Events at The Former Middlesex Hospital Chapel
The glittering Hospital Chapel is now becoming easier to visit.
The Chapel now known as The Fitzrovia Chapel is often referred to as one of London’s genuinely hidden gems, the opening hours are being extended ahead of a new David Bowie exhibition.
David Bowie Photographs
An exhibition of quietly observed and beautiful images over a single day in 1992.
01 – 20 March; 11.00am - 6.00pm (closed Mondays), Free.
There are exciting plans to put on an exhibition of nurses’ uniforms later in the year.
The organisers are keen to track down Middlesex nurses who have stories about their uniforms and what they meant to them. Do you have an old uniform? Do you have your cape? Do you have your belt buckle?
This has the potential to be a real celebration of nursing I do hope you may be able to contribute and make it a great success.
Please get in touch if you have a uniform you could lend for the exhibition or any anecdotes by going to the Contact Us page and submitting a form.
Until recently the chapel was only open for general viewing on Wednesdays. This has changed.
It is generally open Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday; 11.00am - 5.00pm plus one Sunday a month. This can change if there is a special event – always check the web site: www.fitzroviachapel.org/events
The beauty of the chapel can be enjoyed from afar by visiting the website: www.fitzroviachapel.org/view-the-chapel
All the latest news on events at the Fitzrovia Chapel can be found at:
Private bookings can be made to use the chapel for concerts, recitals, lectures, receptions weddings and such like, subject to the current government restrictions.
Some Middlesex nurses’ set reunions have arranged to meet there, if any nurses have future plans get in touch with email@example.com to get details of the current rates.