After accidentally wandering into a specialist photography studio (run by ‘This Life’ star Daniela Nardini), the athletic and resolutely un-girly Shona is encouraged – ‘Miss Congeniality’-style – to go into modelling. Sure, it may sound hackneyed, but over 45 minutes, this set-up is used as a vehicle for some sharp Scottish banter, unexpected inversions of gender stereotypes and old Glaswegian ladies who pride themselves on ‘waxing their fanny twice a month’.
Add in Fay’s performance – hands-down the most exceptional dramatic role played by footballer since Jurgen Klinsmann’s retirement – and you have a cheeky, sparky and pleasantly unique comedy-drama.
This Camden branch of the Neapolitan pizza chain is located down Jamestown Road and is one of over 80 Rossopomodoro venues worldwide. Offering up classics, such as Arancini (deep-fried risotto balls), bruschetta and pasta. Their stretchy, traditional style pizza is made from flour shipped over from Naples and blasted in a mosaic-encrusted, wood-fired oven. There’s a good wine list showcasing some regional Italian numbers and a selection of cocktails.