Elephants of Amboseli, a trio of vultures poised on a branch, and a diminutive desert chameleon tiptoeing across the Namib sands form part of a new photography exhibition at the Fitzrovia Chapel. The April exhibition, Out of the Grey, features exquisite large-scale, black and white fine art images by London-based wildlife photographer Martin Sean. In...
Author: Madeleine Boomgaarden (Madeleine Boomgaarden)
A portrait of the artist Grayson Perry which was exhibited at the chapel earlier this year has just been awarded a top photography award. Birth by Richard Ansett has been given the Sony Word Photography Award in the portrait category. The image will now go forward to the final and an exhibition at Somerset House...
' Miss Nightingale arrived at Scutari—a suburb of Constantinople, on the Asiatic side of the Bosphorus—on November 4th, 1854; it was ten days after the battle of Balaclava, and the day before the battle of Inkerman.'
“For he will do
As he do do
And there's no doing anything about it!”
― T.S. Eliot, Old Possum's Book of Practical Cats
The Treasure in the Forest is the HG Wells short story you haven't heard. It's time for adventure in the chapel.