Time Out says
Posted: Fri May 17 2013
The Frontline Restaurant grows much of its own produce on a farm in Norfolk, using this connection to dish up a British menu that includes seasonal and ethically sourced ingredients. Housed within the Frontline Club, a members' club that brings together a diverse group of people united by their passion for quality journalism, the restaurant is open to the public.
What's on at Frontline Club
This month we are pleased to team up with MUBI, a curated online cinema offering cult, classic, independent, and award-winning movies. We have combined our passions in presenting audiences with carefully selected films and have curated a double bill.
Fri Nov 28:
Things to do
In June 1978 Sir Harold Evans, then editor of The Sunday Times, risked imprisonment when he exposed the story of the drug thalidomide, which left thousands of babies with deformities in the fifties and sixties. 'Attacking the Devil' is a new documentary...