London Festival of Architecture – Fitzrovia Events

London Festival of Architecture in Fitzrovia 2024

Fitzrovia is an exciting new Destination for LFA2024 which draws on its wealth of architectural and design talent to reimagine built projects and spaces for a new future. The 2024 festival theme is ‘Reimagine,’ which is particularly relevant to Fitzrovia, where imagination meets creativity. 

Rabbit Warren Street has transformed the space outside Warren Street tube station to demonstrate how a temporary intervention can turn a space into a useful and informative place. It encourages people to use the less congested streets in Fitzrovia whilst discovering interesting independent retail and hospitality venues. See the Rabbit Warren Street installation before 30 June 2024/

Check out the LFA events being held in Fitzrovia this June. You can read more and sign up on the LFA website.

Warren Rabbit Street Offers in June

Please note, these offers may be subject to change.

Plus enjoy 20% off their A La Carte Menu when presenting this flyer in store when you book direct. Offer valid until the 31st August.

Make a booking with SkinCare Essentials during the two-day street party and get 20% off a future hair or skincare appointment.

Get 10% off your appointment for the whole month of June when you quote TFP when booking at My Hair Bar.

New clients get 20% off haircuts for the entire month of June when booking with Transition Salon.

Pop into store during the street party for quick hair consultations and hair product samples.

Pop into the Tanning Shop on 6 and 7 of June for 25% off their new customer 30-minute taster package. Plus get 25% off your first bottle of lotion. 

They will also be giving out samples of their Tanning Boost Beauty and Tanning Drink across the two days. *T&Cs apply

Until the end of June, new clients can enjoy the Skin MOT treatment for £60 instead of £75 when booking on 6th & 7th June.

Events in June in Fitzrovia

Please note, these offers may be subject to change.

Architecture for a Changing World: Rethinking the Future
FCB Studios

1 – 28 June | 09:00 – 17:30
FCB Studios W1T 4RG

An immersive and interactive architectural exhibition looking at how the industry can face the challenges ahead.


A tour of Heal's iconic flagship store

5, 19 and 26 June | 11:00 – 12:00
Heal’s W1T 7LQ

Join Heal’s for a tour of their Tottenham Court Road store, home to the brand since 1818.

Walks and tours

Reimagine. Rethink. Reengineer.
Price & Myers

6 June | 18:00 – 21:00
Price & Myers WC1E 7DP

Price & Myers welcomes you to their London studio to see how structural and civil engineering help to reimagine the places we live in and share.

Studio Lates

Painted Fabric Portraits of Fitzrovia
Fitzrovia Community Centre

6, 13, 20 and 27 June | 13:00 – 15:30
Fitzrovia Community Centre W1W 6DL

As part of the Design and Make Course with Linda from Camden Adult and Community Learning, four sessions in June will focus on Reimagining Fitzrovia.


Little People Reimagine Fitzrovia
Fitzrovia Community Centre

6, 13, 20 and 27 June | 10:00 – 11:30
Fitzrovia Community Centre ​W1W 6DL

Join Fitzrovia Community Centre every Thursday during the month of June for fun, creative activities to inspire your little ones to Reimagine the world around them.

Family events

Reimagine Fitzrovia through Art for Wellness
Fitzrovia Community Centre

7, 14, 21 and 28 June | 11:15 – 12:45
Fitzrovia Community Centre W1W 6DL

Workshops using mindful art practices to Reimagine Fitzrovia. Each workshop will be standalone, and participants are welcome to join one or all.


Reimagining Women's Work
Part W

12 June | 18:00 – 21:00
FCB studios W1T 4RG

Reimagining Women’s Work is a chance to hear about Part W’s latest mapping project, and learn how others can get involved in feminist mapping activities to contribute towards transformative change.

Talks and debates / Workshop

On The Beat from Bloomsbury to Fitzrovia
Camden Tour Guides Association

15 June | 11:00 -12:30
Starting point outside the front of Russell Square Underground Station in Bernard Street

A guided walking workshop through Fitzrovia, teaching visitors about embodied research methods in urban design.


Reimagining the City Through the Body: a body mapping walking workshop
Fi Smith

15 June | 14:00-15:15
Bedford Square Garden WC1B 3HH

A guided walking workshop through Fitzrovia, teaching visitors about embodied research methods in urban design.


The New Ecological Brick
University of Westminster

17 – 24 June | 7:00 -18:30
The Building Society SE5 8AW

A window display at The Building Society will show case 3 ecological brick prototypes which will encourage biodiversity through bio-mineralisation and green growing surfaces. The bricks are designed by University of Westminster architecture students with the brick company Bulmer Brick and Tile who have been creating bricks from their Suffolk site for over 400 years with local clay quarried from the site.


Retrofit Meets: Reimagining Commercial Spaces
Building Centre

19 June | 18:00 – 19:30
Building Centre WC1E 7BT

A panel discussion bringing together architects, engineers and product manufacturers to discuss how they used their skills to retrofit disused and underused commercial spaces to achieve energy efficiency.

Talks and debates

Fitzrovia Arts Festival

6 – 22 June | 19:00 – 20:00
Fitzrovia Chapel W1T 3BF

Entering its eighth 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.


