Tag: Fitzrovia Chapel

Season by Season – Winter

Season by Season – Winter

As a hospital chapel, the Fitzrovia Chapel hosted many meaningful gatherings for visitors, staff and patients. In celebration, grief, or times of uncertainty, the chapel remained a place of rest, providing a space for thought and calm. It remains a sanctuary from the noise of urban life to this day. With this gentle tradition in...

Christmas at the Chapel

Christmas at the Chapel

The winter season is always special at the chapel, and our golden ceiling sees many important moments as couples, friends, families and organisations choose to celebrate Christmas beneath it at the closing of the year. From iconic Christmas stories to Victorian literary traditions and childhood memoirs, at Wireless Contemplation we celebrate the darker months with...

Season by Season – Autumn

Season by Season – Autumn

As a hospital chapel, the Fitzrovia Chapel hosted many meaningful gatherings for visitors, staff and patients. In celebration, grief, or times of uncertainty, the chapel remained a place of rest, providing a space for thought and calm. It remains a sanctuary from the noise of urban life to this day. With this gentle tradition in...

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
Telling the Truth about Nina Hamnett

Telling the Truth about Nina Hamnett

In our autumn exhibition, Nina Hamnett – ‘Everybody was Furious’, we offer a rare glimpse at the life and legacy of former Fitzrovia resident, artist Nina Hamnett. The show displays six rarely exhibited sketches by the ‘Queen of Bohemia’ (kindly loaned from the museum in her home town of Tenby)  set under the chapel’s golden ceiling,...

9 Nov 201922 Jan 2020