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Reinhard Kleist:
I See A Darkness

Reinhard Kleist joins us from Germany to celebrate the translation from SelfMadeHero of his award-winning graphic biography of the most famous country singer of all time, the legendary Johnny Cash. Entitled I See A Darkness, it covers Cash’s life from his early sessions with Elvis, through the Folsom Prison recordings to his spectacular comeback, and features lyrics from 23 of his famous songs. Join us for a special celebration of “The Man in Black”. More…

Tickets: £8 / £7 Concessions / £6 ICA Members
Where: Nash Room, ICA, The Mall, London
When: Sunday, November 22, 2009 - from 7pm


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