Fitzrovia

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Fitzrovia

(fɪtsˈrəʊvɪə)
n
(Placename) informal the district north of Oxford Street, London, around Fitzroy Square and its pubs, noted in the 1930s and 40s as a haunt of poets
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Much of Welsh literary culture had previously been focused on London - Thomas may have created the enduring fictional world of Llareggub, but he was arguably as much a Fitzrovian poet as a Welsh one.
From his Fitzrovian redoubt in London, the ugly-lovely Clydach Vale of childhood must have appeared to the successful Davies as a place washed by nostalgia of its more unprepossessing features.
The Fitzrovians revel in the glamour of a bygone era, from costume and performance to props.