Lawrence in Fitzrovia
Lawrence in Fitzrovia – Unveiling of the Marble Head
The Middlesex Hospital former chapel – now the Fitzrovia Chapel is holding an unveiling of The Marble Head. Lawrence (Lawrence Hayward born in 1961) a singer and songwriter, lived in Cleveland Street for many years. A new sculpture of Lawrence by Corin Johnson will be unveiled and displayed at the Fitzrovia Chapel from 26th January until 9th February.
Lawrence in Fitzrovia, part of the chapel’s 2024 cultural programme, will include a specially commissioned soundscape.
It is free to enter and you don’t need a ticket.
Open 11am to 6pm daily (closed Monday), Sunday 12 noon to 5pm
Visit the Fitzrovia Chapel website for more details.
Also for your interest, The Middlesex Hospital London website holds a new record of the Chapel’s stained glass and other artefacts.
Can you help?
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 with Angela Wedgwood: email@example.com if you have a uniform you could lend for the exhibition or any anecdotes.