James Edenborough

James Edenborough

James practices as a barrister and specialises in criminal and professional regulatory law. When not lawyering, he enjoys doing voice work and acting. Recent voice things include a voiceover for Indigenous People’s Cultural Trust group TribesAlive, newsreading for Kingston Association for the Blind, audio plays for Talk About Productions and a voiceover in 2013 Camden Fringe Comedy Stag Nation. Other acting work includes playing Generals Haig and Von Moltke in Oh What A Lovely War, who fortunately at no point had to be on stage at the same time. The rest of the time James is busy reading history, running, and, together with his better half, looking after the cat.

LOVE WANDSWORTH: I love the urban history of Wandsworth; I used to watch the dray horses delivering beer when I was growing up, but i’m not quite old enough to remember when Nine Elms station was replaced by Waterloo as the terminus for L&SW Railway, in 1848.