‘The most beautiful room in London you probably didn’t know about’ – The Telegraph
Our historic Grade II* listed secular chapel, originally part of the former Middlesex Hospital, was, for nearly a century, a place of quiet contemplation for staff, patients and visitors alike. It was restored in 2015 after years in darkness.
The Fitzrovia Chapel is an exquisite place to get married, celebrate, hold an event, or perform. It is open to the public for reflection and quiet contemplation each Wednesday between 11:00 and 16:00.
Do you have a piece of art that is important to you? If you are a Fitzrovia resident and would like to take part in our autumn exhibition, we’d love to hear from you. Email Kate at kate.thorogood@fitzroviachapel.org to find out more.  


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Please come and visit us on weekly open days or for group tours. The chapel is open for quiet thought.


An architectural masterpiece by John Loughborough Pearson and a place of contemplation and chaplaincy for the former Middlesex Hospital.


A beautiful central London venue in which to celebrate your marriage, the chapel provides a unique backdrop to your special day.


From filming to fashion shows – the Fitzrovia Chapel is available for commercial hire for events, such as drinks receptions, photoshoots and launches.


We are open every Wednesday from 11:00 to 16:00 for quiet reflection and contemplation and to view the beauty of the chapel. It is free and you don’t need a ticket. 


We celebrate the darkest of all Daphne du Maurier’s tales, The Birds. On Friday 14 September at 13:00 come and be terrified by the short story made famous in Hitchcock’s 1963 film. 


Novelist, writer, diplomat, teacher and pilot, E.R. Braithwaite is the name behind the iconic autobiographical novel To Sir With Love. On October 12 at 13:00, come and listen to extracts.  


Our autumn exhibition (14 to 28 November) is called dwelling. It focuses on ideas of beauty in homes around Fitzrovia. With thanks to Derwent London for their support.