Tag: Fitzrovia

Fifty Years On – 1971 to 2021

Fifty Years On – 1971 to 2021

A photographic exhibition marking 50 years in his Fitzrovia darkroom: back by popular demand for an extra week! Adrian Ensor, one of Britain’s finest black and white photographic printers, has been working in his darkroom just off Fitzroy Square for 50 years. Over these five decades, Adrian developed a deep and visceral understanding of what...

Kodaly Sonata for Solo Cello

Kodaly Sonata for Solo Cello

Come along to a free lunchtime concert at the chapel, part of the Fitzrovia Arts Festival. You don’t need a ticket. Just turn up. Now in its fifth year, the Fitzrovia Arts Festival celebrates Fitzrovia’s rich and diverse artistic past. Fitzrovia Arts Festival is the first and only community music festival to honour the artistic heritage of...

Music for Viola and Oboe

Music for Viola and Oboe

Come along to a free lunchtime concert at the chapel, part of the Fitzrovia Arts Festival. You don’t need a ticket. Just turn up. This concert will include music by Krenek, Telemann and Britten. Now in its fifth year, the Fitzrovia Arts Festival celebrates Fitzrovia’s rich and diverse artistic past. Fitzrovia Arts Festival is the...

Music for Oboe and Strings

Music for Oboe and Strings

Come along to a free lunchtime concert at the chapel, part of the Fitzrovia Arts Festival. You don’t need a ticket. Just turn up. Now in its fifth year, the Fitzrovia Arts Festival celebrates Fitzrovia’s rich and diverse artistic past. Fitzrovia Arts Festival is the first and only community music festival to honour the artistic...

Open Day

The chapel is open each Wednesday from 11:00 to 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.