From Alexander McQueen's mind-blowing retrospective to a Justin Timberlake dance workshop – we've got your weekend covered
Words by Cara SterioMore
EXHIBITION: Alexander McQueen – Savage Beauty
On everyone's hit list this weekend is the most talked about exhibition of 2015, Savage Beauty. The largest fashion exhibition the V&A have ever done, it is the first European show on the life and truly extraordinary talent of Alexander McQueen. With designs and fashion week videos ranging from his 1992 career-breaking graduate show (snapped up in its entirety by Isabella Blow) to his AW/10 collection – unfinished as he was working on it when he died, the whole experience is mesmerising. High points? It's hard to narrow it down – the armadillo shoes? The dress made of razor clam shells? The ethereal Kate Moss hologram? The spooky sado -masochistic face masks? We could go on….Just prepare to be blown away.
Tickets from £9 – March 13 to August 2, 2015. Opening times: 10-5:50pm. Cromwell Road, London
THEATRE: Lord of the Dance: Dangerous Games
Following a sold-out 2014 West End run, Lord of the Dance: Dangerous Games is back in London. Starring the flashing feet of the exceptionally talented Michael Flatley, the production is bigger than ever, with new stages, costumes and choreography. Expect an exhilarating mix of traditional and modern in electrifying performances.
March 13 – September 5, tickets from £29.50 Performances start at 2.30pm and 7.30pm Dominion Theatre, 268-269 Tottenham Court Road, London, W1T 7AQ dominiontheatre.com/