A ‘Made in Chelsea’ for the Borough Market brigade, C4’s amiable ramble through the lives of Britain’s young farmers introduces us to yet more telegenic soil-tillers facing the Sisyphian challenges offered by modern agriculture. This week we get to meet an 18-year-old cattle farmer who likes the odd pint (favoured nightspot: ‘Chicago Rox’); and a ruddy-faced young chap with a combine harvester fetish and a hotline to Prince Charles. Rounding things out are three brooding, warring brothers who look like Fleet Foxes in shit-flecked blue overalls, and who the producers are clearly hoping become a breakout hit with the ladies. All three strands are gently twanged until some form of problem or dilemma wobbles into view, but all are summarily resolved with little-to-no drama. Still, everybody’s very affable, and the whole enterprise serves as a welcome reminder that not every twentysomething in Britain harbours Nathan Barley-esque aspirations of becoming a marketing hotshot, a fully-synchronic media node or an advertising ‘creative’.
A subterranean cocktail lounge and DJ bar located beneath The Red Fort, on Dean Street. Expect Indian bar bites, signature cocktails and DJs playing late into the night. There's free entry, too.
Venue says: “Enjoy delicious cocktails, 2 for £12 in the heart of Soho, a perfect spot for after work drinks (Mon-Fri)”