There is always plenty going on in Fitzrovia from events to new openings to guest chefs to exhibitions.
For the past three years, Marcin has been working alongside cult chef, Sota Atsumi, at the hugely influential Maison Paris. Now flying solo on a mission to share his own style of hyper-seasonal, market-driven cooking, camera-shy Marcin will finally take centre stage with a multi-course tasting menu of globally-influenced haute cuisine that confirms his status as one of Europe’s most exciting young chefs.
Take your passion for Italian cuisine from the fork to the kitchen with Spaghetti House’s cooking Masterclass. Learn the art of making classic Italian dishes by hand under the guidance of their Executive Chef in the original Spaghetti House building on Goodge Street.
Head over to Cin Cin Fitzrovia for a spritz and canape event in collaboration with Regal Rogue vermouth, Santoni Amaro and 30/40 Double Jus to raise funds for two children’s charities, Motivational Army and Child.org Tickets are £35 including a spritz on arrival and canapes through the evening.
Fitzrovia Community Centre will be offering a summer play scheme for the first time, in partnership with ProTouch SA. The scheme is part of the government’s Holiday Activities and Food programme and is completely FREE to children who are eligible for Free School Meals aged 7-11 who live in either Camden or Westminster. There will be sports, games, arts & crafts, cooking and a trip every week. Lunch is provided. Places are limited and pre-booking is essential – children will not be able to turn up on the day.
The Cartoon Museum are super excited to be welcoming Aardman Animation to celebrate the Thirtieth Anniversary of Wallace & Gromit, The Wrong Trousers. Come and make your own Wallace & Gromit characters to take home with you, ably assisted by Will Harding – one of Aardman Animation’s own modelmakers.
Experience a transformative workshops designed for young artists, architects, and environmentalists alike. These hands-on sessions are tailored for children aged 7-12, fostering their curiosity about plant-based and eco-friendly materials. By merging the realms of art and construction, participants will create innovative artworks. The culmination of their creative endeavours will be showcased in an exhibition at the Building Centre in September. Join this adventure, where imagination meets sustainability.
This graphic short story focuses on maternity care, and how access to it is severely limited by rural disconnect, social unrest and environmental disaster. But at its heart, this artwork isn’t limited to the country it depicts. Chacha and Laito’s story is a testament to the lengths that a mother will go to protect her child wherever she may be from.