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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.
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These monthly events bring together a panel of experts, commentators and journalists to examine the top news stories. As well as analysing current affairs, the group will also be on hand to answer any question guests may have. The next session is titled...
In November 2013, the protests in Ukraine began peacefully but eventually, after much confusion and chaos, drums, bagpipes and European flags turned into bloody resistance. This screening will be followed by a Q&A with director Oleksandr Techynskyi.
Fri Feb 6:
In Morocco, the world's first female Muslim leaders are empowering women through the teachings of Islam and challenging the attitudes which breed extremism. This screening will be followed by a Q&A with director Rosa Rogers & producer Hilary Durman.
Fri Jan 30:
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In Morocco, the world’s first female Muslim leaders are setting out to change their country, empowering women through the teachings of Islam and challenging the attitudes that breed extremism. Through personal stories, family dramas and everyday lives,...