The Fitzrovia Arts Festival is a remarkable thing. In the heart of one of the greatest cities in the world the community of Fitzrovia has come together to create an incredible event.
Due to the generosity of the sponsors, all Fitzrovia Arts Festival events are free.
Now in its sixth edition, the Fitzrovia Arts Festival celebrates the rich artistic past and present of London's beloved bohemian postcode. It draws on the talents of the many internationally-acclaimed artists, performers and writers living in the area, and celebrates the achievements of many of the great figures of the past who have made Fitzrovia home - from Benjamin Britten and Virginia Woolf, to George Bernard Shaw and Sidney Bechet.
With a programme of concerts (both classical and jazz), exhibitions, poetry readings, talks, walks, and performances, the Festival is a wonderful confirmation of the cultural continuity and community spirit of this unique London 'village'.
This year's venues include the Rebecca Hossack Art Gallery, The Fitzrovia Chapel, at Pearson Square, Pollock's Toy Museum, TJ Boulting Gallery, the Fitzrovia Community Centre, the Cartoon Museum, All Saints Church, and numerous pop-up locations around Fitzrovia.
Please keep an eye on the website as new events are appearing daily.