The documentary-makers’ rule of non-intervention is up for grabs here – there’s the sense that, possibly unintentionally, Alleway’s presence may have unblocked a latent discontent amongst the Hutterite youth. The result is a surprising, stirring and strangely beautiful climax as one community member strains against the stifling orthodoxy. There’s more contested religious mythology elsewhere on the BBC tonight as Ifor ap Glyn explores ‘Pagans and Pilgrims: Britain’s Holiest Places’ (8.30pm, BBC4).
There's a polo theme at this South Kensington bar and grill, with all manner of equine artefacts and ephemera providing the decor and a long-forgotten 1930s movie called Polo Joe providing inspiration for the name. It's not all about the fillies, though - the room's impressive centrepiece comes from the swooping wooden propeller from a Vickers-Vimy biplane. There's plenty of variety on the food menu, with dishes ranging from tuna tartare with avocado, chilli and lime salsa to steaks from the grill, wild garlic and morel risotto, corn-fed chicken with black truffle, caponata and basil oil, and roast duck breast served with spiced aubergine, chickpeas, savoy cabbage and duck confit. A detailed wine list focuses firmly on the old world, though bottles from California, Australia and New Zealand also feature. Expect, too, a range of classic cocktails, alongside bottled beers including Budvar, Birra Moretti, Brooklyn Lager and Greenwich Meantime Pale Ale.
Venue says: “Cool off with our new summer Gin & Tonic Menu at PJ’s Bar and Grill! Choose from 10 different G&T creations infusing botanical flavours.”