A enthusiastic satellite Londonist who lurks in the nether-regions of â€˜zone 10â€™, James hasnâ€™t actually lived in the city for two decades â€“ and as a confessed fanboy of both Ronnie Scottâ€™s and the Natural History Museumâ€™s dinosaurs, he is primarily here to be educated about the cityâ€™s lesser-known gems. Seeking an intellectual diversion from his job in political TV, he joined the site with the hope of holding forth on his beloved cultural trio: bands, paintings, and plays.
Latest posts by James FitzGerald
Canned south east London line superseded by Docklands development.
Globe show fixates on good and bad PR strategies.
One-man show argues for the art of dying over the art of lying. ...
Did an obsession with death help kids grow up faster?
How the flattest medium came to look surprisingly 3D.
Modern reworkings of morality tale prove that some things never change.
Thoughtful if chaotic play imagines the future for Bart, Homer and ...
Ed Young and Jess Farley limber up with an edgy and kinetic creation.