Tag: heritage

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...

Open House

Open House

As part of Open House London, we are open on Sunday 22 September to view the chapel, see the all-day photography exhibition and ask questions about our history, architecture and design. Building Loughborough Pearson’s red brick building is neat and unimposing from the outside, but inside it is a riot of Gothic Revival design. Golden...

Late Night Solo Concert

Late Night Solo Concert

Join FitzFest for the final event at the chapel for  2019. Enjoy the splendour of the Fitzrovia Chapel as you listen to this Late Night Solo Concert. Music: Pip Eastop ‘Set the Wild Echoes Flying’ – for Solo Natural Horn The music will be interspersed with poetry by Keats, Tennyson and Auden. These are poems...

Tour of the Fitzrovia Chapel

Tour of the Fitzrovia Chapel

Led by chapel Programme Curator, Kate Thorogood, this tour of the chapel will take us back to the fascinating design and build of the chapel as well as its role as hospital chapel and current position as a cultural centre in Fitzrovia. This event is free and part of the annual FitzFest festival. Donations would...

FitzFest at the Chapel

FitzFest at the Chapel

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...

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