Tag: Middlesex Hospital

Medical Walk of Fitzrovia

Medical Walk of Fitzrovia

The historical area of Fitzrovia, London, has a rich medical past and fascinating stories attached to its former hospitals and workhouse. This walk starts outside Warren Street Underground Station. It explores the medical associations of the Fitzrovia area, including the first private hospital in London, a number of smaller hospitals that occupied grand houses in...

‘Will it Bring them to their Knees?’ The Fascinating Evolution of the Fitzrovia Chapel

‘Will it Bring them to their Knees?’ The Fascinating Evolution of the Fitzrovia Chapel

In this article, we reflect on the fascinating life of the Middlesex Hospital’s chapel, moving from its days in the courtyard at the centre of the hospital though to its current iteration as a community arts space and events venue. The urban and social context of such a rare and unique place is key to understanding...

16 Sep 201916 Sep 2019

The Ward in the News

The chapel’s first photography exhibition, The Ward, has been featured and reviewed online and in print. This has included Wallpaper, British Journal of Photography and AnOther Magazine. BBC News also ran a feature.

23 Nov 20175 Oct 2018

Tour The Ward with Gideon Mendel

Join photographer Gideon Mendel for a walk through his exhibition, The Ward, at The Fitzrovia Chapel on Sunday 12 November at 14:30. In1993, Gideon Mendel spent a number of weeks photographing the Broderip and Charles Bell wards in London’s Middlesex Hospital as part of the ‘Positive Lives’ project. The Broderip was the first AIDS ward in...

8 Nov 201718 Oct 2018