Lily Allen and Bryan Ferry will headline a special concert to raise money for Britain’s original, not-for-profit multi-disciplinary arts centre next month.

The singers will join Temposhark, Samuel and the Dragon, The Cocknbullkid and I Blame Coco at the gig to benefit the Institute of Contemporary Art in London. Established in 1947 by a collective of artists, poets and writers to explore contemporary culture across the broadest platforms, the ICA has been at the forefront of artistic experiment since its formation and has presented some of the most radical exhibitions, artists, films, music and thought to have shaped our world. It continues today as a dedicated space for new, experimental and independent arts practice and ideas.

The show takes place at Camden’s Koko on March 24, with tickets priced at £95. To book or find out more info, click here.

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