Category: Literature

Christmas at the chapel with Dylan Thomas

As part of our Lineage programme celebrating the cultural history of Fitzrovia, we present A Child’s Christmas in Wales. This iconic festive piece was recorded in New York before celebrated Welsh poet, former resident of Fitzrovia and writer Dylan Thomas died there at the age of 39.   This event is part of our Wireless Contemplation series. We’d...

29 Nov 201718 Oct 2018

Barry Miles on pictures, publishing and Paul McCartney

Ahead of our Counterculture event at the end of October, author and cultural historian Barry Miles shares pages from his summer journal this year. He’s working on a new edition of In the Sixties and is selecting images, which triggers great memories. “If you can remember the 60s, then you must be Barry Miles” – The...

13 Oct 201718 Oct 2018

Celebrating Rimbaud at the Fitzrovia Chapel

Poet and Fitzrovia resident Arthur Rimbaud. Libertine, restless soul, lover of fellow writer Paul Verlaine. Join us to celebrate his legacy on the anniversary of his death. Sit and gaze at the breathtaking surroundings of the Fitzrovia Chapel while listening to Poesies in his native French. Event details: Friday 10 November, 13:00, free entry, part...

12 Sep 201718 Oct 2018