Category: Art

Women of Fitzrovia on International Women’s Day

Women of Fitzrovia on International Women’s Day Introduction Thursday 8 March  signals International Women’s Day across the world. This year we’re inviting you to the chapel to help us celebrate famous women associated with Fitzrovia. The writers The audio presentation, held at 13:00 on the day itself, will focus on women including  Virginia Woolf, Caitlin...

25 Jan 201818 Oct 2018

Looking for Alice

Looking For Alice is an award-winning project by British photographer Sian Davey, which tells the story of her daughter Alice and their family. Alice was born with Down’s Syndrome, but is no different to any other little girl or indeed human being. She feels what we all feel. Their family is also like many other...

28 Nov 201718 Oct 2018

The Ward on World Aids Day

To mark World Aids Day on Friday 1 December, we are opening The Ward exhibition for a further opportunity to view it before it closes on Sunday. You can visit between 18:30 and 20:30. On the last day of the exhibition, the photographer Gideon Mendel will take one image of visitors, families, patients, volunteers and staff...

28 Nov 201718 Oct 2018

Tour The Ward with Gideon Mendel

Join photographer Gideon Mendel for a walk through his exhibition, The Ward, at The Fitzrovia Chapel on Sunday 12 November at 14:30. In1993, Gideon Mendel spent a number of weeks photographing the Broderip and Charles Bell wards in London’s Middlesex Hospital as part of the ‘Positive Lives’ project. The Broderip was the first AIDS ward in...

8 Nov 201718 Oct 2018

The Ward: No More Secrets

The Ward: No More Secrets When I first saw Gideon Mendel’s photographs (part of The Ward exhibition) of John, Stephen, Ian and André, I thought how beautiful they are, and how brave. The pictures were taken in 1993, the same year a friend of mine died. He was an Irish artist. I wouldn’t ever have...

19 Oct 201718 Oct 2018