TUES 6 JUNE The chapel will be open for our wedding open house between 4pm and 7pm. You don't need an appointment.
Discover a tranquil world of art, fashion & history
Visit, film, exhibit, wonder, marry, celebrate, record, listen, show, be. The Grade II*-listed Fitzrovia Chapel, once the chapel of the former Middlesex Hospital and now beautifully preserved and restored, is a stunning hidden gem in the heart of the city. Never consecrated, the nineteenth century chapel is a luminous place to get married, display a beautiful object, steep yourself in history and architecture or just sit and reflect.
Please note that we are closed to the public on Wednesday 31 May because of maintenance but will reopen on Wednesday 7 June.
11 to 17 June 2023
The Fitzrovia Arts Festival
The Fitzrovia Arts Festival celebrates the rich artistic past and present of London’s beloved bohemian postcode. It draws on the talents of the many internationally-acclaimed artists, performers and writers living in the area, and celebrates the achievements of many of the great figures of the past who have made Fitzrovia home.
Exhibitions & Events
A Concert by Anna Im
MON 12 JUNE A concert by violinist Anna Im (winner of the prestigious Michael Hill International Violin Competition). The evening’s programme includes works by Bach and Ysaye. This concert is free and is part of the Fitzrovia Arts Festival.
Voices of Fitzrovia
WEDS 14 JUNE, 7PM An anthology of words and music, compiled and performed by the poet Edward Barker and the musician David Ogilvy.
Summer Solstice: Choral Music by Gjielo, Ešenvalds & Whitacre
FRI 9 JUNE I Dodici brings you an evening of choral music for midsummer , conducted by Gabriel Chernick. Expect a sound bath of song through the centuries: including contemporary pieces by Norway's Gjielo, Latvia's Ešenvalds, American conductor-composer Eric Whitacre and more.
Take a virtual tour inside the chapel and explore our history, culture and stunning architecture.
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“The most beautiful room in London you probably didn’t know about”
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