Sunday 16 June at Warren Mews

4pm-5pm | Dog Competition – Who is the best dog in Fitzrovia?
Bring your dog along to the dog competition.
Prize: Dog commission painting by Jesse Brown

5pm-6:30pm | Dancing in the Streets
Concert with international Divas Claudia & Cathy

Monday 17 June at Rebecca Hossack Art Gallery, Conway Street

9am-10am | Yoga with Amparo Rodrigues (bring own mat)

1pm | Local Artist Jesse Brown Paintings of Fitzrovia Exhibition,
An exhibition by artist Jesse Brown. Come and meet the artist! The exhibition can be viewed throughout the festival.

2pm-4pm | Fitzrovia Literary Walking Tour
The Writers and Poets of Fitzrovia’s Historic Artistic Past. Led by Local Writer and Host Matthew Sturgis

Monday 17 June at Fitzrovia Chapel, Pearson Sq

7pm-8pm | Evening Concert: Ayla Sahin Solo Violin Recital

Tuesday 18 June at Rebecca Hossack Art Gallery, Conway Street

9am-10am | Yoga with Amparo Rodrigues (bring own mat)

11am-12pm | Fitzrovia Literary Talk
The Writers and Artists Who Once Called Fitzrovia Home

Tuesday 18 June at Lore of the Land, Conway Street

5:30pm-6:30pm | Discussion Group on Beekeeping

Tuesday 18 June at Fitzrovia Chapel, Pearson Sq

7pm-8pm | Evening Concert: Insect Pieces
Music Inspired by Bees and Insects

Wednesday 19 June at Rebecca Hossack Art Gallery, Conway Street

9am-10am Yoga with Amparo Rodrigues
(bring own mat)

1:15pm-2pm Lunchtime Concert

6:30pm-7:30pm Poetry Readings with Renowned Poet Edward Barker


Wednesday 19 June at All Souls Church Clubhouse, Cleveland Street

11:30am-12pm Lunch Club Concert

Thursday 20 June at Rebecca Hossack Art Gallery, Conway Street

9am-10am | Yoga with Amparo Rodrigues
(bring own mat)

1pm-3pm |  Local Artist Hanife Kiatip Discusses Painting From a Wheelchair

Thursday 20 June at Fitzrovia Community Centre, Foley Street

3.45pm-4.30pm: Concert for Children

Thursday 20 June at Fitzrovia Chapel, Pearson Sq

9pm-9.45pm: Evening Concert: Inspired by Architecture
This Year in Collaboration with the London Festival of Architecture


Friday 21 June at Rebecca Hossack Art Gallery, Conway Street

9am-10am | Yoga with Amparo Rodrigues
(bring own mat)

5pm-6pm Local Actor Nick Moran in conversation with photographer Hannah Deller: Capturing life on the Covid Wards

Friday 21 June at Farmers Cafe, Conway Street

7:30pm-8:30pm A magical evening of Persian music, food and drinks at a local establishment

Saturday 22 June at Rebecca Hossack Art Gallery, Conway Street

9am-10am | Yoga with Amparo Rodrigues
(bring own mat)

10:30am-12:30pm | Drop in Children’s Art Workshop
Drop in any time to inspire your little ones.

7pm onwards | 25th Anniversary Screening of BAFTA Award Winning Film, Christie Malry’s Own Double Entry, followed by Q&A with Leading Actor Nick Moran

Saturday 22 June at Warren Mews

11am-4pm | National Garden Scheme: Open Garden in Warren Mews to Gather Garden Enthusiasts and Raise Money for the National Garden Scheme

The Big Biodiversity Bash
Useful Simple

20 June | 17:00 – 20:00
FCB Studios W1T 4RG

A light-heart panel debate on the very serious issues of biodiversity and regeneration in the built environment.

Panel discussions

Re-imagining an Intersectional London through Diverse Narratives
Women in Architecture

20 June 
The Building Society W1T 4AH 

This event will explore the relationship between social inequalities and how people experience places through multiple mediums and formats, re-imagining an intersectional London through diverse narratives.

Talks and debates

Architectural Association Projects Review
Architectural Association

21 June – 6 July | 11:00-18:00
Architectural Association WC1B 3ES

Projects Review is an exhibition showcasing and celebrating work by students at the Architectural Association.


Queering Femininity; Thinking walks and visual activisms in gentrified Soho
Cardiff Uni

22 June | 13:30 – 15:30
Building Centre WC1E 7BT

A workshop that will explore ideas of queering femininity in the context of Soho neighbourhood, opening a dialogue on Equity, Diversity and Inclusion, and on the impact of gentrification on Soho feminine/queer communities.

The workshop is informed by paired walks throughout Soho, followed by visual creative studies of the built environment through the media of selfie and urban photography and collage. Outputs will be exhibited in Soho Locations and BET as part of the event.


Save your energy! Family fun day
Building Centre

22 June | 12:00 – 15:30
Building Centre WC1E 7BT

A family fun day of interactive activities and poster making, centred on Mitsubishi’s ‘The Learning Curve’, designed to teach children about energy efficiency.

Family event

Reimagine career pathways into the built environment

26 June | 18:00 – 20:00
Middlesex House, WT1 4JE

As the first cohort of London PlanBEE students make the rounds learning and experiencing work in built environment practices, Ryder Architecture are delighted to mark this year’s LFA event with a celebration of the PlanBEE programme.

Talks and debates