Belinda loves exploring, and finds London is very good for satisfying this sense of adventure. Vintage A to Z in hand, she navigates the mysteries and surprises of the city the old fashioned way. She is particularly fond of finding (and photographing) random poetic graffiti, discovering new fringe theatres and the odd romantic graveyard (there is a particularly beautiful lion in Abney Park, Stoke Newington). A business news reporter by profession, the arts is a passion that Londonist and the city itself never fails to inspire.
Latest posts by Belinda L
Play exploring anti-gay laws in Russia packs powerful dramatic punch.
1950s classic ghost story comedy with a twist.
Flamenco reveals its heroic roots bt dispensing with the red dress. ...
A bulldozed Soho and a concrete clad Covent Garden?
A pop culture infused Jack for the tots of today.
Trace the history of a Bexley silk-making factory from 1800s to present ...
Djinns of Eidgah is a meaty play about division and violence in Kashmir.
Real drama and tragedy amongst the lives of child soldiers.