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Share your views about the Fitzrovia Chapel

Share your views about the Fitzrovia Chapel

The Fitzrovia Chapel has stood in the very heart of Fitzrovia, central London, since 1891. Firstly as the chapel of the Middlesex Hospital and most recently as a building in its own right. It reopened in 2015 as a heritage space and charity for arts and the community. Happily opening again after lockdown (our first...

19 May 202119 May 2021
With Fists, it Kicks, it Bites

With Fists, it Kicks, it Bites

The Royal College of Art and associated Fitzrovia galleries are delighted to announce the collaborative exhibition With Fists, It Kicks, It Bites. The exhibition by the 2020 graduating students of the RCA MA Photography course, will be divided across the physical gallery spaces of Edel Assanti, TJ Boulting and Webber Gallery, as well as the...

7 Aug 202018 Aug 2020
Artist Tom Croft Brings Portraits of NHS Heroes to Fitzrovia Chapel

Artist Tom Croft Brings Portraits of NHS Heroes to Fitzrovia Chapel

Artist Tom Croft has created a virtual exhibition (installed and scanned observing strict government guidelines) at the Fitzrovia Chapel showcasing portraits of NHS staff, created during the current crisis. The exhibition incorporates work by 15 artists, all members of the Contemporary British Portrait Painters (CBPP), which represents many of the top portrait painters living and...

28 May 202028 May 2020
Faye Hughes to step down as the Fitzrovia Chapel’s artistic director in spring 2020

Faye Hughes to step down as the Fitzrovia Chapel’s artistic director in spring 2020

Faye joined the chapel in the summer of 2016 as the its founding artistic director. In addition to her successes in establishing the chapel’s essential business strategy, including exciting and enduring partnerships with galleries, festivals and brands and as Westminster’s leading wedding venue, she designed and curated the cultural programme, Lineage. Lineage, which includes an...

20 Mar 202020 Mar 2020
We’ll be shut for a while

We’ll be shut for a while

Dear Chapel Friends, The government advised us all yesterday that we should stop non-essential contact with others and unnecessary travel. They have also asked us to avoid social venues. As you know, this advice is in relation to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. To help protect our visitors, staff, volunteers and the wider community, we have...

17 Mar 202017 Mar 2020