Tag: Fitzrovia

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...

Black History Month at the Chapel

Black History Month at the Chapel

Black History month in the UK is a celebration of the black British community and its history. A mural on Tottenham Street in Fitzrovia commemorates, amongst others, the lives of historical figures connected to the area who played significant roles in the abolitionist and anti-apartheid movements. One of these people is Olaudah Equiano, who wrote...

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...

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 20207 Aug 2020
Pride at the Chapel

Pride at the Chapel

Across London and the UK, Pride celebrations mark the struggles lived in pursuit of the right to live and love as yourself, and celebrate the history of the LGBT+ community. The Fitzrovia Chapel believes that love is love, and is glad to be a place where all couples are welcome to express that love through...