Tag: heritage

Visit Big Brother at the chapel in June

Visit Big Brother at the chapel in June

Big Brother looms as large in our lives as he did in 1949 when George Orwell introduced him to the world in the novel 1984. With a history of bannings and court challenges, the book still deserves its iconic and provocative reputation. Come and hear the slogans, the Newspeak, the fiction turned fact in this...

18 May 201818 Oct 2018

Women of Fitzrovia on International Women’s Day

Women of Fitzrovia on International Women’s Day Introduction Thursday 8 March  signals International Women’s Day across the world. This year we’re inviting you to the chapel to help us celebrate famous women associated with Fitzrovia. The writers The audio presentation, held at 13:00 on the day itself, will focus on women including  Virginia Woolf, Caitlin...

25 Jan 201818 Oct 2018

Celebrating LGBT History Month in February

Celebrating LGBT History Month Introduction In February, help us to mark LGBT History Month by joining us at our free lunchtime event celebrating LGBTQ writers who all have a strong Fitzrovia connection. The writers The audio presentation, held on Friday 16 February at 13:00, will include contributions from the treasured works of writers including Rupert...

24 Jan 201818 Oct 2018

Christmas at the chapel with Dylan Thomas

As part of our Lineage programme celebrating the cultural history of Fitzrovia, we present A Child’s Christmas in Wales. This iconic festive piece was recorded in New York before celebrated Welsh poet, former resident of Fitzrovia and writer Dylan Thomas died there at the age of 39.   This event is part of our Wireless Contemplation series. We’d...

29 Nov 201718 Oct 2018