The Fellowship’s famous Masterclasses are undergoing a transformation and are about to become bigger and better than ever before. They are making way for a whole host of all-new Fellowship’s ‘Hair & Vision’ events up and down the country in 2018.
They will kick off with a bang in London on March 19th, headlined by none other than Angelo Seminara. Hair & Vision promises to deliver all the elements of the existing Masterclass, but with an injection of extra inspiration and even more of an insight into the famous names on the bill. These sessions have always been about contemporary hairdressing visionaries presenting their best work to the industry in a more relaxed and intimate setting, inviting the audience to get up-close-and-personal with their hairdressing heroes. At Hair & Vision, expect all this and more – more interviews, more artists and more creativity!
London’s dose of Hair & Vision will be coming to Sway, an extravagant club and lounge located in the heart of Holborn, on Monday 19 March and the Fellowship are extremely excited to announce the sparkling constellation of masters on the evening’s line-up:
Akin Konizi (HOB Salons)
Alan Findlay (Rebel Rebel)
Anne Veck (Anne Veck Salons)
Johnny Shanahan (Barber Barber)
Jordanna Cobella (Cobella)
Junior Green (Junior Green)
Luke Benson (Luke Benson Hair)
Paul Jamieson (Mahogany)
Sam Burnett & Jamie Benny (Hare & Bone)
Sean Dawson (Electric)
Skyler McDonald (Sean Hanna)
Tina Farey (RUSH)
Timings: Doors open at 7pm, (start 7.30pm, finish 9pm);
Tickets: Contact Tracey on 01295 724579 or email@example.com (Members Free, Clubstar Free, Guests £35, Non Members £50). Early bird offer – 5 tickets for the price of 4, must be booked by 5th March to qualify.
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