Based on Hitchcock’s 1938 film of the same name, this 2013 incarnation of ‘The Lady Vanishes’ is a predominantly enjoyable affair, despite its obvious flaws. For starters, Iris is quite an irritating and unlikeable character, and the pacing is a bit off too. The denouement feels incredibly rushed, and certain elements of the story seem far too contrived. It doesn’t feel quite as tense or nail-biting as it should do either, but courtesy of some impressive performances and slick production, this remains a fairly entertaining Sunday night offering.
A fast food cafe beneath the railway arches, but this isn't fast food as you typically know it. Without Cafe is a completely vegan and gluten-free joint concerned with nutritious and healthy grub. There are eight different salads to choose from, including carrot and ginger and three-bean. Mains feature lasagne (with almond milk mushroom bechemel sauce), sausage rolls (with soya sausage), and sweet potato quiche. Those with a sweet tooth will be satisfied, too, with a huge range of cakes. Give your cup o' jo a twist with turmeric latte or sip on a smoothie.