Tag: Fitzrovia

Alter Ceramic Exhibition

Alter Ceramic Exhibition

Cavaliero Finn’s Alter is an examination of the transformative qualities of clay and a belief in the transformative power of material thinking through innovation and experimentation. It features the works of ceramic arists including Matthew Chambers, Ashraf Hanna, Leah Jensen, Nicholas Lees and Annie Turner. Entrance to the exhibition is free. Image: Ashraf Hanna, series...

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,...

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Nina Hamnett – ‘Everybody was Furious’

Nina Hamnett – ‘Everybody was Furious’

The Fitzrovia Chapel presents a rare glance at the life and work of writer and artist Nina Hamnett through an intimate exhibition of rarely seen sketches. Everybody was Furious explores this often-overlooked Welsh artist who is central to the creative and cultural legacy of Fitzrovia as well as the wider art scene. Influenced by her...

Bohemian Tour of Fitzrovia

Bohemian Tour of Fitzrovia

The historical area of Fitzrovia, London, has a rich cultural past and fascinating stories attached to its nightlife (and indeed daylife). Starting at Goodge Street Underground Station, we explore the lives of actors, musicians, artists and literary figures that made their home in the pubs and cafes of Fitzrovia. Come and meet the people like...

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