A few excellent recently discovered blogs to share with you:
Georgian Gentleman is written by Mike Rendell, whose recent book I reviewed here.
Discovering London by Peter Berthoud, whom I met on our recent Thames walk.
We would like to extend hearty congratulations to Songs from the Howling Sea for completing a London history song and video blog post every week for the past year, a staggering achievement, most entertaining, most enlightening.
Mark Blitzstein, Roland Hayes and the “Negro Chorus” at the Royal Albert Hall by Another Nickel in the Machine.
Wilton’s Music Hall Needs Help! by Caroline’s Miscellany, also covered by TheVictorianist, here.
Mydidee: from Tahiti to Deptford with Captain Bligh by Caroline’s Miscellany
The Taming of a/the Shrew by Dainty Ballerina
The loathesome and odious sin of drunkenesse by Dainty Ballerina
Nightmen by Lee Jackson
Where’s London’s oldest… outdoor statue? by Exploring London
Sir William Schwenck Gilbert by the Virtual Victorian