappointment. Walk-ins will be permitted although entry time will depend on capacity in the galleries.
Entry times will be staggered although visitors will not be timed and are welcome to spend as much time in the exhibition as they would like.
Full access information is available here
Stream talks and recordings from the exhibition on Cinema 3
Sunday 1 August
Franco Rosso’s cult classic pulsates with an irresistible dub soundtrack, capturing South London’s Sound System culture in the early 1980s.
Friday 6 August
The Riots + Q&A
A unique screening of a recording documenting the play The Riots, directed by Gillian Slovo, based on accounts from those involved in the 2011 riots.
Saturday 7 August
Tottenham Rights & Forensic Architecture
A presentation, discussion and Q&A from Stafford Scott, coordinator of Tottenham Rights, and Forensic Architecture on the 10th anniversary of the English riots beginning in Tottenham.
Saturday 7 August
The Hard Stop + Q&A
This screening of The Hard Stop will be followed by a discussion and Q&A with director George Amponsah and co-writer Dionne Walker.
Saturday 21 August
The Institutionalisation of Racism
Guest speakers participate in a day’s programme of events considering the Institutionalisation of Racism in 20th and 21st century Britain.
Sunday 22 August
Young Rebels on the Streets: Racism and Resistance in Southall from 1976 to 1981
Guest speakers from The Monitoring Group examine Institutional Racism and the origins of their organisation.
Saturday 28 August
Broadwater Farm Revisited
A day-long event on the Broadwater Farm Youth Association and the story of the Tottenham Three.
Sunday 29 August
Ragamuffin + Q&A
A unique screening of a recording that documents Amani Naphtali’s play Ragamuffin, followed by a Q&A.
Saturday 4 September
Guest speakers interrogate the UK’s criminal justice system and the disproportionate policing and imprisonment of BAME individuals.
Saturday 18 September
Deaths in Custody
The United Families & Friends Campaign (UFFC) and charity INQUEST co-present on family campaigns followed by a screening of RIP Seni, and Suresh Grover (The Monitoring Group) and Yvette Williams (Justice for Grenfell) present on race and state accountability.
Sunday 19 September
Ultraviolence + Lawful Killing + Q&As
Screenings of documentaries Lawful Killing and Ultraviolence, followed by Q&As with directors Jaimie D’Cruz and Ken Fero. Introduced by War Inna Babylon co-curator Stafford Scott.
Tuesday 21 September
Members’ Tour of War Inna Babylon: The Community’s Struggle for Truths and Rights
Exclusive ICA Members guided tour led by exhibition curators Stafford Scott, Kamara Scott and Rianna Jade Parker.
Saturday 25 September
The People’s Verdict
The final event in the War Inna Babylon exhibition events programme takes a deeper look at the Forensic Architecture investigation in this discussion.
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