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May 2019

15
May
Wednesday
Blue Skies Project

Blue Skies Project

15 May 11:00 - 19 May 18:00
Fitzrovia Chapel, 2 Pearson Square, Fitzrovia
London, W1T 3BF United Kingdom

The Blue Skies Project displays 1,078 photos of the sky above the last known location of every former Nazi concentration camp. They have been taken by Belgian artist Anton Kusters and will be accompanied by an audio work by Ruben Samama. They track 13 years in real time from the date of the opening of the first camp to the closure of the last. This is the first time that this installation has been displayed in the capital and will…

22
May
Wednesday
Open Day

Open Day

22 May 11:00 - 16:00
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An event every week that begins at 11:00am on Wednesday, repeating until 6 November 2019

Fitzrovia Chapel, 2 Pearson Square, Fitzrovia
London, W1T 3BF United Kingdom

The chapel is open each Wednesday between 11:00 and 16:00 for quiet contemplation and reflection. It is also an opportunity to view the beautiful design and architecture and find out about our history. Entry is free and everyone is welcome.

24
May
Friday
Old Possum’s Book of Practical Cats

Old Possum’s Book of Practical Cats

24 May 13:00 - 13:30
Fitzrovia Chapel, 2 Pearson Square, Fitzrovia
London, W1T 3BF United Kingdom

Poet, dramatist, literary critic, editor Thomas Stearns Eliot is widely acknowledged as being one of the finest writers of the twentieth century. Author of some of the best-loved poems in the English language as well as plays such as Murder in the Cathedral and The Cocktail Party, he was awarded The Nobel Prize in Literature in 1948. Old Possum's Book of Practical Cats can safely be classed as perhaps his lightest piece of work. 'Old Possum' was Ezra Pound's nickname…

June 2019

01
June
Saturday
Medical Walk of Fitzrovia

Medical Walk of Fitzrovia

1 June 15:00 - 16:45
Fitzrovia Chapel, 2 Pearson Square, Fitzrovia
London, W1T 3BF United Kingdom

The historical area of Fitzrovia, London, has a rich medical past and fascinating stories attached to its former hospitals and workhouse. This walk starts outside Warren Street Underground Station. It explores the medical associations of the Fitzrovia area, including the first private hospital in London, a number of smaller hospitals that occupied grand houses in Fitzroy Square, the story of the birth of family planning, a major nurses home established by the famous Astor family, a Georgian workhouse known by…

07
June
Friday
Lytton Strachey’s Eminent Victorians – Florence Nightingale

Lytton Strachey’s Eminent Victorians – Florence Nightingale

7 June 13:00 - 13:30

'She spent the intervals of the London season in ragged schools and workhouses. When she went abroad with her family, she used her spare time so well that there was hardly a great hospital in Europe with which she was not acquainted, hardly a great city whose slums she had not passed through.' Lytton Strachey was a founder of the Bloomsbury Group and famous for developing a new type of biography. First published in 1918, his Eminent Victorians followed the…

19
June
Wednesday
FitzFest at the Chapel

FitzFest at the Chapel

19 June 09:30 - 22 June 23:00
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An event every day that begins at 9:30am, repeating until 22 June 2019

Fitzrovia Chapel, 2 Pearson Square, Fitzrovia
London, W1T 3BF United Kingdom

Between 19 and 23 June, FitzFest, the annual festival of arts and culture centred on Fitzrovia, will be holding events throughout the area, with many taking place in the chapel. We are again pleased to host concerts, yoga, poetry readings and Wireless Contemplation sessions. Some of these are free, others low cost. We have listed all the events individually here in our What's On Section. Here are some of the highlights: An Evening of Benjamin Britten Yoga at the Chapel…

19
June
Wednesday
An Evening of Benjamin Britten

An Evening of Benjamin Britten

19 June 19:30 - 22:00
Fitzrovia Chapel, 2 Pearson Square, Fitzrovia
London, W1T 3BF United Kingdom

Come along to the opening night of FitzFest 2019 at the gorgeous Fitzrovia Chapel. The annual cultural festival presents a gala chamber music concert called An Evening with Benjamin Britten. Britten was a famous Fitzrovian! The event will be introduced by Nick Moran and Gary Kemp. Programme: Phantasy Quartet (1932) Etude for solo viola (1929) Cello Suite no.1 (1964) INTERVAL Six Metamorphoses after Ovid (1951) Three Divertimenti (1933) Musicians: Daniel Bates oboe Bea Phillips violin Laura Lutzke violin Adam Newman…

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