Your Visit

There are many reasons to visit the Fitzrovia Chapel:

 

Enjoy the peace in quiet contemplation

The chapel’s original purpose was to provide a place for reflection and quiet contemplation for the staff and patients of The Middlesex Hospital. We continue this tradition, opening the chapel on Wednesdays to the public. Between 11:00 and 16:00, visitors are welcome to learn more of the chapel’s history, appreciate its breathtaking architecture or to ‘just be’ in the calm and serene surroundings. There is no charge and visitors do not need to book.

Plan or attend a wedding or civil partnership

After time restoring the chapel to a real place of unique beauty, we launched as a wedding venue in January 2017. We now offer tailored packages to celebrate your happy occasion in an exquisite historical location. Find out more about weddings at the chapel.

Be part of a group tour

Group tours of the chapel are available but booking is essential. You will hear about the important history of the chapel and its place within The Middlesex Hospital, its art and architecture, and its recent restoration. There is a charge for a guided tour. Please book by emailing info@fitzroviachapel.org.

Attend an event

Art exhibitions, workshops and talks are held at the chapel throughout the year. Forthcoming events include the Icons of Time (memories of the 2011 Japanese tsunami)  photography exhibition in May, Fitzfest in June and the Allegri String Quartet on 16th June. Please email us to find out more information: info@fitzroviachapel.org.

“tailored packages to celebrate your happy occasion”

Book us for filming or a photo shoot

You may have spotted the chapel in the BBC series Apple Tree Yard? Or heard the track Wrap Up Warm by Aled Rheon, recorded in the chapel? We’re a stunning backdrop for many photo or film shoots. Please enquire about hiring us by emailing info@fitzroviachapel.org.

Come see an exhibition

Our exquisite chapel was designed as a sanctuary for the hardworking staff of The Middlesex Hospital. Its beauty provided a haven for them in troubling times and visitors tell us it inspired them to continue their tireless work. With the importance of beauty in mind, we regularly host exhibitions in the chapel.

These are publicised on our events page, on our social media channels and via other local networks. A recent exhibition, curated by TJ Boulting, was Stephanie Quayle’s Jenga.

Host your event at the chapel

From meetings to launches and from drinks parties to after-shows, the chapel is an inspiring venue to relax, learn, mix and mingle. Hirers have included Katie Melua (album launch), The Sixteen, Arts Council England and Trolley Books. We look forward to welcoming Phoebe English for Fashion Week, and The Allegri Quartet and Royal Academy in 2017.