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
Welsh playwright's take on Jekyll and Hyde.
Rough-and-tumble show at the National.
Young Vic seeks comic origins of ultra-sentimental Russian classic. ...
A cruel, hot-tempered game... and its medieval precursor.
Restless, inquisitive drama in a blocked-off mineshaft.
Bombs and Butlins: the BT Tower's half century.
Rebecca West's novel gets musical treatment at Jermyn Street Theatre.
Qatar, Andrew Lloyd Webber, and possibly the Vatican.