metro/ICA special offer
Friday 27 January 1995
This is the second week of a season of association between the Independent and the ICA that offers readers a three-month introductory membership for £5 - which provides a monthly newsletter, unlimited free admission to exhibitions for you and a guest, aswell as the ICA's other facilities, plus a series of special offers.
This week's offer is Suture, the highly acclaimed new film noir. A pair of free tickets for the 6.45pm screening today will be given to the first 10 readers to approach the ICA box office, after 6pm, with a copy of metro.
To take advantage of the special membership offer, contact the ICA box office either in person, by post, or telephone. ICA, The Mall, SW1 (0171-930 3647).
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