3 Nov 2004
Tim Booth plays the ICA on Thursday 11 November - a reminder. From the ICA website: "He may have shaved his head and grown a beard, but there is no mistaking Tim Booth, former frontman of James, actor, writer and musician."



"Lyrics that effortlessly marry ecology, Hare Krishna and hard sex. Q."



ICA Theatre

The Mall (at the foot of the Duke of York steps)

London SW1

Thursday 11 November

7.30pm

£16 (may possibly also have to pay day membership fee of £1.50)

Tel: 020 7930 3647

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