NoHo & Fitzrovia

Aritists and bohemian background, media villiage with run off from SoHo. Charlotte street / Oxford Street with amazing shops, resturants and bars for your staff to enjoy with or without clients.

NoHo in London is made up of the area extending several blocks north of Oxford Street between Great Portland Street and Tottenham Court Road, in the same way as London's SoHo is to the south of Oxford Street.

Fitzrovia was a notable artistic and bohemian centre from a period dating roughly from the mid 1920s until the present day. Amongst those known to have lived locally and frequented public houses in the area such as the Fitzroy Tavern and the Wheatsheaf are Augustus John, Quentin Crisp, Dylan Thomas, Aleister Crowley, the racing tipster Prince Monolulu, Nina Hamnett and George Orwell.

Another pub in the area, the Newman Arms, features in Orwell's novels Nineteen Eighty-Four and Keep the Aspidistra Flying and in the Michael Powell film Peeping Tom.