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Ctrl.Alt.Shift Unmask Corruption:
Music & Comics Night




Ctrl.Alt.Shift and Comica present an evening of live music and djs to celebrate the release of their ‘Ctrl.Alt.Shift Unmasks Corruption’ comic, featuring over 30 contributions from the world’s best comic artists and graphic novelists, including Bryan Talbot, Dave McKean and Pat Mills, who have each explored the subject of corruption.

Featuring a live performance from Dev Hynes (aka Lightspeed Champion / Test Icicles) who will perform songs from his newest project, Blood Orange. Plus a dj set from comic artist Woodrow Phoenix and more. More…

Tickets: £9, ICA Members £8
Where: Theatre, ICA, The Mall, London
When: Tuesday, November 10, 2009 - 7pm til 1am

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