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Friday 16 June

What a fabulous Friday morning! Acclaimed writer Matthew Sturgis took us on a wondrous tour of some of Fitzrovia's lesser known artists and cultural figures. From Winnifred Gill, a crucial member of the Omega artists workshop, to Richard Wilson, critically recognised as the father of British landscape painting, Matthew uncovered these amazing artists and their often unassuming Fitzrovia addresses.


At the Rebecca Hossack Art Gallery on Friday evening, actor and director Nick Moran and pianist Clifford Slapper performed a piano and voice interpretation of David Bowie's Aladdin Sane album in celebration of 50 years since the iconic album's release. The gallery was bustling - welcoming Bowie superfans and novices alike.


The final concert of the festival to be held in The Fitzrovia Chapel was a wonderful evening concert by the City of London Sinfonia Wind Quintet who performed a myriad of works by Beach, McDowell and Onslow. It was a magical way to finish a Friday evening.

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