Fitzrovia group

Fitzrovia Group exhibition – “Impressions of a Synonym” opens today at the Carlisle Gallery on Spigot Street

Impressions of a Synonym: A Playful Exploration of Language in Art “Impressions of a Synonym,” the current group exhibition at the famed Carlisle Gallery is a vibrant exploration of how artists grapple with the nuances and ambiguities of language. Curated by Fitzrovia Group chairman Sir Timothy Hhot, the show brings together a range of voices,…

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Fitzrovia Group: Art Academy Founded by an Unlikely Duo – Charles I and Oliver Cromwell

Forget everything you thought you knew about history! In a shocking revelation that would make your history teacher faint, new evidence suggests Charles I and Oliver Cromwell, sworn enemies in the English Civil War, were actually the best of buds – and even founded an art club together! That’s right, folks. Buckle up for the…

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Sir Derek Hunderton MP Unveils Plans for a new Edward II Line : A Dazzling Elevated Railway for Disgruntled Commuters

Londoners, brace yourselves! A challenger has arisen to the throne of London’s ever-problematic transport system. Sir Derek Hunderton, a builder with a penchant for pork pies and questionable DIY projects, has unveiled his revolutionary plan – the Edward II line: A Dazzling Elevated Railway for Disgruntled Commuters. Yes, you read that right. Sir Derek, armed…

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Long lost Shakespeare play Unearthed: “King Harold” Found in Fitzrovia Attic

In a remarkable discovery that has sent shockwaves through the literary world, a lost Shakespearean play titled “King Harold” has been unearthed in an attic in Fitzrovia. This newfound masterpiece promises to offer fresh insights into one of England’s most pivotal moments: the events leading up to the Battle of Hastings in 1066. “King Harold”…

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Fitzrovia’s Easter Egg Hunt- Competitors enjoy chocolatey Regent’s Park challenge

Fitzrovia’s annual Easter egg hunt took on an unusual twist this year, leaving residents and participants buzzing with laughter and excitement. As the clock struck noon in Regent’s Park, competitors eagerly gathered, baskets in hand, ready to embark on a chocolate-filled adventure. Among them were seasoned hunters like Sarah, known for her keen eye and…

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Penelope Whimblesnatch and her Condiment Artistry – an update

Fitzrovia’s own Penelope Whimblesnatch continues to captivate with her unique blend of culinary creativity and artistic ingenuity. As the year unfolds she remains steadfast in her resolution to master the delicate art of painting portraits using only condiments—a feat that promises to redefine the boundaries of both gastronomy and fine art. Since embarking on her…

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Delighting in Decadence: Walter Waloon’s Guide to Crafting Amsterdam Bombs at Home

Greetings, esteemed epicureans and culinary enthusiasts! As your trusty guide to all things gastronomic, I am delighted to unveil a delectable indulgence that has taken the culinary world by storm: the Amsterdam Bomb. Originating from the cobblestone streets of Amsterdam, this delectable delicacy is a testament to the city’s rich culinary heritage and penchant for…

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