Weekend Events in London: Feb. 28 – Mar. 2

Hi Ashers! Another week goes by with new events in London to check out! Got a great event to add? Let us know in the comments!
Bailey’s Stardust Exhibition
Where: National Portrait Gallery
When: Until June 1st
Discover new portraits by international photographer David Bailey in this new exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery. These thought-provoking photographs include both the famous and anonymous in striking views. The rooms take you through Australia, East Africa and around the world in over 250 photographs personally selected and printed by Bailey. Don’t miss this incredible opportunity to be inspired for your A level art or photography class.
Isabella Blow: Fashion Galore!
Where: Somerset House
When: Until March 2nd
Don’t miss out on the chance to see this exhibition dedicated to Isabella Blow. This extremely popular exhibiton has been extended until this weekend and covers the life and fashion of a great British patron of fashion and art. Grab a friend who’s interested in fashion and gain some inspiration for A level art and design! For more information visit:

Barbican Weekender: We Create
Where: Barbican Centre
When: March 1st – 2nd
This weekend the Barbican is putting gon a two-day workshop and events that explore self-expression through technology. Arts and technology intersect to for image and identity through 3D printers, computer coding and animation workshops. For more information visit:
Flamenco Festival London
Where: Sadler’s Wells Theater
When: Until March 15th
Love to dance? Then don’t miss out on the annual Flamenco Festival that starts on March 1st! This two week flamenco festival brings together six of the biggest names in flamenco from around the world, including renowned dancer Sara Baras. The Flamenco Festival London is celebrating its 11th year and this fancy footwork is not to be missed! For more information visit:
Al Pacino Season At BFI Southbank
Where: BFI Southbank
When: Until March 20th
The BFI Southbank is gonna make you an offer you can’t refuse. Throughout March the BFI is showing Al Pacino movies in celebration of this great actor. Now’s your chance to see Al Pacino films to your heart’s content. For more information visit: