Weekend Events in London: Feb. 7-9

Hi Ashers! New events for this weekend in London. Got a great event to add? Let us know in the comments!
Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize 2013

When: FINAL WEEKEND! Until Feb. 9th
Where: National Portrait Gallery
Don’t miss the final weekend of the Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize Exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery. This exhibition contains sixty portraits by contemporary photographers around the world. Whether casual or formal, spontaneous or arranged, friends or strangers, these portraits will inspire and amaze you. For more information visit:
Underground Art

When: Until Feb. 28th
Where: Oxford House, Bethnal Green
How long do you think it would take to visit every Underground station? For artist Ross Ashmore the answer was 3 years! He painted all 267 Underground stations which are shown in the new exhibition at Oxford House in Bethnal Green. Search for you local Underground station and share the experience with your A level art classes!
Guildhall School of Music Performance
When: 7:30pm-10pm, Feb. 8th
Where: Jerwood Hall, LSO St. Luke’s
Don’t miss this opportunity to listen to the next generation of orchestral musicians perform for FREE! LSO Principal Viola Paul Silverthorne will conduct the musicians of the Orchestral Artisty course. Stop by and be amazed by the talent of these musicians. For more information visit:
VIP Music Fair
When: 10am – 3:30 pm, Feb. 8th
Where: Westminster Central Hall
Interested in music? Always searching for a new album or that perfect vinyl? Visit the VIP music fair which offers an amazing selection of CDs, vinyl, and various music memorabilia. Every genre of music is available and take the opportunity to talk to fellow artists about their experiences in the industry.
Snowdrop Days

When: 10am-4pm, Feb. 8th-16th
Where: Chelsea Physic Garden
Need a little bit of nature in the middle of London? Look no further than the Chelsea Physic Garden’s celebration of the snowdrop. Don’t know anything about horticulture? No problem! Take the free guided tour of the selection of snowdrop and other winter flowers. For more information check out the website: